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How to Obtain Tinted Glass Permit from Nigerian Police Force

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How to Obtain Tinted Glass Permit from Nigerian Police Force.

Did you purchase a vehicle with tinted glasses? Are you thinking of tinting some or all the glasses fitted in your automobile? Then this article is a must-read for you. Learn more about tinted glass permit application from Nigerian Police Force here.

How to Obtain Tinted Glass Permit from Nigerian Police Force

Tinted Glass Permit from Nigerian Police Force

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According to the Nigerian constitution, tinted glass permit is required legally if you are driving around in a tinted glass vehicle. However, this permit can only be given on two grounds, according to the law.

The first is on the grounds of security reasons and the second is medical reasons. On security grounds, some offices or agencies are allowed to drive around in tinted glass vehicles. So, if you need to get a tinted glass permit, you have to tender either of these two reasons beyond reasonable doubts.

Also note that – only the Inspector General of Police has the authority to issue a Nigeria police tinted glass permit.

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The use of a tinted glass vehicle without a permit is an offence punishable by law. The law binding the use of a tinted glassed car in Nigeria is known as The Motor Vehicles (Prohibition of Tinted Glass) Act. The act is to prohibit anyone from tinting or treating any glass fitted in a vehicle in a way that makes the person or material inside the car invisible or obscure. The section 1 of the act states that:

“Except with the permission of the appropriate authority designated for the purposes of this Act and for such good cause as may be determined from time to time by the appropriate authority, no person shall cause any glass fitted on a motor vehicle to be tinted; or shaded; or coloured lightly or thickly; or darkened; or treated in any other way, so that the persons or objects in the motor vehicle are rendered obscure or invisible”.

The law recognizes that there are some vehicles brought into the country with the glass already tinted. The laws states in section 3 of the Motor Vehicles (Prohibition of Tinted Glass) Act that anyone who imports a vehicle with tinted glasses into the country is allowed to change the glasses within a period of ninety days.

Anyone who decides to drive around in a tinted glass vehicle without a permit is committing an offence. The penalty is a fine of fifty thousand naira or a maximum of six-month imprisonment or both.

Benefit of Tinted Glass on Vehicle.

1. Fade Reduction – Your car is a valuable asset that you want to last as long as possible. Having window tinting professionally installed on your vehicle is a great way to protect your investment. Window film blocks harsh sunshine that can fade upholstery and discolor leather and vinyl.

It protects car interiors from cracking and warping to keep your car looking newer longer. Window tinting also blocks windshield glare to decrease eye fatigue from direct sun and bright nighttime headlights.

2. UV Ray Blockage – Car window tinting can block up to 99% of the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays that can accelerate skin aging and cause skin cancer. Even clear window film or a light tint can block out both damaging UVA and UVB rays. Research shows that 53% of skin cancers in the U.S. occur on the left side of the body, which correlates to the driver’s side of a car. For people who drive for extended periods of time, window film protection provides a critical advantage to safeguard against this risk.

3. Solar Heat Rejection – If you’ve battled finding the right level of air conditioning for all of your passengers, window tinting can help resolve that dilemma. Depending on the grade, window film can block anywhere from 35-65% of the solar heat that builds up in a car. You can balance climate and comfort for everyone and cut down fuel consumption from air conditioning overuse.

4. Shattered Glass Protection – The safety benefits of installing window film on your car cannot be underestimated. Window film is designed to keep glass from shattering if an object hits it. In the event of a car accident, passengers are protected from flying glass shards and from being ejected through windows. Additionally, thieves will find it difficult to break through tinted glass and get into your car.

5. Privacy and Security – Window tinting comes in a wide range of shading to provide a level of privacy for you and your passengers as you go down the road. When you park the car, you can walk away and know that prying eyes cannot see your valuables inside.

How to Obtain a Nigerian Police Tinted Glass Permit.

If you need to obtain a tinted glass permit, follow the steps below:

1. Go to the official web page of the police tinted permit at http://npf.gov.ng/tinted/. Fill out the application form to get an Application ID.

2. After obtaining you Application ID, you need to log in with your registered email and the Application ID generated.

3. After logging in, complete the biometric form and enter the complete details of the vehicle for which you are obtaining a tinted glass permit.

4. Print out the completed form and take it to any Police Command to capture your biometric and collect your tinted permit certificate.

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In summary, the Nigeria police tinted glass permit doesn’t cost much to obtain. So, if you are driving around in a tinted glass vehicle or you are planning to, please comply with the law. This will prevent you from going through any kind of harassment from the police. Always drive safely.

