FRSC Takes Campaign To Obalende


In its efforts to forestall and where possible reduce the rate of road mishaps  especially as activities peak towards Christmas and the new year, the Federal Road  Safety Corps has taken its campaign to Obalende, barely a week after a similar  campaign was held at CMS bus stop.

The Unit Commander of FRSC, Lagos Island, Mr. Segun Ogungbemide, in collaboration  with Arrive Alive AARI, NURTW,  RTEAN and city bus operators, were recently at  Obalende bus stop to preach the message of restraint, telling drivers and  transporters that it is possible to make the yuletide accident-free if they could  abide by the rules and regulations that cause accidents on the road.

The event was held under the flyover at Obalende, Ikoyi, Lagos, southwest Nigeria.

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Mr. Austin Aru Oko, branch Secretary, Obalende represented the NURTW; Mr. Obaditan  Lateef was the KAI representative; Mr. S.B Taiwo was there on behalf of the V.I.O;  Mr. Zarima Chidama, NOA; Mr. Stephen Omoiho, RTEAN and SP. Clement Ajibo for the  Nigeria Police.

Ogungbemide said to avoid road accidents and save lives, drivers should not drink  and drive, especially the local gin popularly called ogogoro, they should not use  worn out tyres or receive phone calls or phone on the wheels. “Be patient with other  road users and don’t over speed and overload your vehicles,” he cautioned.

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