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Date: November 9th, 2018

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Averting Auto Crash This Christmas Period

December 6, 2015

A significant number of Nigeria’s over 160 million see the month of December as one opportunity to reunite with family and friends at Christmas; this they achieve by travelling a long distance on Nigerian deadly highways to their home towns or on holiday. Ember months are the last four months in a calendar year. The […]

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Religious organisations and road safety education

December 6, 2015

The World Health Organisation Reports revealed that about 1.4 million deaths and over 50 million injuries are attributed to road accidents every year globally with most of them occurring in African Countries (including Nigeria). Nigeria was recently ranked as the third country with the highest rate of accidents and fatalities among 193 countries and thereby […]

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Traffic Regulation and Passengers’ Safety

December 6, 2015

In climes where law reigns supreme and lives treasured, effective traffic regulation and passengers’ right to comfort is the order of the day. All road users if not all citizens are at home with the traffic laws. These laws are clearly spelt out and a dividing line drawn between the functions of various kinds of […]

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Road Safety In Nigeria: Could This Be Light at the End of Our Tunnel?

November 11, 2015

In Nigeria, road safety means different things to different people; every initiative to upturn the status quo is viewed with a lot of reservation, from seat belt campaign to crash helmet, vehicle road worthiness to speed limit device, truck crashes to yearly “Ember months” propaganda and lots more. Somebody blames someone except themselves while everybody […]

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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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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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Stopping Distance: Keeping a safe distance Behind other vehicles

January 8, 2015

Most rear end collisions are caused by drivers following too closely behind the vehicle travelling in front of them.The gap between your vehicle and the vehicle in front is known as the ‘following distance’.Maintaining a safe following distance gives you sufficient time to react to emergency situations. The safe following distance will vary with your […]

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