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Our job is to prevent road crashes – FRSC boss tells personnel

“It is not part of our job to run after any driver, because we have seen so many cases that a driver who is running to avoid being questioned or arrested got involved in fatal accident,"

Road crashes: 83 fatalities recorded in Edo in 5 months

road crash
Road crashes in Edo State claimed 83 lives between January and May 2019, the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has said. The Sector Commander of FRSC in Edo State, Mr Anthony Oko, stated this at the Second Quarter Retreat held for corps personnel in Benin on Tuesday, June 25. Oko said that the fatalities were recorded in 112 road crashes in...

LASTMA dismisses fears of motorists over new traffic laws

Sanwo-Olu and LASTMA officials
He stated that the 2018 Traffic laws was an upgrade on the 2012 Traffic laws and important in order to curb the growing rate of traffic offences in the state

Lagos govt arraigns 13 workers for attacking LASTMA officials

Abayomi, who is currently in the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) receiving treatments, revealed that the incident was not the first of its kind as 7Up company staff members constantly attack them in their line of duty

Distress Calls: FRSC Admonishes Officers On Quick Response

“I call on all FRSC personnel to be dedicated to their duties as the management will ensure proper implementation of the reward and punishment policy of the corps,”

7 die, 36 injured in 21 road rashes in Ogun – FRSC

Scene of an accident
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has said that most of the road accidents recorded in the country was down to human factor than any other factor.

Lagos Imposes N200, 000 Fine On Traffic Offenders

“But giving them a fine of N50,000 is like a slap on the wrist. But with N200,000 fine or risk of impounding and being shown on camera during the mobile court trial, they will think twice

FRSC, Bloggers Partner Over Road Crashes

FRSC Boss, Boboye Oyeyemi
The Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, has revealed that the agency has sought the assistance of the Guild of Professional Bloggers of Nigeria (GPBN) in sensitising road users in Nigeria. This, the Corps Marshal said, was aimed at checking the high rate of fatalities on Nigerian roads. He made this known on Monday when...

ABC Transport Collaborates With FRSC, Assures Passengers Of Safety

MD of ABC Transport, FRANK NNEJI
At the ceremony organized for its 514 drivers and attendants, Nneji explained that the need to promote safety was borne out of the actions of various agencies and bodies who had entreated the company in the past on

8 Fatalities Recorded In Multiple Crashes on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

Ondo road crash
While informing that the injured victims were rushed to the Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital (OOUTH), Sagamu and the Fambis Hospital, Mowe, respectively, for treatment, he cautioned drivers to always keep to the speed limit of 50km per hour
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