Re – Mob Action

FRSC’s attention has been drawn to what is currently trending online that mob attacked FRSC officials for allegedly demanding bribe in Ichida Anambra. This is not correct, as the true position is that an offending Okada man who sighted our personnel on normal patrol , suddenly turned to escape arrest and fell in the process. His fall attracted sympayhy from miscreants and other okada men who then seized the oppourtunity to mob the personnel.

.‎.Bisi Kazeem, Head, Media Relations and Strategy, FRSC

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