Drivers’ licence: MVAA vows to curb menace of touting
THE Management of Motor Vehicle Administration Agency (MVAA) has once again reiterated its commitment to eradicate touting and other forms of malpractices in the issuance of the Unified Driver’s License (UDL) in all the processing points across the State through its cashless operational policy.
In a statement signed by the Head of the Corporate Affairs of the agency, Mrs. Famakinwa I.O, all payments by the applicant is to be made through any of the following banks – UBA, FCMB, ECOBANK, First bank and Sterling bank.
The agency warns its staff that under no circumstance should they charge or collect any payment from any applicant in the course of processing their driver’s License as such act is against accountability, transparency and probity drive of the current administration.
Motorists were equally advised to obtain genuine Drivers License and other vehicular documents from the various MVAA Stations across the State.
Applicants were urged to desist from engaging touts to avoid procurement of fake documents. The process of obtaining these documents has now been made easy and less stressful.
Famakinwa said presently, the agency is saddled with huge number of unclaimed permanent Driver’s Licenses about 50,000.
She advised applicants to come and collect them from the stations where they were processed without further delay.
According to her, the Motor Vehicle Administration Agency is committed to providing quality service to the general public always.
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