‘The FRSC is not unaware of the numerous challenges facing various Commands especially in Anambra’
The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) has warned officers and men of the Command in Anambra State to be disciplined and to abstain from lateness and intolerance.
Zonal Commanding Officer in charge of Anambra, Delta and Edo State, Mr. Chukwuma Njoku, gave the charge during his maiden official visit to the State Command headquarters in Awka.
He also urged the officers to be committed in the discharge of their duties to ensure the mandate of the Commission was achieved.
While praising the Command for being on top of the list in the FRSC ratings across the country, Njoku urged them to maintain those eminent positions.
He said, “The FRSC is not unaware of the numerous challenges facing various Commands especially in Anambra, including; insecurity and flooding
“I urge the Command to have improved relationship with sister agencies. I also urge the staff to take advantage of the various housing scheme the Commission is carrying out in various States.
Earlier, State Sector Commander, Mr. Adeoye Irelewuyi thanked the Zonal Commanding Officer for the visit, enumerating composition and components of the command to him.
Mr. Irelewuyi extolled the Special Marshals in the State, under its State Co-ordinator, Mr Patrick Esumai, for their efforts, while reiterating the commands commitment in reducing road crashes in the state and ensuring free flow of vehicular movement.
Meanwhile, the Zonal Commanding Officer of the Federal Road Safety Commission in company of some top Officers of the command later visited the Assistant Inspector General of Police in charge of Zone Thirteen Ukpo, Mr. Umar Muri and seeked more robust synergy between the Police and the Commission.
Responding, Assistant Inspector General in charge of Zone 13, Mr. Muri pledged to always partner the FRSC for it to achieve its mandate.