FRSC Abolishes Static Patrol Points in South East States, Embraces Mobile Patrol

FRSC Abolishes Static Patrol Points in South East States

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has announced the discontinuation of static patrol points in Abia, Imo, Enugu, and Ebonyi states in the South East region. The decision is part of a new strategy aimed at enhancing road safety and responding promptly to emergencies.

According to the Zonal Commanding Officer of the FRSC in charge of Enugu zone, Assistant Corps Marshal Winfred Uche Chukwurah, the mobile patrol operation will enable the agency to respond quickly to road accidents and other emergencies. The mobile patrol approach is expected to reduce response time and increase effectiveness in preventing accidents.

During his maiden visit to the Abia State Federal Road Safety Command in Umuahia, Chukwurah urged personnel to adapt to the new approach and develop a positive attitude towards their duties. He commended the commitment and resilience of the personnel and praised the harmonious relationship between the FRSC, sister security agencies, state governments, and the media.

The Zonal Commanding Officer emphasized the importance of educating motorists and other road users about traffic offenses and their consequences. He urged personnel to continue public enlightenment campaigns to promote road safety awareness and emphasize that it is a collective responsibility for all.

The Sector Commander of Abia State, Corps Commander Frederick Ade Ogidan, appealed to the state government, individuals, and groups to support the FRSC’s efforts to achieve its objectives. He solicited assistance in promoting road safety and reducing accidents on the state’s roads.

The abolition of static patrol points is part of the FRSC’s efforts to modernize its operations and enhance its response to emergencies. The new approach is expected to improve road safety and reduce accidents in the South East region.

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