FRSC, Nigerian Navy Strengthen Security Ties In Anambra

Raymond Ozoji, Awka

The Federal Road Safety Corps and the Nigerian Navy have strengthened security synergy  in Anambra state, following a working visit of the newly posted naval outpost commander Navy Captain Adekunle Kamal Okeniyi  to the sector commander of the FRSC formation in the state ACM Andrew Ayodele Kumapayi at the weekend in Awka.

The working visit according to the press release made available to journalists by the Sector Public Education Officer Florence Edor shortly after the occasion, revealed that the visit was to strengthen collaborations between the two agencies in the state.

The release reads,  “To further strengthen the existing relationship (between) both agencies, the newly posted Naval Outpost Commander, Naval Capt. Adekunle K Okeniyi and his team visited the Sector Commander Anambra State ACM Andrew A Kumapayi FHNR.

“Naval Capt. Adekunle K Okeniyi during his visit was particularly grateful to the Corps for the existing relationship and the synergy which has been existing between both agencies. He commended the Corps for their prompt response to rescue operations nationwide and Anambra in particular. He further requested more synergy between the two agencies.

“The Sector Commander thanked the Naval Outpost Commander for the visit and promised to maintain the existing relationship between the two agencies.

“He said as a lead agency in Road Safety Administration,  it’s our statutory responsibility  to ensure a safer motoring environment which includes  clearing of obstructions, rescue operations,   public enlightenment, enforcement and others.

“He further informed him of the Corps products which includes production of drivers’ license and Vehicle Number Plates.”

The release also has it that during the visit,  the naval outpost commander  also visited the vehicle number plate  production plant where he was conducted round the plant  by the sector commander and his management team.

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