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Valentine: FRSC warns against drunk-driving, speed violations

THE Federal Road Safety Corps has warned against drunk-driving and speed violations during today’s Valentine Day celebrations.

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Corps Marshal, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi.

The Corps Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem, in a statement on Saturday,  said the Corps Marshal, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, has directed Commanding Officers to double their efforts by ensuring massive deployment of officers and men for enhanced visibility, adequate traffic control, and enforcement of  COVID-19 protocols.

The statement titled, ‘Valentine Day celebrations: FRSC cautions motorists against excessive speed, drunk-driving and recklessness on the road,’ noted that patrol operatives had been directed to use breathalysers, and radar guns to ensure that suspected drunk drivers are tested and stopped from continuing their trips to avoid unnecessary deaths, injuries and damage to properties.

It stated, “Owing to the need to ensure a safe and crash- free celebration during the 2021 Valentine Day, the Federal Road Safety Corps has warned the teeming community of celebrants and other road users to desist from indulging in drunk-driving, avoid excessive speed, and resist the temptation to drive recklessly to mitigate cases of road traffic crashes during the celebration.”

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