The fourth edition winner of the 2019 Big Brother Naija reality show, Mercy Eke has become a trending topic in all social media as of late due to the videos that she posted on her Instagram story. Mercy Eke has gained more attention ever since she posted videos of herself driving a Mercedes G-wagon vehicle.
Few hours after Mercy Eke shared these videos and became the talk of the town, she uploaded another video on her official Instagram story and I will like to share with you what I observed about the G-wagon that Mercy bought and her Range Rover car.
Looking at where I circled red in the picture above, you will observe that the Ranger Rovers and the G-wagon that Mercy recent posted have the same customised plate number and according to the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (IAATI) and National Road Traffic Regulation, it is an offence and unlawful for two vehicles to share the same plate number because Every number plate is assigned to a particular vehicle.
And looking at the pictures, you will observe the two cars have the same plate number(M Lambo) and according to my opinion, it is like Mercy switch the plate number. But with time, we will know if she is the owner of the G-wagon or she borrowed it for the main time.
See more pictures below:-
Is it possible for two cars to share the same plate number in Nigeria? Share your thoughts on this.
Source: Official_mercheke Instagram story
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