Royal father demands hard work from road marshals

The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) Mbaise RS 9.45 has been charged to work hard to ensure sanity and discipline on roads to minimize auto crashes and carnages these “ember” months.
The traditional ruler of Oru Ahiara in Ahiazu Mbaise LGA, Eze Joe Oleka, gave the charge when the new Unit Commander (UC), Assistant Corps Commander (ACC) Chinaza Ebuta, accompanied by the Corps Protocol Officer, Mr. Francis Ani and others paid courtesy visit to his palace.
He assured the corps of his untainted support and co-operation, calling for collaborative efforts with the police to checkmate blocking of roads on Afor Oru market days.
Earlier, the Unit Commander Chinaza Ebuta harped on the essence of community partnership and citizenship participation in the campaign for safety, reiterating commitment to work tirelessly for accident-free “ember” months.
He called on traditional and religious leaders to assist drive the crusade for safety home and help the FRSC to maintain discipline on roads.
He highlighted the essence of motorcycle crash helmet and warned against reckless driving, drunk driving, overloading, overspeeding, dangerous overtaking and use of handsets on the wheel.
ACC Ebuta enjoined drivers to respect the rights of other road users, obey traffic signs and regulations as well as shun distractions to safeguard their lives and that of commuters.
Speaking, the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) Superintendent of Police (SP) Danjuma Ragga guaranteed synergy between the police and other sister agencies, assuring the new UC of total  co-operation of his men and officers.
He said his men are combat ready and determined not to leave any stone unturned, particularly this last quarter of the year when criminally minded elements are desperate to make it by all means, calling for timely information on the activities of criminals for effective crime detection, control and prevention.

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