Former DVLA boss passes fraud-worthy test

The former head of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) has been declared fit to continue driving national resources into private pockets after passing a rigorous fraud-worthy test.

The test, according to officials, is aimed at ensuring that all senior officials plying the corridors of power are “adequately fraud-worthy to ensure the safety of other plunderers and looters of the taxpayer’s money.”

Justice Amegashie received the pass certificate after Parliament’s Select Committee on Transport expressed satisfaction with his role in the “clerical error” which led to a $6.3m jump in the cost of producing drivers licenses.

The former DVLA boss will now be issued a fraud-worthy sticker with the mark ‘F’, indicating his fraudster status and the motto “To err is human, to loot is amoral.”