Basis advocates highway security coverage assessment, units 2030 goal

A non-governmental organisation and a basis, KRSD Basis Nigeria, has restated the necessity for an pressing assessment of the Nationwide Highway Security Coverage, security improvement plan to scale back visitors fatalities within the nation.

It made the decision in Abuja Friday on the eleventh Version of the KRSD Annual Highway Security Press Convention.

The which occasion coincided with the NGOs accreditation and participation on the simply concluded United Nations Excessive-Stage Assembly on International Highway Security in New York, USA, had in attendance the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Olukayode Ariwoola, President Courtroom of Attraction, Justice Monica Dongban-Mensem, former Aviation Minister and Corp Marshal, Chief Osita Chidoka, Consultant of the Appearing Corp Marshal of the Federal Highway Security Fee (FRSC), Mr. Dauda Biu, the Nationwide Orientation Company (NOA) and different highway security stakeholders.

In his remarks, the founder, KRSD Basis Nigeria, Justice Monica Dongban-Mensem, stated the Basis was set to forestall not less than 50% of highway visitors deaths and accidents by 2030.

“In Nigeria it’s estimated that greater than 6,000 folks die from highway visitors crashes and the Nigeria Bureau of Statistics (NBS) and Federal Highway Security Fee (FRSC) claims that no fewer than two folks die on Nigeria roads each 4 hours,” she stated.

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