Federal Road Safety Corps ends 48-hour gridlock at Obajana, Kogi.
Written by News Room on April 10, 2022
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) on Saturday brought a 48-hour gridlock at Obajana, Kogi, to an end.
Assistant Corps Commander of the FRSC at the Zariagi, Kogi Unit, Moses Odogiyon, lamented perennial gridlock in the area when he spoke with Newsmen. He said strenuous efforts by FRSC officials brought the 48-hour gridlock to an end only on Saturday evening.
The Assistant Corps Commander of the FRSC advised motorists, especially the articulated vehicles, tankers, trucks and trailers to always comply with FRSC directives and control whenever the gridlock occurs.
The gridlock was caused by multiple breakdown of obsolete trucks along the Kabba-Lokoja-Abuja Road.
The Obajana portion of the road which hosts the Dangote Cement factory is notorious for the perennial gridlock in the area.