The Federal Road Safety Commission in Anambra State has initiated more strategies aimed at creating a safer motoring environment in the State.
The Anambra State Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Commission Mr Adeoye Irelewuyi, disclosed this during the inspection of some of the flash points in Awka and environs.
Correspondent Chibuzor Obidike reports that the areas visited included Amawbia Bypass, Akwata and Aroma Junctions, Agu-Awka by JUHEL filling station all along Enugu-Onitsha expressway which witnessed free flow of vehicular movement as men of the Federal Road SafetyCommission were seen discharging their duties.
Speaking to the ABS shortly after the inspection, Mr Irelewuyi said that the inspection was as a result of increasing gridlocks, being experienced during morning and evening rush hours, attributing other causes to impatience and disobedient of traffic rules by Motorists.
He warned Motorists against breaking traffic rules, which, according to him is dangerous, warning that anyone caught will be brought to book.
Some road users who spoke to the ABS including, Mr Japheth Okoli, Chukwudi Okonkwo and Mr Ken Wood all attested to the relief that the presence of men of the Federal Road Safety Commission has brought and commended their timely response to road mishaps, but called on motorists to assist by keeping to the rules to ensure a better and easier movement for all.