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Omission Of Engine Numbers On Vehicle Papers, Not An Offense – Delta Police Command

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Omission Of Engine Numbers On Vehicle Papers, Not An Offense - Delta Police Command

By Daniel Dafe

Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, Delta State, DSP Bright Edafe, has said that the omission of vehicle engine numbers on vehicle papers is not an offense.

The outspoken image maker who said this in a post on X on Saturday, added that “these are small omissions that can be overlooked.”

According to him, “in recent times, licensing offices have stopped including vehicle engine numbers on vehicle particulars.

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Continuing, he said that in search of answers to why this happens, he was told that in some vehicles, the engine numbers are difficult to find, hence the omission.

He quizzed: “Now how is that the fault of the owner of the vehicle?”

Furthermore he hinted that police officers in the state are aware of the position of the Command on this issue, saying that his post was to educate car owners and the public.

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