As part of measures geared towards upscale of service delivery to taxpayers and motorists in Edo State, Chairman, Taskforce on IGR Hon. John Inegbedion today, met with Edo State Sector Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps, Corp Commander Henry Benamaisia and the Vehicle Inspection Department, Ministry of Transportation.

Speaking at the meeting, Hon. Inegbedion informed the Sector Commander of the Revenue Service’s request made to the National Headquarters of FRSC for an increase in number plates issued to applicants in Edo State.

He said the requested increased is due to the high demand from motorist and Edo’s strategic location as an automobile market, transportation gateway and hub in the South-South region of Nigeria.

He emphasized the importance of affixing issued number plate on duly registered vehicles as it has both security and safety implications for society.

Hon. Inegbedion however sued for sustained collaboration amongst stateholders and commended the efforts of the Head of Driver’s Licensing in Edo State A.B Bwarama, for his dedication and commitment in facilitating service delivery to applicants in the state.