The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) has confirmed that the number plate on a Range Rover purported to have been gifted to Nana Aba Anamoah is fake.
This confirmation from the DVLA comes after a photo of another vehicle (a white Nissan Rogue SUV) with the same number plate (GR 2050-20) surfaced on social media.
According to a statement from the DVLA, the Nissan Rogue SUV has been registered and assigned with the registration number, while Nana Aba Anamoah’s Range Rover has not been registered.
“The Licensing Authority can confirm that the white Nissan Rogue SUV has been registered and assigned with the registration number in consonance with the Road Traffic regulation. However, checks in the system indicate that the Black Range Rover is not registered,” the statement read.
The DVLA indicated that it has commenced investigation into the issue and it “would not hesitate to bring the perpetrators to face the full rigours of the law”.
“We have consequently commenced investigation into the circumstance that led to the violation of the road traffic law in this case. The Authority would not hesitate in its efforts to bring the perpetrators to face the full rigours of the law as these infractions have security and safety implications to road users.”
The DVLA, however, advised the owner of the Range Rover SUV to visit any of its offices to regularise the process for a genuine registration number plate.
Read the full statement below:
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