JUBA – South Sudan National Police Service has launched a massive crackdown and impounds vehicles or motorbikes without legal documents or plate numbers.
Police spokesman Maj. Gen. Daniel Justin Boulo revealed that the police leaders directed the traffic police and other organized forces to start cracking down on all cars and motorbikes without number plates including those that only have single plates.
“This order is to inform the general public that traffic police is directed to crackdown and impound any vehicle or motorbike without legal document or plate number and legal measures will be taken accordingly,” Gen. Justin told reporters in Juba during a press conference on Friday.
Gen. Justin disclosed that the operation will continue as long as there are vehicles and motorbikes without plates.
“We have observed with concern that many road users are driving vehicles and motorbikes without number plates or with one number plate and others even cover their plate numbers,”
He said that this unlawful act has led to an increase in the number of road accidents.
“We strongly advise road users to strictly adhere to this order as directed to avoid any inconvenience from 20th August,” he said.
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