In a video posted blogger Cyprian Nyakundi, several cars costing over 3 million each are seen parked in a police station with its registration plates plucked. The cars ranged from toyota land cruisers, range rover, volks wagen and mercedes benz.
This comes after NTSA announced a crack down on vehicles fitted with the 'modest' plates. The operation was launched after allegations were made that some of the vehicles were stolen while some which were destined to other countries were diverted.
screen shoot from video. Watch; https://www.facebook.com/152288288905060/posts/935912100542671/?app=fbl
The 'diverted vehicles' from an investigation done by the standard journalist, were destined for Kenya but as a way of evading taxes and import duty, the unscrupulous business persons provide incorrect information about the real destination of the consignment containing the cars to authorities.
Sample of the plates seized in a previous operation. (photo courtesy)
cars impounded in a previous operation. (photo courtesy)
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