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Don’t drive any of your vehicles with expired documents within Ikeja

Don’t drive any of your vehicles with expired documents within Ikeja environs especially the Alausa secretariat. They are special cameras mounted to capture plate numbers, read their vehicle details and charge them where a default exist. A text message will come to your phone requesting you to pay the fine within 7days or the car will be impounded. Each offence is N20,000. Yes, they are using Secretariat to test run the system. Eventually its going to be installed allover Lagos. At least one will pass through area like Oshodi, Ikeja, Agege (when completed), VI, Lekki, Ajah, Marina, Ikorodu, Epe, etc. At all these areas , these system will be installed. No matter how fast you are, the camera will pick your number. More money for Lagos, Let’s do the right thing at the right time. Always check your particulars and renew when due.
The next stage will be direct debit to your bank account. No vehicle will be registered or renewed without the owner’s bank account. That is what they operate in South Africa. Now, police won’t be disturbing and checking particulars”

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