What Time Is Right…?

On my way to church early this morning, I saw FRSC officials lined up some vehicles for their usual routine checks. Then I thought, ‘it’s a Sunday morning, why would they keep disturbing people going to their place of worship (this has become a usual practice on their part)?’

Almost immediately, I dismissed the thought. Come to think of it, when we also encounter them on weekdays, we’d say they are ‘adaniduro d’onigbeses’ (who won’t allow us breath, lol). 

Photo credit: The Herald News Nigeria

So I wondered, what time and day exactly is right for this government agency to carry out its lawful duties?

Well, this is not to down play the fact that some of them work just for their pockets. However, I believe we are able to withstand their shenanigans only when we remain on the right side of the law.

It therefore will not bother us if they decide to be on the roads all the days of their lives!๐Ÿ˜œ

Mo wiire abi mo o wiire?

By the way, Federal Road Safety Corps is the Government Agency with statutory responsibilities for road safety administration in Nigeria. 

The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) Nigeria was established in 1988. 

The FRSC is the lead agency in Nigeria on road safety administration and management. 

The statutory functions include: Making the highways safe for motorists and other road users as well as checking road worthiness of vehicles, recommending works and infrastructures to eliminate or minimize accidents on the highways and educating motorists and members of the public on the importance of road discipline on the highways.
Source: Wikipedia 

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