Dauda Ali Biu, Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps, has complimented the patrol teams of the Osun State sector command for returning N27,171,400 retrieved from collision victims.
The Corps Marshal expressed satisfaction with the personnel’s good conduct, honesty, and sense of patriotism in a statement signed by the Corps Public Education Officer, CPEO, Assistant Corps Marshal, ACM, Bisi Kazeem.
Biu, who praised the team, stated that the team not only shown professionalism in doing their duties, but also guaranteed that the Corps’s integrity, which is one of its defining characteristics, was displayed at the highest degree.
He stated that the money was returned and retrieved in the presence of the DPO and DTO NPF Ipetu-Ijesa, Seriki Owena, Ilesa and Benin, as well as the Hausa community.
Biu praised the patrol team and the whole Osun sector command people, and guaranteed the workforce across the county of their continued well-being.
“I want to commend the entire team for being patriotic , honest, efficient and professional in delivering the mandate of the FRSC. This act they showed would never be forgotten as it is considered a great service to humanity.”
He encouraged others to follow in their footsteps.
Biu lamented the terrible crash, saying that it could have been averted if vehicles had carefully followed traffic rules and regulations.
According to the Corps Marshal, six people were killed and seven others were injured in multiple traffic accidents in Ipetu Ijesa, Oriade local government of the state.
It should be noted that the accident included two commercial cars, an Opel and a Toyota Sienna.
The incident was most likely caused by unsafe driving and excessive speeding.
Seven people were injured, six died, 14 individuals were involved, and one person was not affected.
The injured were brought to Wesley Guild Hospital in Ilesa, while the deceased were put in the hospital morgue.
A quantity of N21,900 was handed over to the police in Ijebu Ijesa by the driver of the GBA440XA OPEL ZAFIRA.
The automobiles were towed to the police station.
The Corps Marshal urged motorists to follow traffic laws and regulations to avoid accidents, especially during the holiday season.
He stated that the corps would continue to protect lives and property while underlining the FRSC’s commitment to making the road safe for everybody.
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