Rep. Kolubah Advocates for Grace Period for Monrovia Motorcycle Riders

May 16, 2024 - 07:14
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Rep. Kolubah Advocates for Grace Period for Monrovia Motorcycle Riders

By: Benjamin Keibah 

Monrovia: Yekeh Y. Kolubah, representing District 10, Montserrado County, has called upon the Liberia National Police to grant a one-month grace period to motorcyclists in Monrovia for obtaining necessary documentation, including insurance and registration.

In an interview via mobile phone, Rep. Kolubah highlighted the unexpected nature of the enforcement of these requirements, expressing concerns about potential tensions between motorcyclists and law enforcement.

"Allowing motorcyclists a month to arrange their paperwork would mitigate conflict and ensure compliance with the law," stated Hon. Kolubah. "This transitional period is vital for a seamless adjustment and to preserve peace on Monrovia's streets."

He appealed to Police Inspector General Gregory Coleman to consider this request to prevent unrest and to assist riders in achieving legal compliance without undue pressure.

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