The Sector Commander, Mr Muhammad Husaini, made the disclosure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Osogbo.
Husaini said the figure was submitted to the commission by the state revenue board, the department responsible for number plates production.
He added that the figure covered number plates for cars, buses, articulated vehicles and motorcycles.
The sector commander said “the FRSC works in partnership with the state revenue board in registration and production of new number plates or upgrading of old ones by motorists.’’
He added that the FRSC was not a revenue generating body, so the duty of number plates production lied on the state under the supervision and co-ordination of the commission.
He, therefore, urged motorists to follow due process in number plate procurement and upgrading, noting that they could visit the command/commission for guidelines.