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Saturday, September 21, 2019

FRSC Bans Dangote From Driving Trucks At Night

“Dangote Trucks [are] not allowed to drive from 7pm to 7am, any of the company’s truck found around that time will be impounded at sight. “Foreign number plates on the company’s trucks [will] be replaced with Nigeria Number Plates before 31 December, 2019.

Ogun: 262 persons die in road crashes in 8 months – FRSC

He stated that over 1,434 people were injured in the 530 crashes recorded in the period in review. He pointed out that most of the crashes occurred at areas of.......

Bauchi – Jos Accident: 1 Dead, 7 ATBU Students Injured

He further stated that the Sharon which contained six students of the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU) and their driver, was heading to Bauchi when the collision with the Vectra occurred.

‘Employ Only Certified Drivers’ – FRSC Tells School Proprietors

He also cautioned parents against using motorcycles to transport their pupils.

Road Safety: FRSC Confirm 24-Hour Operation On Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

As well as ensuring safety on the road during this period, Obayemi stated that the Corps were putting everything in place to enable travelers reach their destinations via the expressway without delays.

(Photos): PSP truck burnt on Lagos road

PSP truck burnt at Cele link bridge, Iyana Itire
A waste truck belonging to an unidentified Private Sector Participant (PSP) operator was today burnt in Lagos. According to the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency Response Unit (LRU), the incident occurred on the Cele Link Bridge inward Iyana Itire. The unit said that although the incident did not cause traffic backlog, officers were on ground to monitor the situation. See photos of...

Road Safety: FRSC Calls For Inter-Agency Cooperation

“In the last three years, speeding has contributed to 65 per cent of road traffic crashes and that is why the workshop is meant to foster synergy between the military and paramilitary,’’ he said.

NSC reaffirms need for transport safety in Nigeria

Executive Secretary, Nigerian Shippers ‘Council, during the ground breaking ceremony of the Truck Transit Park in Potiskum on Wednesday.
“Road transport accounts for about 90 per cent of freight movement. Therefore, the safety of cargo on the highway must be given a priority,” Bello said.

3 die in Lagos-Ibadan Expressway crash

The Ogun State Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps (TRACE) has confirmed the death of three persons in a road crash involving a Toyota Sienna and a Mack tipper on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. The spokesman of the corps, Mr. Babatunde Akinbiyi, said that 12 persons, including 10 adults and two children, were involved in the Monday accident that occurred at Onigaari...

Road safety: FRSC cautions motorists ahead of ’ember months’

“I want to passionately appeal to our motorists both private and commercial, to please obey all traffic rules and regulations, check your vehicles and fix any fault and also attend to fault signals before hitting the road.
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