On 20th June 2019, leaders of religious groups from both the Christian/Islamic faith gathered at the Ojodu Testing Ground, Ojodu Berger Lagos for an event tagged INTER-FAITH SAFETY SEMINAR.
This seminar is the first of its kind organized by Lagos computerised vehicle inspection service (LACVIS)/Vehicle inspection service (VIS) to sensitize the various clerics on the current mode of LACVIS operations and the issuance of the road worthiness certificate and how their members can take full advantage of these operations for their safety.
It establishes a set of ambitious and outcomes for the clerics who were anxious to know more about the computerised vehicle inspection service.
The event mirrors how much easier it has become for vehicles to be inspected with best practices at LACVIS centers set up by the state Government. This is to improve road safety by making mechanical failure less likely and ensure the roads are free of vehicles that are prone to breakdown due to poor vehicle maintenance.
Prince Segun Obayendo, the Managing Director LACVIS, urges the religious leaders present at the event to embrace safety and also preach safety to their followers by having their vehicles checked periodically or voluntarily at any of the LACVIS centres as they are well recognized in the country and should be part of this drive.
This way, they and other road users can be safe of the road.