March 27, 2023
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The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA), says it will deal with officials who were implicated in a recent Corruption Watch exposé.

In a statement following the airing of the documentary across some Multimedia Group platforms, the company said it will commence investigations into the exposé and bring the perpetrators to book.

The documentary, titled “Money over Human Lives” which focused on Driver Licence acquisition processes at the DVLA, revealed some rot in the process.

In this regrard the DVLA says it has “taken keen interest in the said documentary and the various procedural breaches it highlights”.

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“In this regard an official request has been made to Multimedia for a copy of the unedited version of the documentary for review and follow up action”, portions of the statement added.

“We wish to assure the general public that any employees found culpable of these alleged infractions would be severely dealt with in accordance with the Authority’s internal disciplinary processes

Any actions/ inactions that bother on criminality would be referred to the Ghana Police Service for the necessary action to be taken”, the statement concluded.

source myjoyonline

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