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Thursday, September 19, 2019

Anambra FRSC To Drill ATMA Officials On Safety

“The training is in furtherance to our resolve to ensure safe traffic environment for all road users by ensuring that motorists comply strictly to traffic rules and regulations,” Kumapayi said.

Overspeeding Causes Fatality In Lagos-Ibadan Expressway Road Crash

Mr Clement Oladele, The Ogun State Sector Commander of the FRSC, confirmed that the accident which occurred around Redemption Camp main gate at Mowe involved a Volkswagen car with registration number EGB 608 XA and a bus with registration number LSD 933 XQ.

Road Safety Regulations: FRSC Train NCC Staff

FRSC Boss, Boboye Oyeyemi
Workers of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) were on Friday in Abuja, trained on the use of road, regulations and safety, by The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC).

Road safety: FRSC reveals why mothers must be involved

The Enugu Sector Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has commenced the distribution of fliers containing safety tips as well as state’s emergency security, rescue and medical numbers to assist mothers and their families in times of emergencies. According to the Enugu Sector Commander of FRSC, Ogbonna Kalu, this was part of strategies to ramp up knowledge of...

FRSC Partners Osun Churches, Mosques On Safety Sensitisation

“We visited churches, mosques, garages, motor parks, market places and media houses to ensure the message of safety consciousness gets to them,’’ Oke said.

2 Die In Benue Trailer Accident

The accident, Baba explained, was so ghastly that the FRSC found it virtually difficult to identify the victims.

Ban Alcohol Sale At Imo Park – FRSC Implores Lawmakers

Udoma pointed out that virtually all alcoholic drinks sold at the car parks were laced with marijuana and other stimulants, adding that such a ban will help curb the high rate of road crashes prevalent in the state.

We Recorded 80 Fatalities In 3 Months – Ogun FRSC

The Ogun State Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says 80 fatalities were recorded in road crashes across the state between April and June 2019. This much was disclosed at a stakeholders forum by the Ogun State Sector Commander of the corps, Mr Clement Oladele. During the forum which was held by the Sango-Ota Unit in Ogun state, Oladele...

FRSC Records 30% Reduction In Road Crashes In Anambra

“I want to say that the media contributed to this reduction and want to ask you to continue to support us because road safety is a shared responsibility,” he said.

FRSC Begins “Safe-To-Load” Tanker Training In Lagos

The training which was specially held for its desk officers at depots and tank farms, will help them better carry out a thorough supervision and check on tankers and articulated vehicles at the different depots before loading.
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