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Road Safety

Apapa gridlock: Senate tasks SON, FRSC on minimum standards for articulated vehicles

March 2, 2016

25th February, 2016 Senate on Wednesday called on the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) as well as the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) to implement minimum standards for articulated vehicles imported into Nigeria to ensure that they meet import standards. This followed consideration of the report of Senate Committee on Marine Transport in respect of […]

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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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Speed Limit Device will Reduce Highway Carnage, Says FRSC

December 6, 2015

<span class=”byline”>24 Nov. 2015.</span>&nbsp; Much as good road network with appropriate road furniture such as road markings and signs can be a strong determinant for safer road use, looking at the situation objectively, it is might not be fair to completely attribute road crashes to the state of Nigerian roads because the human factor remains […]

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FRSC to Impound Rickety Vehicles in Nigeria

October 6, 2015

9th September, 2015 Corp Marshal, Federal Road Safety Corps, Mr Boboye Oyeyemi, on Wednesday in Lagos, ordered the impounding of all rickety trucks plying the roads. Oyeyemi gave the directive while addressing newsmen at a one-day workshop on safety on the roads tagged “Safe-To-Load” for Depot and Tank Farms owners, to ensure that all trucks […]

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American agency to enhance safety on Nigerian roads

August 6, 2015

28 July 2015 The Nigerian Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) has expressed its interest in partnering with the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) to create road safety awareness locally. This would enhance FRSC’s ongoing efforts to make the Nigerian roads safer. President of the Society in Nigeria, Kamaldeen Abiodun, disclosed the […]

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Nigeria records significant injury, mortality from auto crashes — Perm Sec

July 8, 2015

June 24, 2015 Mrs. Winifred Oyo-Ita, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Science and Technology, said on Wednesday that Nigeria has been recording a significant number of injury and mortality from road traffic crashes. Oyo-Ita said this in a speech delivered at the opening of 3-day international conference with the theme: “Roadmap to Safe, Efficient and […]

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Cornerstone partners FRSC on “Safe Route to School” campaign

July 8, 2015

June 24, 2015 Underwriting firm, Cornerstone Insurance Plc has partnered with Federal Road Safety Corps Zone 2, Lagos to launch a project aimed at reducing student related casualties on the roads en-route to school. The campaign tagged, “Safe Route to School” is a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative of Cornerstone and it focuses on the […]

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FRSC Preventive Medicine for Road Crashes – Soyinka

June 2, 2015

22 May 2015 Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka, recently described the existence of the Federal Road Safety Corps as a preventive medicine for road crashes that is required by all. He also reiterated the call for the establishment of Road Safety Clubs in schools across the country. Soyinka, the pioneer Corps Marshal at the inception […]

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FRSC Reveals Real Cost Of Obtaining A Driver’s Licence

June 2, 2015

May 20, 2015 The Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Mr Boboye Oyeyemi, has revealed the real cost of obtaining a driver’s licence in the country. The Nigerian Tribune reported that, Boboye, while speaking in Abuja, said the real cost of obtaining a driver’s licence from the corp was N6,350. He made […]

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