A fatal road accident on Yangoji-Gwagwalada Road in Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory on Sunday, 18 September 2022, has killed 19 persons and injured 8 others.
At the Road Marshal Assistant Drivers Basic Course Passing Out Parade (POP) held at the FRSC Marshal Inspectorate Training School, Owa-Alero, Delta State, Gov. Okowa listed ways to reduce road accidents in Nigeria.
While meeting with UN Secretary General Special Envoy and FRSC Corps Marshal, Vice President Osinbajo explained what the President Buhari administration was doing to ensure the safety and protection of the lives and well-being of people in Nigeria.
By NAN The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) on Saturday cautioned its personnel against chasing erring motorists no matter the traffic offence committed. The FRSC Corps Public Education Officer, Mr Bisi Kazeem, […]
Going by the official figures of the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), more than 2,800 Nigerians had their lives short-circuited by road disasters within six months last year. According to the data agency, out of the figure, 1,538 died in the fourth quarter of 2018.
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has begun the process of a nationwide recruitment following recent approval by the federal government.
No fewer than 18 persons have been confirmed dead in an accident involving a Ford Explorer jeep and a Mazda bus at Alapako area on Lagos /Ibadan Expressway on Sunday.