The newly appointed Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Shehu Mohammed, has announced plans to streamline the process for accessing drivers’ licenses and number plates to eliminate delays.

Speaking at a reception in his honor organized by the Alumnus of the College of Advanced Studies (CAS) Zaria in Abuja, Mohammed assured the public, especially residents of the FCT, that steps are being taken to address the long-standing issue of delays in obtaining these documents.

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Mohammed, who recently conducted a facility assessment at the FRSC office in the FCT, identified various causes for the delays, including internal, technical, and financial factors.

He has since convened meetings with technical partners and supervisors to find immediate and lasting solutions.

He emphasized that resolving the issues with number plates is a top priority for the FRSC, and he is committed to ensuring that the problems are resolved promptly.

The Corps Marshal also highlighted the FRSC’s efforts to reduce traffic accidents and enforce traffic regulations.

He called for the support of all Nigerians, especially motorists, in making Nigerian roads safer.

Acknowledging the support and recognition from the association, Mohammed expressed gratitude for the opportunity to reunite with his former classmates and colleagues, describing his appointment as a testament to God’s will.

He pledged to justify the confidence placed in him by President Bola Tinubu.

The Chairman of the Alumni association, Comrade Kabiru Shehu, praised Mohammed’s qualities as a brilliant, intelligent, and humble student, which he believed contributed to his success. He urged the new Corps Marshal to continue to strive for excellence in improving the organization’s operations.