FRSC Introduces A Scheme To Check Drunk Driving

12 March 2021 by Kayode Oyedare

The Federal Road Safety Commission FRSC is to strengthen its collaboration with stakeholders to check sales and consumption of alcoholic drinks at motor parks across the country.

Corps Marshal of FRSC, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi who stated this in Abuja while signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the management of a frontline Brewery Company said despite Government”s ban on sales of alcoholic drinks in motor parks some transport union leaders refused to enforce the order.
Dr Oyeyemi said the commission would collaborate with the company on the introduction of Drink Driving E- learning in the driving school scheme, FRSC training institute and driving license renewal process to Educate road users.

Dr Oyeyemi while commending the Company for its support maintained that the Commission would continue to accept innovations that would bring effective traffic control and reduce road accidents in the country.
The managing director of the company Mr Rotimi Odusola said the visit to FRSC was to seek partnership on the Drink Driving E- learning Module aimed at educating motorists on the need to drink responsibly and avoid dangerous driving.

Mr Odusola pledged the company’s resolve to join FRSC in its capacity building and sensitisation programs with stakeholders in the transport sector to bring sanity to the roads.

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