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Delta Petrol Tanker Fire: 3 Persons Died, 3 Injured, Four Vehicles Burnt – FRSC

The Delta State Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, Alphonsus Halim Godwin, has confirmed the death of three persons in the petrol tanker fire that occurred on Wednesday around Koko junction along the Benin-Sapele Road. Contrary to an earlier media reports that no fewer than 20 persons were reportedly burnt beyond recognition,

FRSC to Sanction Erring Officers

The Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, has warned that it would sanction any of its officers found culpable in the issuance of fake drivers’ license. Charles Akpabio, zonal commanding officer, Zone RS5, in charge of Edo, Delta and Anambra states disclosed this at the decoration ceremony of six newly promoted officers of the corps at

FRSC To Promote Bicycles

Bicycles merchants in the country may soon be smiling to the bank as the Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC, has restated its plan to promote the use of bicycles as an alternative means of transportation. Luka Kinya, FRSC zonal commander, Osun, Ondo and Oyo States, revealed this at the launch of the Commission’s annual ‘National

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Don’t Rely on Charms, FRSC tells Drivers

The Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, Ogun State Command on Wednesday cautioned commercial drivers and motorists shuttling roads in the state to desist from relying on charms and other pseudo supernatural powers as a means of escaping auto crashes. Adegoke Adetunji, the Sector Commander, stated this at a public sensitization programme organized by the command

Yuletide: FRSC Calls for Safe Driving

As part of efforts to reduce incidences of road traffic crashes, before and during Christmas and New Year celebrations, the Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC has flagged off this year’s ’ember months’ public enlightenment Campaign in Lagos. The campaign was flagged off on Tuesday in Lagos State with a call on motorists to imbibe care

FRSC To Regulate Speed Limits with Meters

The Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, said it has obtained approval to begin the use of speed limiters and speed meters to reduce motor accidents on Nigerian roads. Spokesperson of the FRSC Corps, Commander Stella Uchegbu, stated this on Wednesday, September 3 in an interactive session with journalists organized by the Forum for Spokespersons of

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