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COVID-19: FRSC Closes Portal To Enforce Driving School Suspension

A file picture of FRSC Corps Marshal, Boboye Oyeyemi. Photograph: Twitter- @FRSCNigeria

 

 

The Federal Street Security Corps (FRSC) is to close down its Driving College Standardisation Programme’s portal over the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak within the nation.

FRSC Corps Marshal, Boboye Oyeyemi, ordered the rapid closure of the portal on Sunday.

The Corps Public Schooling Officer, Bisi Kazeem, who disclosed this in a tweet defined that the directive was to implement compliance with the order to droop driving college operation in Nigeria.

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He added that the choice was additionally geared toward additional discouraging the technology of driving college certificates for trainee-drivers by proxy.

The FRSC spokesperson stated the directive was a part of the Corps’ efforts to go with all measures already put in place by each the Federal and State governments to curtail the unfold of COVID-19 within the nation.

In accordance with him, that is essential to make sure that no driving college is presently present process any type of coaching for trainee-drivers.

See the tweets under:

CORONAVIRUS: CORPS MARSHAL ORDERS IMMEDIATE SHUTDOWN OF DRIVING SCHOOL STANDARDISATION PROGRAMME PORTAL AND TOTAL SUSPENSION OF DRIVING SCHOOL OPERATIONS.

— FRSC, NIGERIA (@FRSCNigeria) April 5, 2020

so as to induce compliance on the suspension of Driving College Operation in Nigeria and additional discourage technology of driving college certificates for trainee-drivers by proxy.

— FRSC, NIGERIA (@FRSCNigeria) April 5, 2020

and in addition confirm that no driving college is presently present process any type of coaching for trainee-drivers throughout the nation.

— FRSC, NIGERIA (@FRSCNigeria) April 5, 2020

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