Northern regional manager of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority Frank Gasese has urged the public to deal directly with personal of the authority and avoid the use of middle men popularly called goro boys to acquire registration.
He was of the view that, the goro boys take advantage of innocent people at the beginning of the year where many people are in a rush to register the vehicles.
“Thank God this year there is no mach pressure on us else the goro boys usually take advantage of in
Speaking to Diamond news in an interview, Frank Gasese said the Tamale office has initiated several security measures including mounting a directional map that will assist clients seek the needed service at the appropriate office.
“We have strategically libeled our offices just to indicate to our clients that when you enter the yard it is not any place you have to go you must enter where the logo is.”
“In addition to that, we have also erected a directional map which tells you when you enter the DVLA yard your client service is just by your right, the various offices and what they do are all on the map to help clients locate the appropriate offices, this is just to help our clients escape this goro boys.”
Some car owners at the DVLA office who spoke to Diamond news however complained of complicated processes during the registration.
Others lamented they have been at the DVLA office since Tuesday but could still not go through with their documents.
Countless vehicles floored the premises of the DVLA office in Tamale at the time of our visit awaiting registration.