According to them, this exercise will help them check for unregistered motorbikes and unlawful riding by motorists without original papers and even helmets.
They added that it is the only way to know the owner of a motorbike and this will enable them to check for motor thefts cases within the Yendi municipality.
They have this morning sought permission from the chief of Yendi to carry out an effective and peaceful exercise without the interference of the youth.
The police are however admonished by the chief to seize the motorbikes of those who would fall victim to this exercise and make sure that they get the necessary documents for them at a fee before releasing them to their respective owners.
The chief of Yendi also told the youth to obey the law and not to interrupt the police.
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