“Huge numbers of vehicle accident in the Country due to unconscious and unqualified drivers” – Says RADS Program Coordinator

By Emmanuel Mafelah| GNN Central Liberia Correspondent |

Mr. William Farr Junior

The Coordinator of the Royal Aid Driving School in Gbarnga, Bong County Mr. William Farr Junior says Liberia is experiencing a huge numbers of vehicle accident in the Country due to unconscious and unqualified drivers in the traffic.

“Liberians continue to die in car accident, motorcycle accidents in the Country from time to time; so the government needs to go carter to Liberians driver by creating them training such as road safety awareness in order to know various sign of the traffic,” Mr. William Farr Junior stressed.

“I want to battle the increase numbers of accidents in the Country, but the government of Liberia through the ministry of Transport will need to aids us the this struggle of saving lives in the Country, it is a difficult war to fight but with the help of all Liberian we will get there” he said.

“I appreciate engaging new drivers in the traffic, this has actually inspired RADS to set up a few initiatives, such as creating awareness on road safety teaching motorcyclist and vehicle divers for the safety of lives,” Mr. Farr Junior added.

He said the Royal Aid Driving School’s was established between 2012-2013 with the aim of providing training for Liberian drivers and motorcyclist who are desirous of acquiring knowledge in driving, know various sign in the traffic for the  transformation of their communities and their lives for the better.

Mr. William Farr Junior said since the establishment of  the Royal Aid Driving School’s in Bong County, they has been able to graduates little over one hundred students from the County many of whom are self-reliance and contributing to the society.

The Royal Aid Driving School’s (RADS) Program Coordinator is at the same time appealing to humanitarians organizations, Well-meaning Liberian join him the battling the against the increase of motor car accidents in the Country.

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