FRSC Commission to ensure total compliance with speed limit policy

The Zuba Unit Commander of FRSC, Mr Muta’a Chorrie, said this on Monday in Zuba on the sidelines of   the unit’s  special patrol.

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The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) says it is committed  to ensuring  total compliance with its speed limit  policy.

The Zuba Unit Commander of FRSC, Mr Muta’a Chorrie, said this on Monday in Zuba on the sidelines of   the unit’s  special patrol.

He said  that the exercise was to identify  speed limit violators as well as those without  driver’s licence, adding that  15 vehicles had  so far been  impounded  for various traffic violations.

The commander  called on motorists, especially commercial drivers, to ensure they complied with installation of the speed limit device in addition to having a valid  driver’s licence.

“People should avoid patronising touts  or persons who are not licensed to issue driver’s licence."

“ Go straight to the driver’s licensing centre and ensure you get it,” he said.

A correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria(NAN) monitoring the exercise  reports that as at the time of filing this  report, there was a long traffic build up on the  Tunga Maji- Zuba road.

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