The Federal Road Safety Corps, has warned motorists to cease corrupting their officers with bribe – the newly deployed Zonal Commander, Assistant Corps Marshall, Imoh Etuk gave the warning in an interview with newsmen when he paid a familiarization go to to the Bauchi Sector Command of the FRSC.

FRSC warns Nigerian motorists

He mentioned the warning grew to become crucial as a result of bribes corrupt the men of the Corps and painting the FRSC in a foul gentle.

In his personal phrases,

“I charged them to be extra seen on the freeway, to eschew all types of corruption and to make sure that problems with overloading are nipped within the bud. Just yesterday (Tuesday), the Vice President (Yemi Osinbajo) mentioned no one ought to give bribe to any officer, to Police and so forth.

“I’m additionally saying that don’t bribe our men. Do the needful. You don’t have to be bribing our people, do the needful and also you’ll not run foul of the legislation. It is when you find yourself poor that you simply’ll need to use cash.

“Don’t use money to do anything because the anti-corruption squad of the Corps will go out to ensure that these things are properly monitored. I am warning them to obey the traffic rules rather than using money especially during this Ramadan.”

Speaking on the Bauchi-Jos and Bauchi-Gombe roads which have grow to be dying traps with accidents occurring nearly every day, he mentioned he has charged the officers and men of the State sector Command that “the crashes on these roads and all over the place within the zone should be lowered to the barest minimal.

On the May 29th handing over, he mentioned the three Sector Commands within the Zone have put up a strategic visitors management plan, including that the Special Marshalls will do route-lining to make sure that the problem of congestion within the metropolis is nipped within the bud.

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