Tue, 16 Jan 2018 18:43 - Updated Tue, 16 Jan 2018 18:42
Police auctions over 400 seized motorcycles
Benguela - At least 490 motorcycles, which for more than 90 days have been seized in traffic units, for various reasons, will be auctioned in Benguela province, said Tuesday the provincial director of Traffic Department, superintendent - Chief António Ngussi.
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Motorbikes seized are auctioned
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According to the source, the sector that he runs, in coordination with the Provincial Finance Directorate, will carry out, during the current month, in all the municipalities of the province, the auction of the mentioned motorcycles that are parked in the traffic units.
The official said that prices are valued between 5,150 kwanzas, whose requirements for access to purchase should be the presentation of a photocopy of the Identity Card, commercial license in the case of companies, as well as the license to drive.
António Ngussi also indicated that the sale will be public and open to all population, whose priority falls to some state institutions and associations accredited, and payment will be made on time.
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