Kaduna State Government says it has so far generated about N1.9million from violators of the lockdown order imposed to curtail the spread of the COVID-19 in the state.
The state’s Commissioner of Justice and Attorney General, Aisha Dikko, made the disclosure in a statement on Tuesday.
According to her, the money was realized out the fine slammed on about 605 lockdown culprits who were convicted between Thursday and Friday last week.
“About N1,909,600 was realized as fines from the convictions and 41 offenders were given community service,” the commissioner stated.
Mr Dikko, therefore, warned that the state government would start impounding vehicles, motorcycles and tricycles of the violators for auctioning.
“Violation of stay at home order and not wearing face masks attract a fine of N5,000 each. On the other hand, not maintaining physical distancing attracts a fine of N7,000.
”Unauthorised riding of motorcycles and tricycles during the lockdown, as well as driving motor vehicles, trucks and buses, attract N5,000, N10,000, N20,000, N30,000, N20,000 respectively, ” she stated.