The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has slapped a multi-million fine on a truck for overloading.
The truck, KeNHA said, had an overload of 24.7 tonnes and was fined Sh. 13.9 million.
In a media briefing at the Mlolongo Weighbridge Station, Senior Engineer, Kennedy Ndugire, of the Axle Load Control Unit, the Authority said that the fine was one of many that will be slapped on overloaded trucks.
“The overloaded truck has attracted an overload fine of Sh.13.9 million,” said KeNHA.
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“The truck was intercepted along Mombasa Road by a team from KeNHA Axle Load Enforcement Unit led by Senior Superitendent of Police John Gichohi, who heads the enforcement team”
KeNHA said that the truck had been fined under the East African Community Vehicle Load Control Act, 2016.
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