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BREAKING: VIO impounds 408 vehicles for traffic offence in Kano

Vehicle Inspection Officers (VIO) in Kano impounded 408 vehicles for suspected traffic offences from January to December 2023.

Mr Hassan Garba, the VIO state’s Director of the Road Traffic Department, said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday in Kano.

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He said that two drivers were arraigned in court for using expired driver’s license, out of the 408 suspects.

“Some of the offences by the motorists are failure to update vehicle particulars, operating with expired driver’s license and failure to meet with roadworthy requirements.

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