The Federal Highway Security Corps has lamented that its places of work in Abia, Anambra, Delta, Edo, Imo, Lagos, and Enugu have been attacked by hoodlums.
Whereas among the places of work have been burnt, objects and properties have been stolen in others.
The Corps Public Training Officer, Assistant Corps Marshal, Bisi Kazeem, made this recognized in a press release titled, ‘#ENDSARS: FRSC decries incessant assault on personnel, Operational instruments’, on Friday.
He additionally decried incessant assaults on its personnel and operational instruments through the unrest within the nation.
Kazeem stated, “Upon the escalation of violence upon the nation, FRSC formations got here beneath bodily assaults ensuing within the burning down of places of work.
“This consists of Operational and different autos, damaging of sundry buildings and big looting of valuables of FRSC formations together with Drivers license Centres.
“No dwell of any employees had been misplaced. A employees sustained an harm at Benin toll gate unit command and at present receiving remedy.
“A number of the objects stolen and burnt in Aba South DLC are computer systems, printers, chairs, tables, Air conditioners, laptops, recordsdata, and followers amongst others.
“Anambra DLC was utterly vandalised. Delta State command operation base was affected. Auchi command’s 70-ton tow truck was burnt.
“Imo, Lagos and Enugu have been additionally among the many states affected throughout this Protest.”
Kazeem stated that the Corps would nonetheless proceed to reply to street visitors crashes and different emergencies.
He stated the Corps Marshal, FRSC, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, had directed that each one formations be positioned on alert to avert additional assaults.
He additionally suggested youth towards “ventilating their anger by vandalising authorities’s important infrastructure, however the provocation, frustrations and incitement”.