In its effort to further improve the driving skills and provide safety consciousness amongst professional drivers and the motoring public, the Lagos State Drivers Institute (LASDRI) recently commenced its annexe operations office at Ojodu Berger.
While fielding questions from newsmen at her OsOjodu Bergerhodi Office, the General Manager of the Institute, Mrs. Afusat Tiamiyu, disclosed that the new office was established to ensure accessibility of the Institute’s operations to the motoring public.
“Opening an annexe office at this location is to respond to the yearnings of the applicants of the Institute and also ensure that the agency’s platform is accessible to the motoring public who require our services”, she said.
Asserting that the location of the new annexe at the Vehicle Inspection Service (VIS) headquarters, Ojodu Berger, will improve synergy and cooperation among State traffic management agencies, Mrs. Tiamiyu explained that the scope of LASDRI services is not only limited to its five training centres across Lagos, but the agency also makes provision for corporate organisations who require that training programmes be conducted on their premises.
The General Manager revealed that recent training and advocacy programme in motor parks and garages across the State has resulted in improved sanity and safety on Lagos roads, pointing out that the Agency has conducted recertification programmes for over 47,000 drivers in the last one year.