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FRSC to enforce uniform colour for school buses.


Wobin noted that some of the drivers of these buses do not obey traffic rules, warning that such activities will no longer be tolerated.

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says it will soon commence the enforcement of a uniform colour for school buses in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Mr Gora Wobin, the FRSC, FCT Sector Commander, disclosed this on Saturday in Abuja, during a stakeholders town hall meeting with school proprietors.


The town hall meeting was organised by the Lugbe unit command, of the FRSC, headed by its commander, Mr Ameen Adewale.

Wobin said that the move became necessary for easy identification of school buses by the FRSC, adding that it will augur well for proprietors to paint their school buses in the approved colour.

“The fact that we have not enforced it does not mean we are not going to do it, the information has been in the public domain since 2014,” he said.


According to him, there is a prototype of the colour in the headquarters of the FRSC, while advising them to check in order to be sure of the approved colour.

He said that identification of school buses was keyed, noting that the FRSC had had to intercept a bus with kidnapped school children, with the driver claiming they were going on an excursion.

The sector commander added that if it were to be a uniform coloured bus, the corps would have been able to detect immediately.

He then urged the proprietors to ensure a uniform colour for their school busses.


“It is advisable for all our school buses to be painted in an approved school colour, it is a law and a regulation by the government and must be obeyed,” he said.

He said that rather than use force, the FRSC had embraced dialogue with school owners to paint their busses in the approved colour.


Wobin said that this would go a long way to help in ensuring that any school bus driver caught flouting the law, could be allowed to go and drop the children off and then arrested soon after.

He, however, said that if school proprietors had any strong reasons why the law must not be implemented, they were free to write to the appropriate authority.

According to him, there is an urgent need for proprietors to also install speed limit devices in all their school buses.


He explained that the speed limit device would help to reduce the wear and tear of the vehicles, and also help to conserve fuel consumption.

”It is a must for these proprietors to install the speed limit device,” he said.

Wobin noted that some of the drivers of these buses do not obey traffic rules, warning that such activities will no longer be tolerated.

Noble Reporters Media reports that one of the concerns raised by the proprietors included the slashing of the cost of the speed limit device.


They also pleaded with the FRSC to ensure it organised a periodic workshop for their drivers, as it would assist them in doing the right thing.

The school proprietors present at the meeting included Tithemi International School, AYES school, Diamond Standard Basic School and Britarch Montessori School, Lugbe, among others.



Yule 2020: FRSC promises ‘traffic free’ Xmas along Lagos-Ibadan expy


Olayinka also attributed the heavy traffic to the ongoing renovation on the highway, adding that the construction workers had reduced to single lane some sections of the road.

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) on Thursday assured commuters and transporters that it would sustain the current free flow of traffic along the Ogun axis of the Lagos/Ibadan expressway.

The Ogun Sector Commander of the corps, Mr Ahmed Umar, gave the assurance in Abeokuta in an interview with NoRM‘s known Media


Umar, who said there had been substantial and noticeable improvement in the traffic situation along the Ogun corridor of the expressway, pledged that the FRSC would sustain this.
He attributed the development to the recently inaugurated “Operation Zero Road Crashes” across the country by the corps.

“We have really planned ahead to check the usual traffic jam on the major highways including the Lagos/Ibadan expressway.

“The Ogun command of the FRSC has deployed 2,452 personnel across the state to monitor and control gridlocks during the Yuletide with a larger percentage on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway and Sagamu – Benin expressway.


“The personnel, made up of Regular and Special Marshals, have been deployed to traffic-prone areas and construction zones including Ogere, Mowe, Ibafo, Magboro and Kara to ensure accident and hitch-free Yuletide, especially on Lagos-Ibadan expressway.

” Thirty three vehicles, 10 motor bikes, seven ambulances and two towing trucks have also been deployed in the state for the exercise
“The heavy presence of our officials and equipment would be felt on the Ogun axis of the expressway to monitor and control traffic jams so as to ensure sanity of motorists during the festive season,” he said.

