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Road safety enforcement

Road Safety Enforcement… (1)

September 20, 2016

“The healthy exchange of thoughts and concepts breeds thorough analysis of contemporary law enforcement issues and techniques and invokes beneficial change” – Connie L. Patrick Welcome dear readers to September! Connie’s quote is very apt in this month’s edition and subsequent discuss on the subject of law enforcement. I hope we gain proper perspective to […]

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“Tyre Safety (3)”

July 1, 2016

By Samuel Akinfe Is it not amazing we have gone half way into the year already? Always looking forward to share tips and expand on what we know…welcome to July! So much information is being shared on Tyre safety; I wouldn’t want to go over them again, but it will do us good if we […]

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“Tyre Safety (2)”

June 1, 2016

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 […]

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“Before speed limiting device…”

March 2, 2016

I can’t believe we are in March, the months are moving in so fast; we may have to install a “limiting device” on it so we can make much use of it before another month rolls in…Welcome to March. It is good having you read this column every month; I do hope I am making […]

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Learning to drive in Nigeria

July 8, 2015

Samuel Akinfe Learning to drive in Nigeria is different from what is obtainable in other places in the world. If you ask different people, I bet you will get different answers on this subject. This portrays a disturbing trend in how much we take life serious in our country. With the alarming rate of road […]

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CHILDREN AND ROAD SAFETY

June 2, 2015

There was a time in the world when children were loved, truly cared for, appreciated and thus considered as leaders of tomorrow; the child was well nurtured , protected, instructed and cherished to meet the task of leadership ahead.

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