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Eid-el Kabir: Don’t drive against traffic, FRSC cautions Ogun motorists

Itori Unit Command of Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Ogun has warned motorists, especially those on Lagos-Abeokuta expressway, to desist from driving against traffic, to minimise road accidents during Eld-el-Kabir celebrations.

The Unit Commander, Mr Samsudeen Okusi, gave the warning in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Ota, Ogun.

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He said that the agency would deploy its personnel in the highways, especially around Itori-Ewekoro axis on Lagos-Abeokuta expressway in order to prevent gridlock and ensure sanity.

“Motorists should not follow one-way, and anyone who drives against incoming vehicles will be arrested and booked,” Okusi said.

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The unit commander enjoined commercial drivers not to be in a hurry in the name of making more money during the forthcoming Sallah festivities.

“They should refrain from overloading and excessive speeding to avert road accidents during the Eid-el-Kabir celebrations,” he said.

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Okusi also admonished motorists against night journeys, saying that there would be an increase in the human and vehicular traffic during the period.

NAN reports that this year’s Eid-el Kabir festival is expected to hold on Saturday. 

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