|Federal Road Safety Corps(FRSC)|
The Federal Road Safety Corps, Suleja unit, has sent more than 200 work force with 15 patrol vehicles on a 24-hour watch on the Suleja-Kaduna Federal expressway.
Suleja Unit Commander of the FRSC, Mr. Olayinka Akande, made the divulgence on Wednesday in a meeting with the News Agency of Nigeria in Suleja.
He said that the unit had strengthened endeavors in observing the lead of street clients to check street crashes because of the vicinity of Nnamdi Azikikwe International Airport to Suleja.
He said that the work force would screen drivers to guarantee that motorists regard traffic rules and regulations.
Akande encouraged motorists to hold fast to traffic rules and regulation to avert accidents on our roads.
He cautioned motorists against over-loading and reckless driving, focusing on that anybody discovered doing these would be severely dealt with.
He said that the unit was cooperating with individuals from National Union of Road Transport Workers and different stakeholders in Suleja,Tafa and Gurara Local Government Areas to instruct motorists on the risks of making calls while driving.
“Our essential concern is to counteract road accidents by putting together road users to stop from risky driving particularly overtaking on highway in sharp twists among others,” he said