The Almighty God, has been described as the ‘Chief Traffic Controller’, of the affairs of human beings. This view was expressed over the weekend, by the Pastor -in -Charge of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Shekinah Glory, Zonal Headquarters, (Province 5) Edo State, Oluku, Benin City, Frank Amegor, when officers and men of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Rd 5. 16, based in Oluku, Benin City, rounded up the ‘2020 Accident Victims Remembrance Week,’ with a Special Thanksgiving Service, at the Church Auditorium.
Pastor Frank Amegor said all Christians should make it a point of duty to obey constituted authorities always, especially traffic officers who are mandated to save lives on Nigerian roads.
According to the Redeemed Pastor:” The Almighty God is interested in the earthly activities of human kind, especially the movement of his children from one location to another. When God tells you to move it is for a purpose (Genesis 12 verse 1); when we obey a constituted authority like the Federal Road Safety Corps ( FRSC), safety of lives (and vehicles with contents) is guaranteed on our roads. Therefore, all Christians should obey constituted authorities, especially the Chief Traffic Controller, who is God Almighty”
The Assistant Corps Commander (ACC), Emmanuel Usman Arigu, who led the Federal Road Safety Corps personnel to the Thanksgiving Service, used the occasion to eloquently educate the audience on the need for motorists to take very good care of their vehicles and abide by traffic rules. ACC Arigu also advised the Federal Road Maintenance Agency (FERMA) and other stakeholders involved in the repair and maintenance of state/federal roads to always ensure that contractors handling the road projects adhere strictly to the usage of highly quality materials in order for our roads to last longer for the benefits of road users across the country.
In his words:” There is no substitute for standard and quality materials for fixing Nigerian roads for the comfort of road users in our country”.
The special service was attended by parishioners and a sizable numbers of officers and men of the FRSC.