A joint road safety campaign involving 240 law enforcement officers dedicated to maintaining law and order on the national roads over the Easter weekend, was officially launched at Otjiwarongo yesterday. Roads Authority executive for transportation, Sidney Boois said intensified road patrols and the regular mounting of fixed and mobile roadblocks on the B1 road between Okahandja, Otjiwarongo, and Otavi will take place. Boois told the Namibia Press Agency that the operation will be known as ‘Easter Zero Road Deaths,’ adding that it will run from 14 April 2022 to 18 April.
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