Yuletide: FRSC To Send 1,060 Officers For Traffic Control
As part of the plans to ensure a free Yuletide season, the Federal Road Safety Corps( FRSC) has said that no fewer than 1,060 Special and Regular Marshals, as well as medical officers, are to be sent for traffic control across Bauchi State from 17th December 2021 to 15th January 2022. INDEPENDENT reports.
This was contained in a statement, signed and presented to journalists by the Sector Commander, FRSC, Yusuf Abdullahi, tagged: “Operation Zero Tolerance to RTC”.
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“The FRSC will also be collaborating with the Federal Road Maintenance Agency to fix all bad segments of the highways and also clear obstructions on the road. The command has completed the preparation to ensure RTC free Christmas and New Year festival”. jamb results
“30 Medical Personnel, 300 Special Marshals, 730 Regular Marshals are well equipped and combat-ready for Annual Operation. Five Officers Marshals have already been posted to Fifteen LGAs of the state where FRSC formations are not available. They are expected to engage all stakeholders to ensure RTC free during the festival and beyond”. Information Guide Nigeria
“The collaboration with FERMA will be of great importance in fixing some of the bad segments of the Roads and also remove obstructions. Markets will be removed from Major High Ways using joint Tax Force, while FRSC operatives will ensure free flow of traffic”.