FRSC Boss Decry Motorists Attack on Officials

  The Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps, Boboye Oyeyemi has lamented increasing rate of violence by motorists against the corps’ officials. He made this known Friday, March 24 in an address delivered at the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), Nigeria chapter 2017 Safety Summit which held at Lagos Oriental Hotel, Lekki. […]

Lack of Fire Extinguishers, Cautions Signs, Others Remain Bookable Traffic Offences – FRSC

  The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has debunked widely circulated rumours that it was permanently suspending booking of light signs violation, and lack of fire extinguishers and caution signs, as traffic offences. The Corps made this known in a Monday, January 9 statement signed by its Head of Media and Strategy, Corps Commander Bisi […]

Experts Seek Synergy to Improve Road Safety Enforcement

Inter-agency cooperation, collaboration and coordination of activities have been identified as a veritable tool to improve road safety enforcement in Nigeria. This was made known in an 8-point communique issued and sent to Safety Record Newspaper at the conclusion of the annual Road Safety National Conference organized by Road Safety Coalition (RSC) which held recently. […]

“Tyre Safety (2)”

It is the right thing to continue to enlighten ourselves, educate and create awareness; we will continue to highlights things we need to know to stay safe on the road. Welcome to the sixth month, June is here! Our first shot at “Tyre Safety” was on selection, if we get selection wrong; anything we do […]

4,000 Vehicles are Arrested Daily for Excessive Overloading – FRSC Boss

The FRSC Corps Marshal, Mr. Boboye Oyeyemi has disclosed that speed limit violation by motorists has remained one of the most probable causes of road traffic crashes which accounted for 26.5% of cases in 2015. Speaking with journalists in Lagos on May 21, Mr. Oyeyemi said National Road Safety Advisory Council (NRSAC) has been proposed […]

NRSS projects 35% reduction in road fatality beyond 2016

The Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) Mr. Boyoye Oyeyemi has disclosed that Nigeria Road Safety Strategy (NRSS) is projecting a 35% reduction in road traffic crash fatality rate by 2016 and beyond. Nigeria Road Safety Strategy (NRSS) 2016 -2018 is a medium-term plan developed by the FRSC and its enforcement has been approved […]