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Friday, May 08, 2020

Rivers Government To Auction Vehicles Impounded For Violating Lockdown Order

Rivers Government has announced plan to auction vehicles impounded for violating the lockdown order and calls on public to place bids for the vehicles It has also asked it's Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice to auction all the vehicles






Paulinus Nsirim, the state's Commissioner for Information and Communications, in a statement on Thursday, said interested Nigerians should check selected Nigerian newspapers in order to place their bids.

The statement on SaharaReporters reads

 “Government will deal decisively with the residents of these areas if they are found to default again.
The Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice has been directed to auction all vehicles that violated the lockdown order.
Members of the public who are interested to buy the auctioned vehicles are to watch out for details in The Sun, The Nation and Vanguard Newspapers.”




Why auction their cars?that is wickedness please!!!
Impose heavy fines not sell their cars....Hisssss!!!

35 comments:

  1. This is all shades of wrong! Haba!!!

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  2. SDK most Nigerians are very stubborn and only learn with force or wicked punishment against them tbh

    The total lockdown and the details surrounding it was announced everywhere and even on this blog some BVs were complaining but still am sure they adhered to it....if the owners of the car were not out because of any emergency and they just defiled his orders for no good reason, then this will serve as a lesson to others and deter them for going out with cars, because no one wants to lose their priced car in such a way😩


    but if they had good reasons to be out driving then am sure he will show mercy and even fine them( i saw a video where he allowed a pregnant woman who he caught driving to go scott free, and he said it to her that she is lucky she is pregnant and her reason for being out were valid and she also had face mask)

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    1. I am not surprised at your comment. You have never owned a tyre.

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    2. U stay in one of the lockdown LGA. My place was completely quite. The gate to my close was not even opened at all. But people with waivers are moving about. My sis inlaw that stays with me,her company got them waivers so she goes to work. But as no public transport she is using my car. People are just stubborn.

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    3. Most of the waivers are fake! Deputy commissioner of police is clollecting 120k from companies to grant them fake waivers! Wike already said if he catches them, they will be dealt with. It’s only the office of the govt that approves and signs waivers for the essential services listed. But most people are stubborn. I pray they don’t impound your vehicle too. I heard Some trucks were intercepted carrying cows and over 50 northerners hidden in them. Wike says he’s auctioning both the cows and trucks! I support that because those Hausa people are very stubborn and they came all the way from Adamawa. How did they get to ph when almost all borders are locked? I heard they paid N1,500 to the security at the borders in rivers state and were apprehended by the youths at Rumuigbo and Wike has given them N5million. I’m sure everyone will sit up now

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  3. I do not think auctioning their cars is right.
    The country is difficult and frustrating enough. Is that the best he can do?
    Why not fine or detain offenders?
    Times are hard, these people shouldn't make it harder please.

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  4. The Emperor,
    That's too drastic and unfair 😒 not applauding wrong doing but there should be sanctions and fines ,
    Rather than auction the 🚗 .

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  5. Political amu robbers raising money for the next erections. 💩💩💩😏😏

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  6. wike is a big mediocre, what's the essence of locking people down without conducting tests? because no public test is conducted anywhere in P.H. Hw is flexing muscles with FG, FG will soon humble him, even the oil they are fighting for has no much value again.

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    1. my point too
      From all the conversations I've had with people in ph
      I doubt any form of testing is going on and this is my own worry.

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    2. Dede heard there's a testing centre in upth.

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    3. how then will someone get to upth when everywhere is locked down?

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  7. We are stubborn, atimes this kinda punishment fits us. People don't take things serious. If he allows them, they will call him weak Gov.

    He will equally auction cows too.

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  8. Let it be a deterrent to others, Stella. Not only the vehicles but the trucks that brought cows and some almajiri boys from the north.

    Will Germans go against the lockdown by government? Because everything is taken for granted here that's why things are the way they.

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  9. They should pls do same in lagos.

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  10. Going by the how most Nigerians do stronghead in everything, you can't blame Wike. Nigerians are stubborn so they need an equal hand. But I still feel that's too harsh sha, talmabout the financial state of the victims abi culprits.

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  11. Ha Wike! Why not ask them to pay a huge fine instead.

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  12. Place a heavy fine,not auction their cars,thats so wrong...

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  13. Wike is not even laughing with ndi Rivers state.. He also said he would demolish hotels that went against the lockdown

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    1. Increase where? Even the Dee well n dee bam crawled into their holes.

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  15. I really didnt want to comment on this,but having read contributions from bvs endorsing such action,I am compelled to make my opinion known with great thought.The governor is beginning to chew more than he can bite.He is being overzealous.How can one explain such an obnoxious idea of selling the cars of violators of the lockdown?I consider this act as callous,nefarious and devilish.We are so quick to make judgements in this country and act as though we are infallible.Lockdown!I have consistently made comments about this:it would not work here in this country especially when the appropriately measures are not in place.It would always meet a brick wall;so far hunger is pervasive in the country.Governor Wike should understand that God makes a leader and humans make a ruler:he has become too boastful and his actions reminiscent of the military era.He should be cautious of actions that would totally alienate him from the people that once loved him.This should not be encouraged,as its smacks of tyranny.You dont oppress your people.Let the spirit of mercy reign in his heart,because this is not how to be a leader.

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  16. Hope is he able to transfer title of those cars to the new buyers....or he intends to force the owners to transfer it to, which will be illegal and not a valid transfer.

    BUYERS BEWARE!!!!

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  17. @Mao akin,are you saying that when you err or wrong your father,he should cut off your arm because you are stubborn?

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    1. My dear, the fact is we are not taking this covid serious. These people know what Wike can do why daring him? I don't know why some people are not cooperating with the govt.
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  18. That's quite harsh
    But Nigerians are so stubborn,

    He should please tender justice with mercy

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  19. I'm not in support of auctioning the cars, let him rather impose fine

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  20. Abandoned property mentality

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  21. Wike is acting like an emperor. He is egocentric,very wicked and clueless. He is forgetting that he has less than 4years to leave the Brick house and Rivers state will still remain

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