ABUJA – Mrs Susan Ajenge, the Sector Commander, Federal Road Safety Commission, (FRSC) in the FCT, said more than 10,000 Driver’s Licences were ready for collection.
Ajenge said this on Thursday during an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja.
According to her, some new applicants are reluctant to pick their licences because the temporary ones remain valid until the permanent licences are produced.[pro_ad_display_adzone id=”10″]
“A good number of applicants are usually interested in processing their driver’s licence up to the point of collection of the Temporary Driver’s Licence, but are reluctant to come and pick up the permanent licences.
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“Our officers make phone calls to people to come and pick their licences while we also tell them to come back if they don’t get our call in three months after data capturing.
“More than 10,000 licences are now waiting for collection in FCT between FRSC headquarters in Zone 7 and VIO headquarters, Mabushi,” the sector commander said.
NAN reports that FRSC and VIO designated offices in all states of the federation issue permanent licences to applicants after collecting the temporary ones. (NAN)