Eid-el-Fitr: Oyeyemi felicitates with Muslims, urges adherence to COVID-19 protocols

With the successful completion of the 2021 by across the world, the Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Dr Oyeyemi has congratulated the Muslim faithfuls the occasion of Eid el fitr to mark the event, stressing the need to sustain the spirits of love, kindness and unity demonstrated the holy month beyond the celebration. The Corps Marshal his Eid el fitr Sallah message commended the Muslim faithfuls for adhering strictly to the Islamic injunctions by denying themselves of food and drinks during the holy month and urged all to imbibe the spirit.

He stressed the health implications of unrestricted gathering this period when COVID-19 is ravaging the world and fear of its spread to the country is real. He members of the public and motorists particular, to adhere strictly to the protocols COVID-19 as provided for by the Presidential Task Force order to make the celebration , safe and secured for all.According to the release issued by the Corps Public Education Officer, Assistant Corps Marshal Bisi Kazeem, the Corps Marshal expressed with the arrangement already put in place by the Corps to make the traffic movement across the country safe and during the Sallah celebration.

While assuring members of the public the high level of preparedness by the Corps to ensure safer road environments for all road travelers during the celebration, the Corps Marshal them to cooperate with the personnel of the FRSC and other law enforcement agencies as well as volunteers that have come out to assist in effective traffic management. He further urges members of the public to always tune to the FRSC NationalTraffic Radio, 107.1fm to get updates traffic status and conditions of the road across the country..

“For the avoidance of doubt, the Corps Marshal has enjoined members of the public to support the safer road campaigns of the Corps by reporting any cases of road mishaps or other emergencies to the FRSC call centre through the toll line: 122 or directly to the studios of the National Traffic Radio on 08052998090 or 09067000015 for prompt response by rescue teams,” he stated.

The Corps Marshal wishes all Nigerians happy Eid el fitr celebration.