The Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Corps, Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi has cautioned drivers that the lift of the interstate restriction on movement by the government is certainly not a guarantee for foolish driving and over-burdening of vehicles.
In an announcement given on Tuesday by Bisi Kazeem, the Corps Public Education Officer, the Corps Marshal cautioned that the authorization of movement of vehicles across state outskirts was uniquely outside curfew periods.
Boboye requested Commanding Officers to guarantee that drivers are made to watch all sheltered driving goals, health guidelines and rules on social distancing in the vehicle and utilization of facemasks.
As indicated by the Corps Marshal, thinking about the rising instances of the viral contamination in the nation, and the partial lift on interstate movement, it is generally basic for the Corps to try harder to guarantee that drivers don’t exploit the incomplete lift on the boycott to mishandle transit regulations and drive perilously.
He charged Commanding Officers to guarantee satisfactory organization of staff on all courses and guided work force to show perseverance and guarantee all out implementation of limitations on interstate goes during the curfew hours.
He included that the upsurge in passings and spread of the Coronavirus in Nigeria has become a significant worry that calls for immediate attention that the Corps is completely dedicated to with all industriousness.
Kazeem likewise uncovered that the Corps Marshal’s structure to Commanding Officers is “to guarantee the full usage of the workforce through successful sending of staff to capture decisively, any driver who negates the National Orders by over-burdening their vehicles, disregarding orders on interstate travels past curfew hours and mandatory utilization of facemasks.
He approached people in general to “exploit FRSC’s various advertising stage to report any driver located disregarding the Presidential requests to the FRSC”