Okada carrying passengers to be destroyed in Kano State
Kano – Just after the banning of motorcycles popularly known as Okada in Kano State, a strong warning has been issued that any motorcycles found carrying passengers within the state would be arrested and the motorcycles would equally be destroyed.
This was contained in a statement signed on Thursday, in Kano, by the state police command and signed by the state commissioner of Police (CP) Mr Ibrahim Idris, a copy of which was made available to the Nigerian Tribune.
The statement stated that a task force has been formed comprising the Police, Joint Task Force (JTF), other security agencies as well as state established organisations such as Hisbah, Vigilante group and Karota, and had been jointly directed to enforce this ban with effect from January 24, 2013 by 6 a.m.
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