The Federal Road Safety Corp has deployed nothing less than 25000 officers nationwide.
This was revealed by Bisi Kazeem, the FRSC spokesman in Abuja adding that 864 cars, 106 ambulances, 22 tow trucks and 266 motorcycles would also be deployed for the exercise.
Bisi Kazeem in the statement said the aim was to ensure a safe usage of roads and traveling of road users without delay within the time of celebration
He added that the patrol will be from 22 -28 June and will last up to 10pm for locations like Lagos.
The statement reads
“We want to emphasise traffic control and calm motorists to ensure that they reach their destinations without any delay.
“We have about 200 mobile courts already set up to try erring offenders, and we are emphasising that drivers should not use their phones while driving.
“We are also emphasising the use of the speed limiting device as it relates to commercial vehicle operators.
“Our focus is also going to be on overloading, lane indiscipline and obstruction on the road.
“We are looking at critical routes such as the Abuja-Lokoja highway; Lagos-Ibadan expressway; Benin-Asaba-Ore road; and some other critical areas to ensure that we record zero crash during the Sallah period.’’

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