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FRSC To Collaborate With National Assembly On Traffic Management Matters

With the existing operational command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) at the National Assembly complex to ensure effective management of traffic, the Clerk of the National Assembly, Alhaji Sani-Omolori and the Corps Marshal of the FRSC, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi have resolved to ensure closer collaboration for greater efficiency. This was the outcome of the meeting between the two leaders when the Corps Marshal paid a courtesy visit to the Clerk at the National Assembly complex, Abuja.

According to the Clerk, the collaboration between the two institutions became imperative in view of the need for more effective traffic management at the Assembly complex, saying with the increasing vehicular traffic, there is the need to enhance the operations of the Corps. Alhaji Sani-Omolori further promised to provide necessary logistics support for the Corps to facilitate its effectiveness at the Assembly complex, especially with the proposed establishment of the Driver’s Licence Centre by the FRSC.

This he said, is long overdue in view of the need to promptly address the licensing needs of the Legislators and the staff of the National Assembly. He assured the Corps Marshal of the continuous support of the leadership of the National Assembly and the Legislators in the area of compliance with the relevant traffic rules and regulations to avoid friction between the FRSC staff and those that operate within the premises.
Earlier in his remarks, the Corps Marshal thanked the Clerk for the support the FRSC has enjoyed from the leadership of the National Assembly, stressing that he is committed to sustaining the operations of the FRSC at the complex in order to address some of the traffic management challenges they face.

Oyeyemi recalled that the Corps decided to establish its command at the Assembly complex some years back, in order to assist the legislators, staff and the visitors to the complex on the need for effective management of traffic which enter the Assembly complex on daily basis.
As part of the commitment for improved service delivery to the people the Corps Marshal requested for an office space that could accommodate the Driver’s Licence Centre being proposed at the Assembly complex to meet the licensing needs of the legislators and staff of the Assembly in line with the ongoing efforts by the Corps to reduce the stress associated with acquiring genuine licences.

Highlight of the meeting was the exchange of souvenirs between the two leaders and enlightenment documents on the workings of the two institutions.

The Corps Marshal was accompanied on the visit by some principal officers of the FRSC, including the Deputy Corps Marshals in charge of Operations, Training, Motor Vehicle Administration, Special Duties and Partnership and the Special Assistant to the Corps Marshal.

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