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Inauguration Of President-elect: FRSC Deploys Personnel, Logistics For Ease Movement

 

The Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Corps, Dauda Ali Biu has ordered the deployment of 365 personnel, 40 patrol vehicles, 15 BIKES and 10 tow trucks to ensure safety of road users and ease of movement along all routes leading to the venue of the inauguration of the President-elect, His Excellency, Bola Ahmed Tinubu

In addition to the aforementioned, the Corps also deployed 155 traffic cones, 15 ambulances, 84 patrolites and a number of reflective tapes to augment the entrenchment of safety and ease of movement across board.

The Corps Marshal also directed the personnel deployed to collaborate with the Officers and Men of the Nigeria Police Force as well as other security organisations detailed for the national programme.

A statement by Corp’s Spokesman, ACM Bisi Kazeem therefore called on road users to comply with restrictions of movement around areas cordoned off by security operatives so as to allow for a seamless inauguration programme.

“‘Areas to be cordoned for diversion of traffic the following; Goodluck Jonathan Expressway by Court of Appeal, Deeper Life Junction, Bond/ Total Filling Station, Federal Capital Development Authority Junction, Finance Junction by by ECOWAS, Ministry of Women Affairs junction, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Eagle Square ( Phase 1&2).

“Others are; Kur Mohammed road/ National Mosque, Abia House junction, NITEL Junction by Ademola Adetokunbo street, Gama Junction/ Transcorp, Bayelsa House by Federal High Court, Aso Drive, CEDDI Plaza, NNPC Twin Towers as well as NNPC/ NBS.

“The Corps personnel will also play active role in piloting dignitaries from the following locations; Old Parade Ground – Eagle Square, International Conference Centre, Eagle Square, and Eagle Square Pavilion.

“The Corps will also engage in strategic crowd control in and around the inauguration venue”, the statement concludes.

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