He also attributed the development to the renewed collaboration between the agency and the transporters as well as other stakeholders in the state.

“We have met and advised drivers against excessive speeding and to refrain from driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs to avoid unnecessary loss of lives and property.


“We have also advised them and organised various seminars on how to keep their vehicles road worthy and obey all traffic rules and regulations to stay alive during and after the season,” Umar said.

The Spokesperson of the Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Agency (TRACE) in Ogun, Mr Babatunde Akinbiyi, also corroborated that the free flow of traffic on the state’s axis of the expressways in an interview with NoRM‘s known Media in Abeokuta.


He added that over 100 officials of the agency had been deployed in the Ogun axis of the Lagos-Ibadan expressway for the yuletide and New Year period.

“We have four Divisional commands along that stretch, namely: Akute/Ojodu-Abiodun which covers the Berger/Longbridge/Mountain Top University axis; Mowe/Ibafo Divisional Command, which covers the Mountain Top axis- interchange; Sagamu Divisional Command and Ogere Division Command.

“The stretch leads to Ibadan and our operatives are always on ground,” he said.


Mr Dotun Oluyinka , an official of the Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria (RTEAN), Kuto park Abeokuta, said that there had been an increase in vehicular movement on the Lagos/Ibadan expressway because of Christmas.

He said that the traffic was usually heavy around Ibafo area because “the designated bus-stop is so small and so transporters stop along the road to drop and pick passengers.’’

” The frequent breakdown of trailers along the road, particularly, Ibafo and Kara areas coupled with narrow road often result in heavy traffic,” he said.


Olayinka said that the rehabilitation work on the highway had also led to expansion of some portions of the road thus easing traffic in such areas.

He, therefore, called on the government to ensure speedy completion of the project for easy flow of traffic on the Lagos/Ibadan expressway.



[Nigeria] FRSC set to bear firearms – Reps


A member, Solomon Maren, added that the committee would discuss the matter with the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu.

Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) operatives will begin to bear firearms to curtail the excesses of road users in Nigeria.

The House of Representatives Committee on FRSC made the disclosure during the corps’ 2020 budget performance and 2021 budget defence, on Thursday in Abuja.

The Chairman, Akinfolarin Mayowa, explained that the 1992 Act of FRSC allowed the corps to carry guns, NRM reports.

Mayowa said the implementation had become necessary to ensure laws were obeyed and to allow the FRSC function effectively.

He disclosed that the committee would meet with Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha, and also write to President Muhammadu Buhari to implement the Act.


The lawmaker said there were more risks on the roads, adding that the FRSC should now bear arms.

FRSC Corps Marshal, Boboye Oyeyemi, decried incidents where motorists threatened personnel on duty.

Oyeyemi stressed that weapon bearing for protection would curtail violent road users and protect officers.

He confirmed that the corps has 280 formations, with presence in nearly all the 774 local government areas in Nigeria.


EndSARs: Lagos offices of VIO, FRSC, LASTMA set ablaze.


It was further disclosed that the buildings occupied by the Lagos State Traffic Management Agency (LASTMA) and the Vehicle Inspection Office (VIO) were attacked by the hoodlums.

Lagos State residents defied Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s curfew order, continued to destroy more federal and state government structures and assets in the state.

Reports reaching Noble Reporters Media at this time confirmed that some angry mob on Wednesday, October 21 stormed the office of the Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, in Ojodu, Berger and set it ablaze.

Noble Reporters Media learnt that some vehicles owned by the government parastatals and offices were also set on fire by the angry thugs.

The developments are coming after the massacre of peaceful #EndSARS protesters at the Lekki Toll Gate on Tuesday night, Noble Reporters Media reports.


Pandemonium as storey building collapse in Lagos; 3 casualties. | Photos


Three persons have died and nine injured following a building collapse on Freeman Street, in the Lagos Island area of Lagos State.

NobleReporters gathered that the three-story building collapsed in the early hours of Saturday when the occupants were still asleep.

Emergency workers rescue a child from the scene of a collapsed building on Freeman Street, in the Lagos Island area of Lagos State on July 11, 2020.

