The Federal Road Safety Commission is the body saddled with the responsibility of ensuring the safety of motorists and highways in Nigeria. In the exercise of their responsibility, they have the power to arrest and prosecute any motorist who they reasonably believe to have flouted the laid down regulations and committed a traffic offence.
According to data analysis provided by the Federal Road Safety Commission, about 20,000 vehicles are involved in accidents every year in Nigeria. Most of these road accidents occur at night, and they result in the loss of lives. This article will enlighten you with some useful information that would be of good use to you when you are driving, especially at night.
FRSC Recruitment: The difficulty in registering in the past few days has become a cause for worry to teeming Nigerians The Federal Road Safety Commission which opened it's recruitment portal for application on the 13th July 2021 and has been slated to close midnight of today - 24th August, 2021.
The FRSC Recruitment 2021/2022 is Currently Ongoing for qualified candidates who wish to join the Federal Road Safety Commission Officer cadre (Assistant Route Commander), Marshal Inspectorate Cadre, and Road Marshal Assistant Cadre in the Local Government Areas (LGAs) across the Country. How to Apply for FRSC Recruitment 2021/2022
It was an interesting Friday morning around Maraba area of Abuja, the nation's capital as two officers of the Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC, were seen feeding themselves publicly. This romantic act by the male and female FRSC officials caught the attention of passers-by as they stared in amazement.
On the Thursday edition of the Journalists' Hangout, Babajide Kolade-Otitoju, expressed his thoughts on the death of 5 NYSC members in an auto crash. Here's what Babajide Kolade-Otitoju said: "The Federal Road Safety Commission(FRSC) and the National Youth Service Corp(NYSC), have warned repeatedly against traveling at night because the driver can fall asleep.
The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) announced the commencement of a fresh recruitment exercise on July 13, 2021. Many candidates have however find it difficult to apply. While some candidates have problem passport upload, others have issues with loading of local government areas. There are also complaints about inability to receive the confirmation email.
Two people yesterday lost their lives in an autocrash, which involved a truck, a Toyota Camry and a motorcyclist, leaving many others injured.The accident which occurred along the Akure Airport road in Oba-Ile was said to have been caused by over-speeding by the driver of the trailer.
Although, it was not actually clear where this incident happened in Lagos, and when in particular, but the emergence of the video clip showing a group of school students beating a masquerade has caused social media uproar.
The federal and Anambra State Governments have concluded plans to embark on palliative work on the failed portion of the Onitsha -Owerri express road. The Federal Comptroller of Works , Anambra State, Ashanni Adeyemi made this known during a joint inspection of the area by zonal director of Works , Owerri, federal Comptroller of Works Anambra state, Anambra State Commissioner of Works, Anambra state Sector Commander Federal Road Safety Commission , the Police and other sister agencies.
Seat belts could be extremely uncomfortable sometimes. At other times, you may find yourself in such a hurry that you forget to wear them. This would however not take away their importance as they could be life savers during accidents or emergencies. Most injured road accident victims sustain such injuries as a result of them not wearing seat belts.
Safety measures must be put in place when driving. This is because careless driving can lead to the loss of lives and property. However, it is unfortunate that some people distract themselves with earphones and claim to be having fun while they are driving. It is to this extent that the Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC has decided to put an end to such habit.
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Seven Die In Lekki-Epe Expressway Accident Seven persons died yesterday morning in auto crash on the Lekki-Epe Expressway, the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) has said.The accident occurred about 1am.The deceased comprising two men and five women were riding in a Lexus Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) and suspected to be drunk at the time of the crash.
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The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) has approved the promotion of 264 Deputy Route Commanders to the rank of Route Commanders. The FRSC Board also promoted 181 Assistant Route Commanders to the rank of Deputy Route Commanders, bringing to 445 the total number of personnel promoted.
Former President of Nigeria, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, has told the Federal Government that banditry in the country needs more than bullets for it to stop. The former president stated this on Sunday while making a speech at the 50th birthday reception of Chief Osita Chidoka, a former Corps Marshall of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC).
The crash of a single motor vehicle along Ilorin-Jebba expressway of Kwara State has taken the lives of 10 people. The auto crash which involved an 18-seater Hiace Bus occurred around 4pm on Tuesday. It was reported that the crash was caused by over speeding. Photo Credit: People's Gazette
Nigerian drivers applying for driver's licence from driving Schools will henceforth carry out a computer-based test (CBT) before the issuance of the said licence. The test will be conducted by the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC). According to SaharaReporters, the FRSC Sector Commander in Delta State, Patrick Okoyeocha, revealed this in a statement on Friday in Asaba.
A petrol tanker burst in the Amoke village of Apa Local Government Area in Benue State, killing at least three people. The incident happened early Monday morning when a vehicle transporting petroleum product caught fire in the region. According to Godfrey Idede, an eyewitness, the number of casualties has yet to be determined.
In order to ensure safe roads during and after the 2021 Eid-El-Fitri celebration, the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) has begun massive deployment and operational equipment for Sallah patrols.This operation is expected to run from Tuesday, May 11 to Monday, May 17, 2021.
The Federal Road Safety Commission has released statistics of its operation from 31 March, 2021 to 7 April, 2021.