FRSC says 'alcohol and hard drug hawkers at motor parks are agents of devil'


Edward Zamber, the Enugu Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), has said the commission is out at tackling the menace of hawking alcohol and hard drugs at motor parks describing the hawkers as agents of darkness who are encouraging drivers to have accidents. 

Zamber stated this in Nsukka on Friday during the 2017 flag-off of Ember Months campaign rally titled “Right to life on highways, Not Negotiable”. Zamber who was represented by the state sector operation commander, Mr. Jude Eke advised motorists to resist the temptation of drinking alcohol and other things that can cause accidents when they want to drive. 

“We will continue to do our best to ensure safety on our roads but drivers and other road users should complement the commission’s efforts by doing their part,” he said He urged drivers and other road users to drive safely during the Ember months adding that FRSC would continue to do its best to ensure safety on the roads. 


In a remark, the Unit Commander, Nsukka Command, Mr. Shuaibu Bello, said ninety per cent of road accidents in the country are as result of human factors. He said some of the human factors that resulted in road crashes were drivers over-speeding, lack of concentration, tiredness, driving under the influence of alcohol and dangerous over-taking. 

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