The Director-General of the State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), Dr Damilola Oke-Osanyintolu, confirmed the tragic incident to Media (known to Noble Reporters Media).


According to him, the remains of the dead victims have been transported to the mortuary, while the nine injured are being administered pre-hospital care by the agency.

Oke-Osanyintolu explained that the victims comprise a child and two adults, adding that the agency is moving the ‘unstable’ structure to ground zero.

This to him is based on the safety and stability of residents of the area and indeed the state.


“We were able to rescue nine people alive and we sympathise with the people that lost their loved ones in there. We recovered three bodies. The three bodies that were rescued have been deposited in the mortuary.

“It is pertinent to note that we have served these people for over three months ago. The building controlling agency was there to serve them. The material testing did the needful in terms of doing the integrity test of this structure and it failed,” he said.

The LASEMA boss explained that rescue operations were still ongoing.

Meanwhile, officials of the Lagos State Building Control Agency (LABSCA), Ministry of Physical planning, Nigeria Police among other emergency workers are at the scene of the building collapse.

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Just in: FRSC spokesperson, others get new rank.

The Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, has decorated spokesman Mr Bisi Kazeem and others with the new rank of Assistant Corps Marshal.

The decoration ceremony followed the just concluded promotion of senior officers on 30 May by the FRSC board.

According to Oyeyemi, it has been the culture of the Corps since 2014, not to delay the seasons of reward or let go without due recognition of individuals.

“These are for those who have continued to strive to make FRSC a best global practice sustainable corporate organisation,’’ he said.


Oyeyemi congratulated the newly promoted officers for the deserved elevation and implored them to be happy and proud of their success.

He said that the promotion was an indication of their hard work.


Kazeem thanked the board and management of FRSC for giving them the opportunity to serve in the new capacities.

He commended the transparency and objectivity that heralded the entire promotion process.


He pledged the officers’ commitment to work more, noting that he was aware that every promotion comes with more responsibility.

“This particular one, no doubt, will certainly propel us to work harder to ensure that all lives are saved on the road,’’ he said.



Kwara FRSC sends union advise to Drivers.

The Kwara Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says it has embarked on enlightenment of members of various transport unions in the state on road safety strategies.

The public education included need to understand the process of obtaining or renewing their driving license.

This is contained in a statement signed by the Sector Commander, Mr Jonathan Owoade. NobleReporters gathered

It said the sector commander held a joint enlightenment meeting with the officials and members of Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria (RTEAN), National Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO), National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) and National Association of Corporate Transporters (NACT).

According to the statement, Owoade said that the meeting was in line with the stakeholders’ engagement and collaboration agenda of the FRSC.

“The need for obtaining national driver’s license by taxi and commercial vehicle drivers.

“Speeding, wrongful overtaking and indiscriminate parking of commercial vehicles are of great concerns to us at the FRSC, hence the need for the joint meeting,” he said.

He also charged the participants on the need for positive attitudinal change on the road, and imbibing a good and better road culture to eradicate road traffic crashes.

Owoade cautioned against overloading and carrying two passengers in the front seat of a vehicle.

The sector commander further urged road users, both motorists and pedestrians, to obey traffic rules and regulations in order to stay alive, said the statement


Ogun Truck set ablaze after causing severe accident

A truck which was involved in an accident with two different automobiles at Outdated Toll Gate axis of the Lagos – Abeokuta Expressway, was set ablaze by an indignant mob that gathered at the scene of the incident.

The accident left 7 persons dead and 10 others injured. Injured victims of the accident had been rushed to the hospital whereas our bodies of the dead individuals had been evacuated to the morgue by officers of the Federal Street Security Corps (FRSC).

It was gathered that some officers of the Ogun State Fireplace Service later arrived on the scene to place out the hearth.


Anambra: 3 casualties, eight injured in 06.00am accident – FRSC

Three people were confirmed dead, while eight others sustained injuries in an accident involving two vehicles at Amansea near Awka, along Awka – Enugu old road on Saturday.

