DVLA Permits Local Languages To Applicants Seeking For Driving Licences

The District Manager of the Techiman drivers and vehicle licensing authority in the Bono East region, Victor Ekow Takyi Sagoe has said the DVLA would add 5 more local languages to help new applicants who are not good at the English language to understand the subject matter they write about.

Victor Ekow Takyi Sagoe speaking to Nkyeremu News said study has proven that what matters most in driving are the road signs and skills in driving.

He said the addition of 5 local Ghanaian languages for the DVLA examination papers would help to promote individual work since there will be no need for interpretation.

This new rule according to the DVLA will be enforced before December 2020.

 

 

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