The Federal Road Safety Corps says it has deployed 330 personnel and four ambulances ahead of President Muhammadu Buhari’s two-day working visit to Jigawa State, beginning from Monday.
The FRSC Sector Commander in the state, Mr Angus Ibezim, made this known to the News Agency of Nigeria in Dutse on Saturday.
Ibezim said that the personnel include 70 officers, 205 marshals and 55 special marshals.
The sector commander added that 15 patrol vehicles and two heavy duty towing trucks are also prepared for the president’s visit.
According to him, the personnel will be stationed at strategic locations and other flash points to control traffic, crowd and conduct rescue mission in case of any eventuality.
Ibezim further stated that the officers would partner other security agencies in the state in providing maximum security throughout the period.
However, he said that the deployment of the personnel and equipment would commence on May 13.
NAN also reports that Buhari is expected to inaugurate five “regional roads” and five township roads across the state, among other activities, during the visit.
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