This was the focus of the meeting the Vehicle Inspection Service, in conjunction with LACVIS, and the Motor Vehicle Administration Agency, MVAA, had with representatives of the Lagos State registered client representatives on August 13 2020, at the VIS Operational headquarters.
According to the Director Vehicle Inspection Service, Engr. Akin George Fashola, one of the agenda of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu is ‘Safer Roads’ and client representatives must drive this agenda through educating their clients/ customers to present their vehicles for the computerised vehicle inspection at any of the 18 LACVIS centres‘’.
This fact was amplified by the General Manager MVAA, Mrs Lape Kilanko represented by Mrs Olabisi Olowolagba. She stated that MVAA is desirous of having a lasting database whose integrity should not be compromised. She said the agency will ensure that all support is given to all relevant stakeholders to achieve a thorough database that is free from errors and ambiguity. This is against the backdrop of the numerous interventions carried out to achieve same aim in the past.
All facts were duly noted by the client representatives and as led by state chairman Mr Bamidele Olowoyo, as he promised members cooperation to achieve the aim of the meeting.