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FRSC : SGF Inaugurates 130 Operational Vehicles For Road Mgt

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The Federal Government is to invest heavily on Transport infrastructure to enhance socio economic growth and safety of lives on the highway.

Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Mr George Akume stated this while inaugurating One Hundred and Thirty Multifunctional Operational Vehicles for the Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC in Abuja.

The Secretary to the Government of Federation explained that the Cardinal objective of the Renewed Hope agenda of president Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s administration is to enhance the well being of all Nigerians.

He assured the present administration’s resolve to give special attention to polices and programs towards achieving the set goals.

Mr Akume believed that deployment of the operational vehicles will aid field operations which includes rescue, recovery and speedy removal of obstructions on roads.

He encouraged other agencies of government to develop similar resourceful ways to improve their work processes in a cost effective manner.

Corps.marshal Dauda Ali-Biu said the operational vehicles would be deployed to enhance visibility particularly in the newly created One Hundred and Two Formations across the country.

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Mr Dauda Ali-Biu reiterated the commission’s determination towards achieving the United Nations Decade of Action on Road Safety 2021 to 2030.

The One Hundred and Thirty Multifunctional Operational vehicles comprises, Ninety Seven Patrol Vehicles, Ten Heavy Duty Tow Trucks, Fifteen Flatbed Tow Trucks, Five Ambulances, a one hundred and Fifty Six Seater Staff bus as well as Two coaster buses.

Kayode Oyedare, Edited By Grace Namiji

Written by: Bukky Alabi

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