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Erect road signs, warnings to prevent deaths of motorists on Ibadan-Iseyin road – Akande tells FRSC, others

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Chairman of the board of Nigerian Communications Fee (NCC), Professor Adeolu Akande, has suggested the Federal Street Security Corps (FRSC) and different related businesses to offer highway indicators and warnings on Ibadan-Iseyin Street.

Akinde famous that that is obligatory with a view to keep away from extra deaths on the newly reconstructed Ibadan-Iseyin Street.

DAILY POST recollects that about 18 individuals misplaced their lives on Saturday throughout an accident that occurred on the highway.

Akande in his response, suggested related businesses corresponding to FRSC, the state authorities and different stakeholders to erect highway indicators and warnings on the highway to stop additional accidents on the highway.

Akande, a chieftain of All Progressives Congress (APC) additionally used the medium to commensurate with the Aseyin of Iseyinland, Oba Abdulganiy Salaudeen Adekunle, and the household of the victims of the accident.

Akande in a press release made accessible to DAILY POST on Monday, described the accident as unlucky.

He defined that he acquired the information with shock.

He mentioned, “The NCC BOSS additionally known as on the related businesses within the state to focus extra on the newly constructed highway by offering sufficient highway indicators warning motorists as they method bumps and bends on the highway.

“I admonish motorists, particularly industrial drivers to all the time train warning and keep away from over- rushing on our roads.

“These sorts of carnage on our roads are avoidable if solely motorists adhere to highway security guidelines and laws.

“It’s with a heavy coronary heart that I acquired the unlucky information of the dying of 18 individuals in a ghastly motor accident alongside Iseyin/Moniya highway.

“I simply pray God will consolation the households of the deceased on the irreparable lack of their beloved ones.”

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