Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Kwara Command has said that over 5, 000 Drivers License were yet to be collected by their owners in the state.
FRSC Sector Commander, Sunday Z. Maku made this known in Ilorin on Wednesday in a signed press release made available to ROYAL NEWS.
“The Federal Road Safety Corps, Kwara State Command during her last count of unclaimed printed Drivers License at the Kwara State Internal Revenue Services, discovered over 5, 000,” Maku said.
The Commander therefore called on driver license applicants whose temporary license had expired to check their license at the Kwara State Internal Revenue office.
According to the Commander, FRSC has cleared all backlogs of unprinted licenses before issuing the press release.
“Applicants whose Licenses are among the printed ones are expected to collect the original within one week after the press release,” Maku added.
The Commander warned that after the expiration of the one week, expired temporary drivers licenses would no longer be accepted.
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