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Road Fund CEO pays courtesy call on the Acting COMPOL

Road Fund CEO pays courtesy call on the Acting COMPOL

The Road Fund CEO Mr. Nkekeletse Makara has paid a courtesy call on the acting Commissioner of Police Dr. Mahlape Morai, at the Lesotho Mounted Police Service (LMPS) Headquarters yesterday.

During the visit, Mr. Makara said he saw it befitting to meet the acting COMPOL due to the relationship that the two organisations have, and to pave way for future meetings where critical issues concerning the country’s development will be discussed.

He said the Road Fund supports a number of initiatives that are implemented by the LMPS, mainly because of its mandate to ensure safety of road users on the country’s roads.

He indicated that Road Fund is eager to see full usage of the eSpot Fine System which it is supporting, not only for collection of revenue on road traffic offences, but to ensure that road users abide by the traffic laws, hence safety on the roads.

Mr. Makara concluded by indicating that the Road Fund holds stakeholder relations highly in its agenda, especially because in order to deliver on its mandate, the Road Fund depends on these stakeholders, as they influence and impact on its performance and delivery of results

On her part, Dr. Morai thanked the Road Fund CEO for finding time for the courtesy call, saying that it is a sign of commitment in as far as working relations between LMPS and RF are concerned.

She indicated that LMPS remains committed to working with the Road Fund to ensure law and order on the country’s roads, and to also collaborate in other areas such as further training of Traffic Police Officers so that they remain relevant to the task at hand.

LMPS is one of the collecting agencies for the Road Fund, they collect road traffic offences fines through the eSpot Fine System, which is now fully automated, through funding from Road Fund.

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