FRSC Abolishes Its Patrol Points In Zone 9 (nine) Of The Corps



As Part of its measures to ensure the safety of its Personnel, the Federal Road Safety Corps, says henceforth, it has abolished its patrol points in zone 9 (nine) of the Corps, comprising Abia, Ebonyi, Enugu, and Imo states.

The Zonal Commanding Officer, Federal Road Safety Corps, (RS 9.3 HQ), Enugu, Assistant Corps Marshall Winfred Uche Chukwurah announced this during his maiden visit in Abia State Federal Road Safety Command Umuahia.

This was contained in a release signed by Secretary unit 18 ,S/Marshall RS.9.3,Adaeze Ralph Igbokwe and made available to journalists.

Corps Marshall Chukwurah who was on a working visit to the States under his Command inclusive Abia, Enugu, Ebonyi, and Imo made it clear that “they are on a new era and as such should develop a new mindset” geared at having good attitudinal change and make significant contributions towards the success of the President Ahmed Tinubu led Administration.

The Zonal Commanding Officer extolled the commitment and resilience of its Personnel in the discharge of their duties also commended the harmonious relationship existing among sister security agencies, the State government and the press.

Corps Marshall Chukwurah emphasized the need for the Corps to enlighten motorists as well as other road users on traffic offences and their consequences, also warned against acts likely to tarnish the good image of the Corps.

Earlier, the Sector Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps, Abia State, Corps Commander Frederick Ade Ogidan expressed satisfaction with the performance of his officers and disclosed plans too establish more units in the state with a view to ensuring the safety of road users in the nooks and crannies of Abia.

Corps Commander Ogidan  thanked other Security Agencies, the State Government and journalists, for their support and cooperation pointed out its challenges to include inadequate staff, poor office accommodation, patrol vehicles, heavy duty trucks (towing trucks) and power bikes to cover the routes expected of it .

He , however, solicited for the assistance of the government , well meaning individuals and groups in the realization of the purpose for which the Corps was established.