By Theodore Opara

LAGOS—The Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, has said it has not suspended the production of Customised National Drivers’ Licence in Lagos State as reported in the media last week.

FRSC made this known in a statement made available to Vanguard by Mr. Danjuma Aliyu Garba, Assistant Corps Marshal, and Zonal Commanding Officer, FRSC.

According the statement, “about 250 applicants are attended to daily, after the compulsory lecture for applicants in FRSC premises. At no time has the production of Drivers’ License been suspended.

“The 11 Information Processing Centers, IPC, in Lagos and Ogun states are working assiduously to provide adequate service delivery to Nigerians. For instance, in the month of August, 2010, Lagos State Information Processing Centre produced 2,694 drivers’ license. However, use of Driving School Certificate for processing the Drivers’ License has been temporarily suspended.”

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Comment by Prince Oyedemi Timileyin Eniola on October 12, 2011 at 11:58pm
Is it true? Wat about Osun State!

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