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ChineseVirus-19: Oyeyemi shuts license centres nationwide, advises on use of online by-pass - ITREALMS

Following the lockdown directive by President Muhammadu Buhari on the Chinese Virus-19 also known as COVID-19 pandemic on Sun 29 March, 2020, the Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Corps, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi has ordered the shutdown of Driver's License database in Abuja with immediate effect, reports ITREALMS.

This, he said was in line with the President’s directives to lockdown, stressing that expectedly, the Drivers License Centres will not be able to process licenses for applicants nationwide.

"However, applicants can go via the by-pass mode to process for the license to be delivered after the lockdown period," says the Corps Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem, in a press statement available to ITREALMS.

He also revealed that the shutdown is aimed at sustaining existing endeavours already in place by the Federal Government to curtail further spread of the menace.

Kazeem quoted the Corps Marshal as saying that in the wake of the pandemic all DLCs should maintain maximum hygiene through provision of adequate water, soap and alcohol-based sanitizers at the Centres. ITREALMS recalls that the Corps Marshal had earlier advised applicants to avoid physical capture at this critical moment when the world is battling a common enemy (COVID-19), and explore the BY-PASS option which is the online processing of the National Drivers License without physical presence of the applicant at the DLCs.

It is therefore to be noted that the By-Pass option is applicable only to applicants who intend to renew their licenses not fresh applicants. This is hereby reiterated as part of the Corps’ concerted efforts to curb the spread of the global health challenge.

Accordingly, Kazeem added that the closure of the DLCs will not affect the Operational formations of the Corps as Operatives have been deployed to render required essential services in collaboration with other security and intelligence agencies at all levels to enforce both the Presidential and State Government's directives on restriction of movement and sit at home among others.

To this end, the Corps Marshal has notified the Chairman and Secretary of the Joint Tax Board about the effect of the temporary shutdown of the DLCs nationwide.

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