About 3,000 government vehicles have been re-registered by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) as of mid-March 2014. 

The re-registration of the government vehicles was in response to a directive by President John Dramani Mahama that all state vehicles be re-registered to ensure a judicious application of government funds.

The exercise also formed part of the government?s desire to prudently manage public resources.

Sources close to the DVLA told on Wednesday that, so far, about 11 ministries and their departments have had most of their vehicles re-registered  with green-background number plates, a GV prefix, the year  and a code identifying the ministry, department or agency to which they belong.

Some of the ministries are the Ministry of Transport, Youth and Sports, Interior, Fisheries and Aquaculture, Environment Science and Technology, Education and Tourism.

Source: Andrew Nettey

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