By Chibuzor Emejor

As the year 2015 ends in the Federal Road Safety Corps’ operational calendar, the Corps Marshal, Boboye Oyeyemi, has commended the staff for their high level performances in the outgoing year, saying management remains committed to enunciating policies that could adequately address their welfare needs.

In a release by Bisi Kazeem, Head of Media Relations and Strategy, FRSC, Oyeyemi stated in his New Year message to all staff of the FRSC, in which he expressed gratitude to God for the successes recorded in 2015 and expressed commitment to improving on the achievements in the coming year.
He particularly prayed for the successful crossover of all staff, enjoining them to be prepared to live faithfully in carrying out their statutory responsibilities of keeping the roads safe.

Although admitting that the challenges of 2015 were multifaceted and involved staff risking their lives to save road cash victims, travelling several kilometres to ensure that road users were enlightened and diffusing tension as well as rescuing crash victims even at odd hours of the day, the Corps Marshal expressed gratitude to God that the organisation survived the odds.
According to him, several lives that could have been perished in road crashes were saved through the vigilance and commitment of members of the Corps, saying such individuals will forever remain grateful to the FRSC for the steadfastness and dedication the personnel have shown to their duties. Read More →