TRACE CHARGES OPERATIVES TO RENDER NECESSARY ASSISTANCE TO MOTORISTS IN OGUN - TMnews Magazine Online

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TRACE CHARGES OPERATIVES TO RENDER NECESSARY ASSISTANCE TO MOTORISTS IN OGUN

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The Ogun Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps (TRACE) has charged operatives of the agency to render necessary and friendly assistance to motorists in order to reduce stress that may confronting them on the highway.

The Ogun Corps Commander of TRACE, Mr Seni Ogunyemi, made the charge while speaking to a group of journalists in Ota,Ogun.

Ogunyemi stressed the need for such assistance, following the ugy incident that occurred at the Headquarter, Abeokuta,where a man took his life by taking snipper,after his inability to pay statutory fine.

The TRACE boss said that operatives should be on duty for 24 hours, especially at black spots and respond quickly to emergency situations from motorists.

He urged operatives to help promptly in assisting motorists to convinent locations in the case of vehicle broke down.

Ogunyemi specified vehicles having mechanical faults, fuel issues, in need of direction and other complain should be assisted in every possible way.

He also said, "The motoring public can always come to the TRACE headquarters to seek redress when dissatisfied with any treatment meted against them in any of our Command centers"

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