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#EndSARS Protests Damaged 27 Of Our Vehicles – FRSC

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The Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi has come out to say that the agency lost about 27 patrol vehicles to the October #EndSARS protest.

He revealed this recently when he visited the FRSC Lagos State Command to see the extent of damage done to its properties by hoodlums pretending to be protesters.

According to him, Nigerians should be modest during the ember months as the level of damage Lagos State is currently battling is too much already.

He added that it is sad that the money meant for other activities will now be diverted in repairing some of these burnt offices in the state.

His words, “We witnessed the highest level of vandalism in Lagos State around Oko-Afo, Lekki and at our Ojodu Berger Headquarters.”

“It is colossal, I counted it myself 13 vehicles were burnt and three were vandalised in Lagos alone. I think we lost about 27 patrol vehicles nationwide.”

“We need to look for vehicles to begin skeletal services, especially in Lagos State. We can’t fold our arms because Lagos State accounts for about 33 per cent vehicular density in the country and we are moving towards the end of the year.

“Ember months is a critical period and that’s why Lagos State is the first point of my visit. We will rise and ensure our responsibilities are fulfilled.”

“To put a patrol vehicle on the road now will cost about N24 million. It is costly, but I have forwarded my reports to the Secretary to the Federal Government and he has promised to act on them.

“I enjoin Nigerians to be modest when they are doing things; the level of damage is too much; the money meant for other activities will now be diverted in repairing some of this burnt offices.”


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