The Driver and Vehicle Licens-ing Authority (DVLA) is partnering the Judicial Service to make sure that drivers whose licences were revoked don’t achieve get right of entry to to new ones, Mr Kwasi Agyeman Busia, Chief Executive of the DVLA, has mentioned.
He defined that there have been events the place drivers who had their driving force’s licence revoked via the courtroom controlled to get new ones on the blind facet of the DVLA.
Mr Busia mentioned this when control of Street Sense Organisation (SSO), a Non-Governmental Organisa-tion specific about problems with street protection, paid a courtesy name on him and donated one hun-dred reflective vests valued at $45,000 to the DVLA in Accra on Wednesday.
He mentioned with the mixing of database throughout the two organ-isations, such licences can be detected and flagged out.
Mr Busia mentioned the printing of licences have been centralised, and cautioned the general public towards enticing the products and services of center males referred to as “Goro Boys” within the strategy of obtaining a licence and different products and services.
“Customer service had been improved and service have been made easier and flexible, so there’s no need to seek the services of the ‘Goro boys’,” he added.
He cautioned the middlemen to desist from such act, including that the ones discovered culpable can be arrested and prosecuted to function deterrent to others.
He counseled SSO for the sort gesture, pointing out that it might pass some distance to lend a hand them within the discharge in their tasks.
“The donation is timely, as we approach the Christmas festivity, we would use them during our operations,” he added.
He confident control of SSO that the vests can be used for his or her supposed goal.
Mr Busia known as on stake-holders within the shipping sector to collaborate in making sure that street crashes had been decreased within the nation.
“We need the help of every-body, including drivers, organisa-tions, until we get zero digit, ” he added.
He confident the general public of DV-LA’s dedication to making sure that there used to be sanity at the roads.
The attorney of SSO, Mr Chris King, who made the donation, stressed out the desire to make sure that street protection at the roads to offer protection to lives and homes.
He mentioned street crashes affected the financial system and human useful resource of the rustic and known as at the public to make street protection a concern.
Mr King counseled the control of DVLA for his or her contribution to street protection over time and pledged to collaborate with the authority on street protection.
Author: Ghanaian Times