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Valentine’s Day: FRSC warns motorists, lovers
PIC. 12. FRSC ZONAL COMMANDER, ASSISTANT CORPS MARSHAL, CHARLES THEOPHILUS (L), WITH SECTOR COMMANDER, CORPS COMMANDER OLUMIDE OLAGUNJU, AT THE COMMENCEMENT FRSC "OPERATION SHIELD" ON KADUNA - ABUJA HIGH WAY IN KADUNA ON MONDAY (6/5/13) .
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The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has cautioned drivers and other street clients to halt from enjoying alcoholic driving, over the top speed, and careless driving while at the same time praising the 2021 Valentine’s Day.

The Corps Public Education Officer (CPEO), Assistant Corps Marshal (ACM) Bisi Kazeem, who gave the admonition in a proclamation on Saturday said this was to guarantee safe and sans crash festivity during the time frame.

He said that it was likewise an approach to moderate all rates of street car accidents during the time.

He said that the Corps Marshal, FRSC, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, had guided Commanding Officers across board to try harder by guaranteeing gigantic sending of officials and men.

This, he said, was for upgraded perceivability, satisfactory traffic signal, and greatest authorization of all COVID-19 conventions among drivers.

As indicated by Kazeem, all watch agents have been coordinated to oblige breathalyzers, and radar firearms.

“This is to ensure that suspected drunk drivers are tested and stopped from continuing their trips so as to avoid unnecessary deaths, injuries and damage to properties, ” he said.

Kazeem cited Oyeyemi as saying, that the Valentine’s festival was a day put aside everywhere on the world to praise love, trade blessings, and show that we care for each other, in memory of Saint Valentine who exemplified love while he lived.

He, in any case, reminded each one of those commending that it ought to be done in exacting consistence with all COVID-19 conventions, including utilization of face cover and noticing physical removing inside vehicles.