The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Corps Marshal, Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi has promised excellence in road traffic management, saying al staff must work harder to reciprocate the goodwill of the government and people of Nigeria to the Corps over the years.
He stated this while addressing staff and guests at the special walking/jogging exercise organised to mark the 29th anniversary of the establishment of the FRSC.
According to the Corps Marshal, the continuing support, goodwill and guidance enjoyed by the FRSC since its establishment from successive administrations have made the Corps an exemplary institution in public service in Nigeria.
In his remarks, the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola who was represented by the Deputy Director, Welfare and Training, Hajia Ramatu Usman, while congratulating the FRSC on its attainment of 29 years, commended the personnel for exhibiting high spirits of commitment to issues of road safety. She gave assurances that the Ministry would continue to support and collaborate with the FRSC in its goals of ensuring safety of lives and property on the nation’s roads.
In their various goodwill messages, representatives of the military, paramilitary and other agencies as well as road safety stakeholders who graced the occasion commended the FRSSC for the good job it is doing to keep the nation’s roads safer and pledged their sustained support and collaboration with the Corps in its determination to ensure safe road environment for the nation in the years ahead.
The special FRSC 29th anniversary walking/jogging exercise which attracted large turnout of staff of FRSC and stakeholders from various organisations was led by the Corps Marshal with members of the management team.
The President of Road Safety Officers’ Wives Association (ROSOWA), Mrs Yemisi Bolanle Oyeyemi who led some wives of the officers and other children to demonstrate their solidarity to the FRSC gave assurances of the stable home fronts by the officers’ wives for the attainment of road safety goals in the country.