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Drivers and Vehicles Licensing Authority Govt to wean off DVLA from subventions

The decision falls in line with government's fiscal consolidation strategy which includes migration of government- subverted public institutions from government revenue.

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Government has taken a final decision to wean off the Driver Vehicle and Licensing Authority from government subvention.

The decision falls in line with government's fiscal consolidation strategy which includes migration of government- subverted public institutions from government revenue.

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Mr Noble John Appiah, Chief Executive Officer of the DVLA, who announced this in Sunyani last Tuesday, said

"All the necessary measures had been put in place to ensure that DVLA entered the phase of its development smoothly".

The DVLA will be expected to generate its own income to pay the salaries and emoluments of its staff as well as meet other capital cost of the institution.

The CEO, who was accompanied by some management staff of the authority, was in Sunyani to interact with staff of the authority and introduce himself to them after being appointed to head the authority last year.

“Now that we have been given the chance to go on our own, we should prove to the ggovernment we are capable to manage our own affairs”, Mr Appiah stated.

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