Corps Commander Selina Williams, the Taraba Sector Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) on Thursday said the corps has concluded arrangements to offer free medical check-ups and eye tests for drivers in the state for the ember months campaign.
This is contained in a press statement by Superintendent Route Commander (SRC), Adeleye Abayomi, the Sector Public Education Officer in the state.
According to the statement, the free medical intervention would be conducted on September 22, 2021, at the official Flagg off of the ember months public awareness campaign in the state.
The statement noted that the move was part of the concerted efforts by FRSC to minimize the risk of fatality on the highways during the 2021 ember months with its tendency of high vehicular and human movement across the country.
“The 2021 ember months campaign with the theme ‘Maintain Safety Speed, Avoid Night Travels and Enjoy Quality Road Experience’ would hold at Owoniyi Motor Park Jalingo by 10: 00 am,” it stated.
It explained that Governor Darius Ishaku of Taraba would Flagg off the campaign at the event.
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