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Two Die In Abeokuta Road Crash

The crash involved a Toyota Camry, Volkswagen Bora and two Bajaj motorcycles.

FRSC Arrest 3000 For Using Phones While Driving

FRSC Boss, Boboye Oyeyemi
“This bad driving behaviour has over the years led to several crashes that have resulted in wanton loss of lives and even permanent disabilities in some instances.

Anambra FRSC Embarks On Road Safety Walk

Barrister Emma Nwakeze, the State Controller of Nigeria Prisons, emphasized that road safety was the responsibility of every well meaning Nigerian, saying that all hands need to be on deck.

FRSC Calls For Implementation Of Laws Enforcing Safety On Roads

” Young and innocent Nigerians are dying everyday on the roads, it is time for our leaders to be like you, Journalists, Teachers, Religious leaders, Lawyers, Drivers and Artisans to speak out in one voice to protect souls.

Road Crashes: 36 Fatalities Recorded In Edo, Delta, Anambra In 1st Quarter

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The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says 36 fatalities were recorded from road traffic crashes in Edo, Delta, Anambra States between January and March 2019. The corps said 34 fatalities were recorded in the three states within the same period in 2018. The three states make up Zone 5 of the FRSC headquartered in Benin. The Zonal Commanding Officer (ZCO), Mr Kehinde Adeleye...

102 Fatalities Recorded On Ogun Roads In 4 Months – FRSC

He cited PMB estate, near Kobape as one of the danger spots for motorists in the state.

Yobe Road Crash: Two Pedestrians, Driver Die

Safety Record authoritatively gathered that the driver was over speeding and lost handle of the car.

Five Out of 18 “Safe Corridors” Activated – FRSC

“As professionals, we must think outside the box and bring about new innovations into our day to day discharge of responsibilities. “We have challenges in the field. “We need to reduce road traffic crashes

Road Safety: FRSC Seeks Laws To Control Motorcycles

While also hailing the ban placed by the Nigerian army on motorcycle riders in bandit-infested areas in the North, he reckoned that a huge percentage of road crashes in the Sokoto metropolis were caused by these riders.

FRSC Collaborates With Religious,Traditional Leaders On Safety

“The aim is to promote awareness on ways to make the road safe for all users, which is one of the objectives of the UN Global Road Safety Week.
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