FRSC To Schools: Include Road Safety Course In Curriculum

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has urged schools management to consider introducing road safety course in their curriculum, in order to familiarise children with the etiquette of safety at a much younger age.

Deputy Corps Commander, Lagos Command, A.S Oyegade, stated this at the Indomie Fan Club (IFC) Road Safety Quiz Competition organised in partnership with FRSC Lagos, Ogun and Abuja Commands.

According to Oyegade, equipping children with the knowledge of safety early in life will reduce the incidence of accidents and disobedience to safety rules in the country.

FRSC To Schools: Include Road Safety Course In Curriculum

The Deputy Corps Commander, who also encouraged school operators to establish road safety club in schools, commended Indomie for promoting safety and the brand consistency in sustaining the initiative.

“The competition assessed the level of understanding of road safety protocols by the pupils of various IFC-supported schools, after months of enlightenment on road safety rules by officials of the corps.

“This initiative has in a great way enhanced road safety education in the country,” he noted.



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