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FRSC corp Marshall, Oyeyemi decries unprovoked destruction of Yola office

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The Corp Marshall, Federal Roads Safety Corp (FRSC), Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi has yesterday decried the unwarranted and unprovoked destruction of Yola command saying that such action has constituted a great set back on the functions of the command.

Oyeyemi who was in the state for on the spot assessment of the destruction wrought on the command headquarters, called on residents to desist from destroying public and private properties adding that the telling effect will be felt by the generality of the populace.

During a courtesy call at the government house Yola, Oyeyemi told the deputy governor Seth Crowther who received him, that he was in the state to commiserate with the state government over the recent vandalization of government and private properties in the state occasioned by the #EndSARS protest.

The incident according to the FRSC Boss has left the state government and private individuals to count their losses to which the FRSC Adamawa State command was not spared.

While commending the government for its prompt response, Oyeyemi appealed for partnership by federal and state governments in order to rehabilitate the Yola command office.

The Corps Marshall told the deputy governor that plans to introduce number plates production plant in the state is underway for easy access by the motorists and other vehicle users in Adamawa and Taraba states.

He urged the state governments to compliment the effort by providing a fortified office accommodation for the purpose.

Responding, the deputy Governor Chief Crowther Seth frowned at the level of wanton destruction witnessed in the state and commended the action taken by Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri in his Swift response at tackling the problem.

He pledged the state government’s commitment to ensure that all damaged properties are rehabilitated adding that a committee has been empaneled to evaluate the damage done on both government and private properties with a view to giving the Federal and state government direction with which to partner in rehabilitating the damages.

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