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NSCDC, FRSC Join Forces To Ensure Road Safety

ByHybrid News

Jun 24, 2023

The Anambra State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has expressed its commitment to strengthen collaboration with the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in order to reduce the occurrence of road traffic accidents throughout the state.

On Thursday, the NSCDC Anambra State Commandant, Mr. Osuala Edwin visited the FRSC Sector Commander, Mr. Adeoye Irelewuyi, at the FRSC Command Headquarters in Awka.

During the meeting, Osuala emphasized the partnership between NSCDC and FRSC in the crucial mission of preserving lives and property. He acknowledged the significance of stakeholders coming together to support and cooperate with the FRSC in its efforts to combat road accidents.

“Sequel to my deployment to Anambra State, it is customary and mark of respect, I pay courtesy visit to all the existing service commanders in the state. My coming here today is to familiarize with you, strengthen the existing cordial relationship between us and pledge my support to your office in any area you may need our services. Safety is everyone’s business , especially on our roads. Therefore, as sister Agencies, we would continue to partner to ensure safety of road users” he said.

In his remarks, Mr. Adeoye, the Sector Commander, expressed his satisfaction with the visit, emphasizing its significance in strengthening the existing working relationship between the two Federal Agencies.

He recognized the invaluable support provided by the FRSC to the NSCDC, particularly in the provision of essential materials and data pertaining to vehicle owners involved in criminal activities, which greatly aids their investigations.

Mr. Irelewuyi, highlighting the affection, collaboration, and synergy between the two agencies, assured that their exceptional partnership would continue to uphold high standards in road safety management.

He also praised the contributions of the NSCDC to the overall success of ongoing safer road campaigns in the state, while enumerating some of the collaborative initiatives undertaken with sister security agencies.

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