Written by Austine ELEMUE

Bello backs computerized vehicle inspection in FCT

Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Malam Muhammad Bello, has thrown his weight behind the computerized vehicle inspection introduced by the immediate past administration as part of efforts to reduce road crashes on FCT roads.

The scheme when fully operational is aimed at identifying vehicles that are not road worthy

The recent endorsement of the scheme by the present FCT Administration was made known during a media chat with the Managing Director/CEO of Temple Resources Nigeria Limited, Mr. Segun Obayando.

He said that the scheme will eradicate crashes on FCT roads resulting from vehicular and mechanical deficiency. 

According him, "the incidence of full integration culminated in the resolve to enhance capacity in every sphere of our activity. This fact has thus led to re-strategizing, re-structuring and employment of different expertise, technical know-how in an attempt to actualizing and or bringing to fulfillment the task ahead." 

On the strategies adopted in carrying out the sensitization programme, he revealed that the firm will partner with the media.

"This in effect targets drivers, vehicle owners, commuters, travelers and so on. The mobile mass awareness campaign consist of highly trained multi lingua personnel capable of speaking English, French, Hausa, Gbagi, Yoruba, Nupe and the Igbo language, respectively.” 


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