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FRSC Inaugurates 40 Special Marshals At MMA2

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For safe and secure environment, the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Lagos State Command has inaugurated a new body of Special Marshals at the Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal Two (MMA2), in Lagos.

No fewer than 40 Special Marshals were inaugurated at the event which was held recently.  The Special Marshals unit accordingly, is saddled with the responsibility of administering road safety standards and other relevant measures aimed at ensuring orderliness not only around the airport but also in different parts of the country.

The partnership forms part of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives of BASL towards ensuring safety of lives and property consequently engendering national growth and development.

In his welcome address, BASL’s group executive director (GED), Mr Rodger Whittle said, coping with the task of establishing and maintaining a safe and secure environment is a continuous duty that demands collective responsibility.

The challenges on the Nigerian road networks, according to him, are precariously enormous and without doubt, requires a lot of support beyond the confines of operations of regular marshals of the FRSC, stating that this is why this initiative of establishing the Special Marshal unit is indeed a laudable one and should be encouraged.

Whittle stated further that as a responsible organization and a leading brand within the aviation sector, this presents yet another opportunity; amongst many, for BASL to contribute its quota to national development within the ambits of the mandate of Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC).

“We have professionals of diverse fields and capacities across the BASL company present here today, who have volunteered and are committed to be part of this commission; in order to contribute meaningfully to societal safety of lives and property.

“At MMA2, the core of our service promise is to ensure seamless passenger facilitation and this ties very strongly as a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative central to the fundamentals of our business mandate. We are ever willing and would continue to support and champion initiatives that are geared towards making the society safe, secure, habitable and a better place for all,” he added.

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