Boboye Oyeyemi, the Corps Marshal of Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) announced this at a Stakeholders meeting on Presidential Directive on the Enforcement of Speed Limiting Device in Abuja.
He said the essence of the meeting was to convey presidential directive on the enforcement of the installation of speed limiting device.
He said there was no more room for request for any form of extension. “hence, this meeting is to convey presidential directive,” he said.
Oyeyemi recalled that the full enforcement for the installation of speed limiting device ought to have started from the June 1, which was later shifted September.
According to him, President Buhari has directed the FRSC to work with the stakeholders to commerce full enforcement in 2016.
The corps marshal thanked the stakeholders for their support to the policies and programs of the FRSC in the country.
The FRSC boss said the commission would continue to raise the level of public awareness on the implementation of the presidential directive from November to December.
He added FRSC, with the support of the National Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO), had carried out a successful campaign rally in northwest state of Kano.
He said so far there are 16 vendors which were certified by the Standard Organization of Nigeria (SON) and FRSC. Enditem