NEWS Association against rising road accidents in Benue

Association against rising road accidents in Benue

An NGO backed by Rima Deck is warning drivers not to drive under the influence of alcohol and other harmful substances that can damage their vision and reduce concentration during and after Christmas and New Year celebrations.

Dyke issued the warning at a driver awareness campaign in Makurdi, the capital of Benue state, to mark the association’s 70th anniversary, under the hashtag: “Serve humanity”, during which they invited members of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC). Members alert drivers to the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol.

Speaking to drivers and officials of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), Dr Capone Dr Nicholas Akan, who covers parts of Benue, Cross River, Obudu and Nasarawa states, said the At the same time, various branches of the association held different activities across states to celebrate the 70th anniversary of its establishment.

He said, “In Benue, our goal today is to keep the man and woman who drives a car mentally alert to drive his vehicle to any safe destination with passengers, that’s why we decided to This site looks at how we can contribute in a minimal way to safety especially driving in the embers.”

He described alcohol as a depressant that slows down the central nervous system, including the brain, causing vision loss and distraction while driving.

Leadership learned that Rima Deck is a division of the National Fur Seal Association (NAS), also known as Pyrates Confraternity.

Highlighting the impact of Rima Deck in Benue State, Akan said that NAS was founded in 1952 as the university campus fraternity of the Premier University of Ibadan, Nigeria, and has touched the lives of the local community through numerous humanitarian projects over the years, in line with the organization task.

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