As part of its social corporate responsibility of preventing road crashes in the last months of the year, Trustfund Pension plc. has donated 5000 reflective jackets to the Federal Road Safety Corp.
Making the donation in Abuja at the FRSC headquarters, Trustfund managing director, Helen Da-Souza, said the company hopes the jackets will help personnel of the corps carry out their responsibilities of road safety effectively.
She assured that the company will continue to support the FRSC to safeguard lives and move the nation forward.
In his reaction, Corp Marshal of the FRSC, Boboye O Oyeyemi, said the jackets will serve their personnel in traffic control especially during this period when there is heavy traffic on the roads
He commended Trustfund for the donation, which he disclosed has been an annual ritual since 2015, when the company donated 10,000 jackets.
He however, cautioned road users to be cautious especially during this festive season, saying there are many ongoing road constructions hence, motorists have to be careful.
“We appreciate what the government is doing. A lot of road construction is going on. If u are going on a four hour journey, you should factor two hours. We advise people now to plan their journey because of what the government is doing.
“As we approach the festive period, people must ensure that their vehicles are in good shape. Issues of tires and other safety measures must be adhered to. We are not on the road to harass Nigerians. Our own is to ensure the safety of Nigerians.”
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