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Police warn unregistered tricycle operators in Yobe

The Yobe State Command of the Nigeria Police Force has communicated they dishearten over the developing number of unregistered tricycles in the state.

The Command took steps to initiate a clampdown of blundering administrators, as indicated by laws. An announcement discharged Friday by the Command’s Public Relations Officer, ASP Abdulmaliki Abdulhafeez, read, “Yobe State Command has seen with terrifying, a large portion of the Tricycle (Keke Napep) Operators were not enlisted.”

The PPRO, along these lines, cautioned all tricycle administrators in the state to guarantee that they register entirely with the Board of Internal Revenue.

“The Operators are likewise encouraged to unmistakably utilize strong enrollment number on their tricycles for simpler recognizable proof,” Abdulhafeez exhorted.

In the meantime, the Yobe State Chairman of Tricycle Riders Association, Umaru Barau said that the Association has more than 5,000 enrolled individuals and they are endeavoring to illuminate individuals on the need to acquire authorized plates.

“The Association made it mandatory for all individuals to acquire and suitably set number plates on their tricycles for simple, recognizable proof when the need emerges,” Barau included.