Stop corrupt practices or get fired – DVLA Board Chair to staff
The Board Chairman of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA), Frank Davies, Esq. has warned staff of the Authority to eschew conduct that will taint the image of DVLA.
Adding that, staff found conducting themselves unprofessionally will be dealt with.
Mr. Davies sounded this caution on Thursday, January 27, 2022 in Akatsi during the commissioning of a DVLA office in Akatsi South Municipal in the Volta region.
“Permit me to use this occasion to caution our staff who have the intention to engage in unlawful acts that this board, on which I am chairman, will not compromise on that… You’ll be shown the exit and apprehended,” he said.
He further charged staff of the new office to give customers quality service and not be lazy.
Meanwhile, the Deputy Minister in charge of Transport and Aviation, Frederick Obeng-Adom, who was present at the ceremony, stressed the need for collaborative efforts to tackle “indiscipline” on our roads.
The Akatsi DVLA office is the fourth in the Volta Region and the 33rd in the country.
It is expected to serve clients from neighbouring districts including Keta, Akatsi North, South and North Tongu districts.
By: Albert Gooddays,
Volta Regional Content Manager,