On Thursday, September 29, the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) will hold an auction at the Customs Warehouse in Kilindini for a large number of vehicles.
On Wednesday, September 28th, the authority declared through press release that it will auction off more than 500 vehicles, among other things, since they were deemed superfluous and unusable.
Among the vehicles are Toyota Prados, Land Cruisers, Mercedes-Benzes, Land Rover Range Rovers, and Audis, among others. Automobiles like the Suzuki Wagon, Subaru Outback, Mazda 3, and Toyota Hilux are just a few of the others.
In addition to automobiles, additional goods include food, clothes, medical tools, building supplies, furniture, electronics, and entertainment systems.
Learn the Ins and Outs of Bidding
Bidders who want to take part in Thursday’s auction must show up in person at the Customs Warehouse.
Afterward, they will be given a list of the costs of the cars and other merchandise. A banker’s check or cashier’s check in the amount of a refundable deposit per car type is required in order to be issued a bidding number.
The winning bidder gets to take home the car (or whatever else is up for grabs).