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Pictures: Nana Aba Anamoah's car has finally been registered at DVLA

deejmagnus 06/24/2020

Nana Aba Anamoah is finally free to spend the night in her home after her Range Rover has been registered by the Drivers and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA).

The General Manager of GH One Television received the Range Rover as a birthday gift with the registration number GR 2050 20 a few days later, another car popped up on the internet with the same number. According to the laws of DVLA, Nana Aba could have spent 12 months in jail for bearing another car's number.

The authorities in charge of the registration of cars have released a statement confirmed to the general public the car has been officially registered.

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The Divers and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) has registered the Black Range Rover Sports Un Vehicle (SUV), which are controversy on some social media platforms bearing the same registration number plate market GR 2050-20, affed on a white Nisan Rogue SUV.

Management can confirm that the owner of the Range Rover has required the anomaly. Meanwhile, the Authority is conducting further investigation into this specific matter and related issues of unauthorized acquisition of number plates.

The Licensing Authority wishes to inform the general public that it is an offense to drive vehicles with an unregistered number plate. The Road Traffic Act, 2004 (Act 683) Section 41(1) states that a person who uses or have a motor vehicle or trader not being an exempt motor vehicle on a road when particulars of the motor vehicle or trailer have not been entered in the register maintained by the Licensing Authority, corms a science and is liable for a summary conviction to a fine not reeding 250 penalty units or to imprisonment not exceeding 12 months or both.

As a regulatory Authority used with the responsibility to provide a regulated framework for an enhanced and effective administration of drivers and vehicles, we remain focused to ensure best practices for losing drivers and videos to promote road safety.

The general public is hereby advised to contact any DVLA offices across the country to use the proper procedures to register their vehicles or for any of our services and not transact business with unauthorized persons. They should also insist on their receipts after making payment at the banking hall in the premises of the Authority pannel

For further information and inquiries, Kindly log on to www.dvla.gov.gh or email [email protected] now or call 0302746760 or 0800160160 for Vodafone users only

Thank you




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Top Comments
GUEST_A9NxqnAzr · 06/25/2020
fake news....watch the grammar well
StephenDanquah_01 · 06/27/2020
Case die
GUEST_5l3VlZog6 · 06/25/2020
wick people always go wrong.madam be happy with ur car,they never want to see someone happy
KobinaAmeho_01 · 06/25/2020
Ghana dea

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