FRSC gets court order to forfeit abandoned vehicles, motorcycles in Benue

By Emmanuel Antswen

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) said it had obtained a court order to forfeit all abandoned vehicles and motorcycles within its premises in Benue.

This is contained in a press statement on Tuesday signed by the Command Public Enlightenment Officer, DCC Suleman Mohammed for the Sector Commander and made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Makurdi.

The FRSC stated that it relied on the provisions of its Establishment Act 2007 to obtained the interim order to forfeit all the abandoned accidental vehicles and motorcycles under their care in the state.

The statement noted that people should claim their cars or motorcycles or forfeit them.

Interested owners of all the abandoned accidental and impounded motorcycles should visit the various formations of the Federal Road Safety Corps where his/her accidental and impounded motorcycle is kept for identification, documentation and reclaiming.

Attend the Federal High Court to show cause why his accidental or impounded motorcycles or vehicle should not be forfeited permanently to the Federal Government through the Federal Road Safety Corps, it stated. (NAN)

Edited by Benson Iziama

Source: NAN News