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Imo Police to commence electronic verification of vehicle documents


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Worried by the influx of vehicles without proper documentation, the Imo State Police Command says it would commence verification of vehicle documents electronically, warning that security officials would arrest and make such offenders to face the wrath of the law.

The State Commissioner of Police, Rabiu Ladodo, urges vehicles owners to do the needful and update them electronically to ensure there are no fake or expired vehicles in their possession.

In a statement signed by the State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Orlando Godson Ikeokwu, the commissioner warned: “It has come to the notice of Imo State Police Command that a lot of vehicles that are plying the road are either not registered or their vehicle documents are fake or expired.

“In view of this, the Command wishes to inform the general public that the Electronic Vehicle Document Verification shall commence in the state to ensure that all vehicles that ply the road are properly documented and duly registered on the state platform.”

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