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Police Stops Impounding Motorcycles in Traffic Violations
Published on 9-01-2013 - at 04:31' by IGIHE

Rwanda National Police has said it will no longer confiscate Motorcycles that violate traffic rules within a period of a one month as it was before.

The Police made the remarks yesterday during a meeting with Motorcyclists in Kigali City.

The new decision says Motorcycle owners will have to pay fines depending on the mistake committed and release their motorcycle immediately.

However, Police said although the punishment reduced, Police will continue to sanction all of those who will violate traffic rules.

The Mayor of Kigali City Fidel Ndayisaba asked motorcyclists to ensure body hygiene as well as having hygiene facilities for passengers.

Nzitunga Evode, representing Motorcycle operators said they are ready to comply with the new changes.

The Association of Motorcycle operators in Rwanda has amassed Capital of about Frw700 Million.

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