Yuletide: FRSC boss lauds personnel, road users 

Yuletide: FRSC boss lauds personnel, road users 

The FRSC Corps Marshal, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, has expressed satisfaction with the general conduct, commitment and professionalism exhibited by FRSC personnel during the Yuletide special patrol.

 

Oyeyemi expressed the approval in a statement by the FRSC’s Public Education Officer, Assistant Corps Marshal Bisi Kazeem, on Saturday in Abuja.

 

He also commended the cooperation of the road users, saying that the excellent performances and positive impact recorded by the corps were directly tied to the high rate of compliance of the motoring public with the traffic rules.

 

The corps marshal gave the commendation after receiving briefs from supervisory officers deployed from the National Headquarters of FRSC to monitor the special operations nationwide.

 

Oyeyemi marshal also reviewed the entire processes and activities of the FRSC, urging the staff not to rest on their oars.

 

He expressed satisfaction with the general conduct and output of corps across the country, while conceding that there were some setbacks in the special patrol exercise.

 

He noted that some members of the motoring public were seen violating traffic rules, adding that the corps should rededicate themselves to giving enhanced service delivery.

 

He, however, warned those flouting traffic regulations to desist from such dangerous acts by complying with all road safety measures.

 

Meanwhile, Oyeyemi has applauded President Muhammadu Buhari and the Federal Executive Council (FEC) for approving the reviewed Nigeria Road Safety Strategy (NRSS) for the “Decade of Action Roadmap”.

 

He said that the document would facilitate the entrenchment of safer roads, safer road users, safer vehicles, enhanced post-crash care, among others.

 

“The NRSS is an important, noble and timely intervention instrument, which supports the process of entrenching the culture of safe use of Nigerian roads,” he said.

 

The FRSC boss urged the corps to brace to the challenges ahead, stressing that extra efforts and dedication were key to the realisation of the mandate of the FRSC.

 

Oyeyemi also advised the FRSC personnel to take issues of their health seriously by embarking on regular physical fitness exercise.

 

He urged them to visit the hospital for medical check-ups regularly, so as to enable them to detect on time any ailment that could undermine their health status.

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