PHOTOS: Osun Gov., Adeleke Inaugurates Vehicle Testing Service, Says It’s A Milestone For Road Safety 

Osun State Governor, Senator Ademola Adeleke has commissioned the Osun Drivers and Vehicle Testing Service in Oshogbo, which he says marks a significant milestone in the state’s transportation sector.

The governor, while commissioning the state-of-the art facility located in Ayepe area of the state capital said, “This is an historic continuation of our focus on the continuous and all-round development of every sector of Osun state. The transportation sector is not left out, as it is a very sensitive one that deals with human lives and must not be handled with kid gloves.”

Adeleke also emphasized the importance of ensuring road safety, stating that, this unit will ensure that only roadworthy vehicles ply the state roads, and only qualified drivers operate on the axis. 

“Through this unit, we will also ensure that our motorcycle riders are not infiltrated by criminals. As we commission this project today, we are taking a significant step towards ensuring the safety of our roads and the lives of our citizens.

“I am proud of this achievement and I commend the team that has worked tirelessly to make this a reality.” He stated. 

Also speaking at the event, the Managing Director of Computerized Vehicle Inspection Service, Prince Segun Obayendo extolled the giant strides of the governor which according to him have created an enabling environment in the state, making the actualization of the project possible.

The two-lane service center, capable of inspecting 150 vehicles per day, is a testament to the state’s commitment to road safety and development.

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