Kwara Police Gives 14-Days-Ultimatum To Claim Impounded Property.

Kwara State Police Command has sent a strong signals to all owners of impounded vehicles and motorcycles during the COVID-19 lockdown to come for collection of their items before the next 14-days to avoid being auctioned.

This is according to a statement signed and released by the command’s Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) Sp Okasanmi Ajayi on behalf of the Commissioner of Police.

“The Kwara State Police Command wishes to inform the general public of her readiness to clear all Divisional Police Headquarters and other formations within the state of all accidended, unclaimed exhibits including impounded motorcycles during the COVID-19 lock down/Curfew imposed by the state government.

“As such, owners of such vehicles and motorcycles are given 14 days of grace to come with the original documents for identification and collection.
“Also be informed that, after the expiration of the fourteen days ultimatum, all unclaimed items will be auctioned.
“The Commissioner of Police Kwara State Command CP Mohammed Lawal Bagega psc, also wishes to assure the good people of the state his determination to sustain the peace and security the state is known for, while advising the people to be vigilant and inform the police of any strange movement within their area.

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