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FRSC kicks off ember months road safety campaign in Taraba

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The Federal Street Security Corps (FRSC) on Saturday commenced the 2021 ember months marketing campaign with a name on motorists to keep away from over-loading, night time travels and over-speeding.

Corps Commander Selina Williams, the Taraba Sector Commander of FRSC, gave the cost throughout her welcome tackle on the flag-off ceremony in Jalingo.

In response to her, the 2021 ember months highway security marketing campaign with the theme; ‘Keep Protected Pace, Keep away from Night time Travels and Get pleasure from High quality Street Expertise’ was geared toward decreasing fatalities because the interval was usually characterised with elevated vehicular motion.

“The 2021 ember months marketing campaign with the theme ‘Keep Security Pace, Keep away from Night time Travels and Get pleasure from High quality Street Expertise’ is geared toward making our roads secure for the general public,” she mentioned.

Gov Darius Ishaku of Taraba, who carried out the flagging off ceremony, instructed the stakeholders to take the general public schooling marketing campaign significantly to minimise accidents within the state.

Represented by Mr Felix Manthy, the Director of Taraba Board of Inner Income, Ishaku counseled the FRSC within the state for concerted efforts always to reinforce security on the roads.

DAILY POST stories that free medical examine up and eye take a look at had been performed on drivers and motorists on the occasion by groups of medical personnel from Specialist Hospital and Police Clinic Jalingo.

Some motorists who spoke with DAILY POST on the venue, promised to cascade the teachings learnt from the train to their colleagues unfold throughout the complete axis of the state.

Admitting that roads accidents have been diminished to the barest minimal degree within the state, this, they mentioned, was made attainable by the command whom in line with them has been interfacing with motorists unfold throughout the state.

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