Boss speaks on new partnership between agency and Nigerian Air Force

Find out the details of the new partnership between the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) and Nigerian Air Force.

FRSC boss, Boboye Oyeyemi

On December 25th, Pulse Nigeria announced a new partnership between the

Very little was known about the collaboration, except for the goal, to fight traffic.

However, Marshal and Chief Executive Officer of FRSC, Boboye Oyeyemi, has revealed more at a press briefing in Abuja.

“During this operation, the Corps will once more rely on the robust partnership with the for aerial traffic surveillance. This segment of the operation will be flagged off tomorrow 24 December, 2015 (today) at the Domestic Wing of the Abuja. As usual, a total manpower of 36,000 will be in action. This figure includes those at the national headquarters who have been duly mobilised and are already reporting at their various stations."

Oyeyemi also spoke on the recent deployment of officers.

“In addition, the Deputy Corps Marshals and Assistant Corps Marshals have been relocated to marshal operations along the nation’s road corridors, with a Situation Office to operate 24/7 alongside the Call Center.”

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