FRSC assists woman in labour to deliver a baby girl
Some of the officers of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), RS2.23 Mowe unit command of Ogun State Sector Command, rendered assistance to a woman in labour while in transit on Friday.
In a statement by the Corps Public Education Officer (CPEO), FRSC, Assistant Corps Marshal Bisi Kazeem, who said that the assistance became imperative to save the pregnant woman and her baby.
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According to him, while on patrol at Mowe, the team led by Deputy Route Commander Damilola Osiyemi of Mowe Unit Command assisted a woman who was in labour around 1430hours on Friday.
“The woman, Mrs. Ola of No 7, Aiyegbami street Sagamu boarded a vehicle Mitsubishi space wagon with Reg No: FKJ 904 HE from Sagamu.
“She was sighted i n labour and she was later rushed to Broad Life Hospital, Olowotedo near NASFAT area, Mowe Ogun State by the team where she later delivered a baby girl.
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Kazeem said that the command would not relent on its determination to do anything that would safeguard the lives and property of the residents of Ogun on the road and Nigeria at large .
He urged all motorists to desist from breaking traffic rules and regulations to reduce traffic congestions and feel free to seek help whenever needed from their operatives on the road.
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