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FRSC: 23 die in accidents in Borno

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Borno State has said 23 people lost their lives, while 90 others sustained injuries in 11 accidents on the Maiduguri-Benisheikh-Damaturu road, between January and November.
Speaking at the inauguration of a 969-metre `Rebisi’ dual carriage flyover in Port Harcourt, on Saturday, Minister of Works and Housing, by Mr Babatunde Fashola, who made the pronouncement also said that the Federal Government “is not in competition with any state’’ of the federation over project implementation.

Nigerian government orders parked trucks, trailers on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway to vacate

The Federal Government has ordered trucks and trailers parking on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway to vacate with immediate effect.
The Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, has appealed to the federal government to pay special attention on its roads spread across the state as the industrial hub of the country.

Governor Abiodun: Ogun roads deserve special status from federal government

The Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, has appealed to the federal government to pay special attention on its roads spread across the state as the industrial hub of the country.
Amaka Ndoma-Egba, wife of former Nigerian senator, Victor Ndoma-Egba, was killed in a motor accident along Benin-Akure Expressway.

Senator Ndoma-Egba’s wife, six others die in Ondo accident

Seven persons including Amaka Ndoma-Egba, wife of former Senate Leader, Senator Ndoma Egba, Thursday night lost their lives while not less than eight others, were critically injured in a fatal accident that involved four vehicles.
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) said it had deployed no fewer than 1,500 of its personnel to provide security during the Sept. 19 Edo governorship election.

Yuletide: FRSC assures safety in Imo

The Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, yesterday assured road users in Imo state of their safety during the yuletide celebration in the state.
The Lagos State Police Command on Tuesday deployed 1,000 policemen to different parts of the State to control traffic and enforce traffic nuisance.

Lagos traffic: Police deploy 1,000 officers, impound 357 vehicles

The Lagos State Police Command on Tuesday deployed 1,000 policemen to different parts of the State to control traffic and enforce traffic nuisance.
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Five kidnapped, two killed in attack on Abuja-Kaduna highway – official

The Kaduna State Government has said only five persons were kidnapped during Sunday’s attack on commuters along Abuja-Kaduna highway.

FRSC: Road accident kills one, injures five in Osun

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Osun has said that one person was killed and five others injured in a road accident which occurred on Thursday on Ipetu-Ijesa expressway in the Oriade Local Government Area.

FRSC: Taraba records 23 deaths, 121 crashes in Q3

Corps Commander Selina Williams, the Sector Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Taraba on Friday said the state recorded 23 deaths from 121 road crashes in the third quarter of 2020.
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) said it had deployed no fewer than 1,500 of its personnel to provide security during the Sept. 19 Edo governorship election.

#EndSARS: Nigerian government to replace 28 FRSC vehicles, offices destroyed by hoodlums

The Federal Government has said it will replace the Federal Road Safety Corps offices and 28 vehicles destroyed by suspected hoodlums during the #EndSARS protests across the country.
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FRSC: Nigeria records 1,076 deaths from road accidents in three months

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says it recorded 2,656 road crashes and 1,076 deaths across the country in the third quarter of 2020.
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) said it had deployed no fewer than 1,500 of its personnel to provide security during the Sept. 19 Edo governorship election.

FRSC records 16 deaths, 226 road crashes in Akwa Ibom

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Akwa Ibom State said it has recorded a total of 226 road crashes and 16 deaths in 2020.
The House of Representatives on Tuesday reprimanded the Minister of Foreign Affairs, for the continuing maltreatment of Nigerians in the Diaspora.

House of Reps: We didn’t approve firearms for FRSC

The House Committee on FRSC, at a press conference in Abuja on Monday, which later issued a statement, said it only expressed concerns over the safety of members of the corps.
One person was reported dead in a vehicle accident along Osogbo-Ikirun road on Saturday.

One dead, four injured in Osun auto accident

It was gathered that the Mercedes Benz C-Class vehicle somersaulted after it hits the road median on high speed leading to the death of the driver instantly.
At least 30 vehicles were burnt in a multiple accident on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway early Saturday morning.

FRSC: Two killed, 29 vehicles burnt in Kara tanker explosion

“From the crash investigation report submitted, a total of 2 male adults were killed and burnt beyond recognition, while a wanton destruction of properties occasioned by the fire also left 29 vehicles parked by the roadside burnt down completely,” the statement partly read.
At least 30 vehicles were burnt in a multiple accident on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway early Saturday morning.

Over 30 vehicles razed in tanker accident near Lagos

Newsmen learnt the inferno happened at about midnight when a tanker lost control, fell and exploded in the middle of the road.

#EndSARS: FRSC laments loss of 27 vehicles to protest

Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, the Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), said in Lagos on Friday that the agency lost about 27 patrol vehicles to the October #EndSARS protest.
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) on Monday said that it would clamp down on motorists with either fake or expired driver’s licence

House of Reps committee wants FRSC to bear arms

The House of Representatives Committee on Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says operatives of the corps will begin to bear arms to curtail the excesses of road users in the country.

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