The Kebbi Police Command has mandated the detention and prosecution of anyone found driving an unregistered car, wearing tinted glasses, or using an unauthorized siren.
This information was provided to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Birnin Kebbi on Friday by SP Nafi’u Abubakar, the command’s public relations officer (PRO).
According to Abubakar, CP Samuel Musa, the state’s commissioner of police, issued the warning to Birnin Kebbi’s populace.
He said: “The Kebbi State Police Command wishes to remind members of the public that the order for the war against abuse of diplomatic number plates, use of unregistered vehicles and covered number plates, unauthorised use of siren and tinted glasses is still enforce.”
The commissioner said that he had previously given orders to his divisional police officers (DPOs), area commanders, and tactical commanders to crack down on any misuse of such orders.
He confirmed that the aforementioned officers had received instructions to arrest and punish violators, seize their vehicles, sirens, and false private number plates.
The commissioner pleaded with the people of the state to refrain from disobeying the order since anyone discovered doing so will face appropriate punishment.