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FRSC urges Special Marshals to remain Committed in traffic management

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...calls for minimum speed limit during rainy season

By OLALEKAN AYENI --- The Idiroko Unit Commander of Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) ACC Akinwunmi Olaluwoye has urged the Special Marshals, the second arms of the agency to continuing discharge their duties with fairness, transparency and in the fear of God.

He commended the Special Marshals for the roles they have been playing enabling the agency to achieve its goals as the Nigeria's leading Traffic Management.

He reaffirmed the agency’s commitment to humanity service, saying this would continuously achieved through the support and committment of Special Marshals towards road safety programmes.

ACC Olaluwoye, disclosed this yesterday, April 22, 2021, while addressing the newly elected executive officers of Idiroko Unit Command's Special Marshals. 

He urged the newly executive officers to use every power conferred on them to add value to the FRSC both in the state and the zone, while wishing them well in their voluntary service to humanity. 

The Unit Commander also urges motorists to eschew excess-speed during this rainy season to minimise road mishaps.

According to him, "rainy season begins from March to November and every vehicle owners are expected to consider very necessary every precautions that could further prevent road traffic crashes during the wet period.

“The effects of overspeed cannot be over emphasised because it kills faster than deadly diseases that someone can  imagine.

"Every vehicle components - brake, head lights, rear lights, trafficators, wipers, tyres are expected to efficiently working well during the rainy season and beyond."

ACC Olaluwoye warned motorists against traveling when there is heavy rain and windstorms, while equally advised them to place C-Caution sign should their vehicles broke down to prevent unsuspecting vehicles from ramming into it.

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