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Ghana’s Vehicle Licensing Scheme Has Gone Digital

by Caroline Vutagwa
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Ghana has introduced an online service delivery system; the body responsible for this is Ghana’s Driving and Vehicle licensing Authority (DVLA). This DVLA believes will help in reducing fraud and improve service delivery.

Well, this will not stop the manual system from functioning as DVLA plans keep it running until the end of September this year which they believe will be faced out.

The Acting CEO of DVLA, Rudolph Beckley, said applicants for driver licensing and new vehicle registration would be able to use the new platform from their homes and internet cafes.

The new platform has been installed in DVLA’s offices located in Accra, Tema, Weija and Kumasi and that the rest of the offices would be connected by the end of March.

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