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Nigerian Army Threatens To Deal Decisively With Political Thugs In Niger Delta – Lifestylenaija | Breaking Celebrity Gist | Lifestyle | Entertainments

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The Nigerian Army has warned that it would deal decisively with any political thugs that disrupt activities at polling centres during Saturday’s rescheduled general elections in the Niger Delta.

In a statement issued on Tuesday, the Deputy Director Army Public Relations Colonel Aminu Iliyasu, said the warning follows information made available to the headquarters, 6 Division of the Nigerian Army, of a plan to perpetrate crime in some areas in the Niger Delta region.

Iliyasu said, “Credible intelligence available to Headquarters 6 Division Nigerian Army (NA) has uncovered an unholy plan by some political actors within its Area of Responsibility (AOR) to arm and sponsor miscreants in addition to using military-like fatigue dress for deception to cause pandemonium at polling stations for their political gain.”

According to him, “covert efforts are on-going to track the source of the weapons and the agents involved in conjunction with sister security agencies”.

The army spokesperson further stated that anyone found disrupting the electoral process would be dealt with according to the law.

While assuring the people of adequate security for the people of the Niger Delta region during and after the elections, the General Officer Commanding (GOC) 6 Division, Maj. Gen Jamil Sarham, thanked the people for what he described as their cooperation and assistance to the Division, particularly in the area of information dissemination.

The warning from the army follows President Muhammadu Buhari’s order to security agencies to “deal ruthlessly” with ballot box snatchers during the general elections.

The order which the President on Monday said he gave, has triggered outrage among Nigerians, especially from the leading opposition party, the Peoples Democratic Party, which has described the comments as insensitive.

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No Commissioner Or Director Was Arrested, Says INEC Boss – Lifestylenaija | Breaking Celebrity Gist | Lifestyle | Entertainments

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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has denied the report that one of its national commissioners was arrested by security operatives.

INEC Chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, faulted the claim during a briefing on measures put in place by INEC towards conducting credible elections after the polls were shifted.

“No Commissioner of the Commission was picked up by any security agency,” he said in response to a question on the report on Tuesday in Abuja.

“No house of any Commissioner of INEC was raided,” Professor Yakubu added. “No any Commissioner of INEC has been picked up by the security agency.”

The INEC boss disclosed that the commissioner whose name was being circulated in the social media was in his office at the time when he gave the briefing.

He also condemned the report that six directors were picked up by security operatives, stressing that nothing of such happened.

Professor Yakubu further cautioned politicians against speaking in a manner that would overheat the polity and political atmosphere.

Earlier, he offered his regrets over the postponement of the elections and assured Nigerians that the electoral body under his leadership was working towards conducting credible elections.

As part of measures to ensure that the polls were conducted on the rescheduled dates, the INEC boss revealed that all materials including ballot papers and result sheets were already at the expected locations across the country.

He also said Registration Area Centres (RATs) for the elections would be activated by 9:00am on Friday across the nation.

Professor Yakubu, however, warned officials of the commission and ad-hoc staff against going late to their duty posts.

“Personnel and materials should be at the RATs by mid-day on Friday,” he said.

“Personnel and materials must arrive at the polling units latest 7:00am on Saturday 23 February 2019, and the opening of polls nationwide will take place at 8:00 in the morning on Saturday 23 February 2019.”

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‘You Have No Role In The Conduct Of Elections’, Atiku Tells Military – Lifestylenaija | Breaking Celebrity Gist | Lifestyle | Entertainments

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The Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, says the military has no role to play in the conduct of elections.

He said this on Tuesday during the party’s NEC meeting in Abuja, while responding to comments made by President Muhammadu Buhari’s on the snatching of ballot boxes.

 

Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, speaking during the NEC meeting in Abuja on February 19, 2019. Channels TV/ Sodiq Adelakun

Speaking at the APC caucus meeting on Monday, the President had ordered security agencies to “deal ruthlessly” with anyone who attempts to snatch ballot box during the rescheduled general elections.

Atiku, however, believes that the president’s order is a result of his desperation to remain in power.

He, therefore, adviced President Buhari that his ambitions should not be worth the blood of any Nigerian, while also reminding the military that their duty remains to protect the nation.

Atiku said, “You will recall that during the Peace Accord process, I stated in clear terms, quoting form former president Jonathan Goodluck, that my ambition is not worth the blood of any Nigerian.

“That man is a great man.

“Today I call on President Buhari to make that same commitment to the people whose mandate he holds, while also urging all security agencies to uphold our Constitution with an understanding that voting is a civil activity and civic responsibility.

“The Nigerian military is constitutionally responsible for protecting our territorial integrity and national borders and has no role to play in the conduct of elections.”

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