By Peter Okonu
ABAKALIKI—EBONYI State citizens were yesterday warned to be wary of syndicates who dupe unsuspecting victims to secure employment for them in the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC).
Mrs Stella Uchegbu, Ebonyi State Sector Commander of the Corps made the disclosure in Abakaliki while commenting on activities to mark the 2017, 4th United Nations Global Road Safety Week and West African Road Safety Organisation (WARSO) Day from May 8 to 14.
The sector commander urged the public not to be deceived by the antics of the syndicates as there is presently no employment or recruitment exercise in the agency.
“These fraudsters defraud unsuspecting members of the public with a promise of securing employment for them or enlisting them in the recruitment exercise of the agency.”
tim is seeking in the agency, noting that such acts were condemnable and inhuman.
“The headquarters of the agency would appropriately disseminate information about employment or recruitment as there is none of such currently. This further advocates for multi-sectoral cooperation and actions to reduce and reverse the forecasts of road deaths by half, by the year 2020.
She noted that the week-long programme is an initiative of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the Global Road Safety partnership (GRSP) which aims to stop the growing epidemic of deaths and injuries on the roads,”
“We call on state governments to establish Road Traffic Management Agencies, to complement our efforts to curb road crashes in the country.”