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“Previously, there were congestion problems at venues but today exams are done in an organized way which shows a big improvement by Traffic Police,” noted Gashirabake.
Paul Butera who was in charge of the Remera site said that e-registration helped in preparing the lists of those who would sit for the traffic test and publication of results.
Traffic Police Commander, Chief Superintendent (CSP) Celestin Twahirwa noted that driving tests were conducted in eighteen sites in different parts of the country.
CSP Twahirwa also noted that despite lack of congestion there were still a few challenges such as late payments, fewer people turning up for the traffic exams as well as having to conduct exams during the rainy season.
“We have managed to streamline operations and now Rwandans are enjoying our services but we still need to deal with a few challenges here and there,” said CSP Twahirwa.