The failure of the owners to pick up their vehicles from the Mombasa customs facility was cited as the reason for the decision to destroy the vehicles.
A 30-day deadline was provided to affected owners to file complaints against the directive or pick up their vehicles.
File image of many imported cars being destroyed in a warehouse
According to sections 42 and 248 of the East African Community Customs Management Act of 2004, notice is given that the following condemned goods must be destroyed on January 4, 2023, after thirty (30) days have passed since this notice was published, according to the Customs and Border Control Department.
Land Rover, Touring Wagon, various Subaru models, BMW, Harrier, Renault, and even Wingroads are among the other vehicles slated for oblivion.
Nissan, Mitsubishi, and Toyota models were also on the Customs Department's list of imported vehicles slated for destruction.
Tractors, pickup trucks, double-cabins, trucks, lorries, and pickups will all be destroyed.
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