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FRSC clears air on driving licence delay


The Federal Road Safety Corps has cleared the air on several complaints about the delay in the issuance of driving licence.

It said its attention has been drawn to complaints from applicants whose details had been captured in its database and issued temporary licences but were yet to receive their permanent driving licences.

The Corps Public Education Officer, Mr. Bisi Kazeem, said after investigation it was discovered that most of the licences had been dispatched from the print farm and ready for collection at centres of actual capture.


“While some do not actually check, some are told at the points that they are not ready and therefore resign to fate,” he added.


Kazeem advised that any applicant facing similar challenges should text his/her licence number to 08150654567 and 08058298826 to ascertain the status of the driver’s licence or at most, call the numbers.

He said the Corps Marshal, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, further assures the motoring public of the Corps’ commitment to continually meet the demands of the applicants despite the fact that it is not the duty of the FRSC to distribute such licences.

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