FRSC Deploys 20 Patrol Vehicles & Seven Ambulances In Kogi State

Eid-el-Kabir: FRSC Deploys 20 Patrol Vehicles, Tow Trucks & Seven Ambulances to Kogi State


Eid-el-Kabir: FRSC Deploys 20 Patrol Vehicles, Tow Trucks & Seven Ambulances to Kogi State
FRSC deployed to Kogi State

Eid-el-kabir: FRSC Deployed 20 Patrol Vehicles to Kogi State

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has deployed 20 patrol vehicles, seven ambulances, and tow trucks to highways in Kogi state to ensure free flow of traffic during Sallah celebration.

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The Kogi Sector Commander, Corps Commander, Stephen Dawulung, who stated this on Wednesday in a statement issued in Lokoja, said more than 700 FRSC Regular, Special Marshals, and Road Safety Club Members have mobilized for the special operation.

Eid-el-Kabir

“The deployed personnel and equipment for the special operation within Kogi is to enhance hitch-free and safe travels during the forthcoming Eid-el-Kabir celebrations.

“The broad objectives of this operation include reduction in road crashes, fatalities, injuries, prompt response to victims, sensitization of the public, speedy removal of obstructions and enforcement on critical offences, among others,’’ he stated.

He urged drivers to be disciplined and to obey road traffic regulations by avoiding unwholesome practices that could lead to crashes and fatalities.

He listed over speeding, overloading, use of phones while driving, riding motorcycles without crash helmets, non-use of seatbelts and child restraints as causes of accidents on Nigerian roads.

Other causes he listed are driving under the influence of alcohol or psychoactive substances and wrongful overtaking.

Dawulung added that the Special Patrol operation would start from Wednesday and end on July 13.

He advised commuters and the public to report crashes, obstructions or traffic jam to the nearest FRSC office or through its Situation Room numbers: 07054005754, 07054005712 08056294021/08056295022 and the FRSC toll free number 122.

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