Mr Pascal Anigbo, Public Relations Officer of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Anambra, confirmed the accident in a statement made available to newsmen on Saturday in Awka.

Anigbo said the accident involved a stationary DAF truck with registration number: GGE 167 XP suspected to be faulty and a 14-passenger Toyota Hummer bus with registration number: BAL 266 XA.

According to him, the crash occurred around 6.00a.m.

He said preliminary investigation revealed that the commercial bus, which was on top speed, rammed into the stationary truck.

“The commercial bus was driven by one Ibrahim and they were on their way to Lagos from Jalingo, Taraba State.

“The FRSC team rushed the injured victims to Chukwuemeka Odumegu Ojukwu Teaching Hospital, Amaku, while the dead, all male, have been evacuated to the same hospital mortuary,” he said.

Anigbo expressed the sympathies of Mr Andrew Kumapayi, the state’s Sector Commander of FRSC, to the family of the deceased and prayed for the quick recovery of the injured victims.

He however, advised motorists to ensure that they placed adequate caution signs whenever their vehicles broke down along the road.


31 casualties in Lagos-ibadan expressway

Thirty-one persons including children sustained various degrees of injuries in an accident involving a luxury bus opposite Nasfat around Mowe on Lagos-Ibadan expressway on Saturday.

Mr Clement Oladele, the Sector Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Ogun. NobleReporters learnt

Oladele explained that the accident occurred around 4:38 p.m. and was caused by excessive speed and loss of control around the construction zone.

He said that 50 persons were involved in the accident which comprised 19 male adults, 20 female adults, six male children and five female children.

“31 persons sustained various degrees of injuries, made up of 10 male adults, 14 female adults, three male children and four female children. Fortunately, no death was recorded from the crash.

“The lone crash involved a Yutong Luxurious Bus with registration number LND 119 XY,” he said

Oladele explained that most of the injured victims were rushed to hospitals for medical attention.

The FRSC boss advised motorists to drive cautiously, avoid speed especially around construction areas and obey traffic rules and regulations.


Ogun: FRSC confirms 3 casualties in Lagos-ibadan car accident.

…17 numbered persons involved in the accident

The Ogun State Command of Federal Road Safety Corps(FRSC) on Saturday, December 28th confirmed that three persons died while three others sustained injuries in an accident that involved a vehicle around Lufuape, near AP Turning Point, on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.

Clement Oladele, Ogun Sector Commander of FRSC, in Ota, Ogun, said that the lone accident happened at about 3.47 p.m. on Friday. Oladele explained that a Toyota Hummer bus, with registration number KSF 272 XM, lost control due to speeding and rammed into road divider of the construction area.

According to him, 17 persons comprising of four male adults, 10 female adults and three children were involved in the accident which led to the death of two female adults and a female child.

The corpse of the victims have been deposited at the morgue, Idera Hospital, Sagamu while the survivors are also receiving treatment at the same hospital,” he said.


Alcoholic drivers to be prosecuted by Ogun government

Poised to reduce road crashes in Ogun, the state government has vowed arrest and prosecute alcoholic vendors and consumers of illicit drugs in all motor parks across the state.

The chairmen of the Ogun State Interim Committee on Transportation, Sunday Adeniyi, gave this position on Friday, while speaking during a seminar on “Road Safety Driving During Festive Season” organized by the committee in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital.

Adeniyi said the Dapo Abiodun’s administration was collaborating with the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) for possible arrest and prosecution of alcoholic dealers and illicit drugs at Ogun motor parks.

He observed that consumption of alcoholic beverages by commercial drivers was responsible for majority of the road crashes witnessed over the years, declaring “the state will do everything possible to eradicate alcoholic consumption by commercial drivers operating in the state”.

In his presentation at the seminar, the Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Corp (FRSC) in the state, Clement Oladele, said no fewer than 338 died from the road crashes recorded in Ogun highway corridors between January and 20th December.

The FRSC boss explained that 50 per cent of the death occurred at diversion points of which trucks and other articulated vehicles were responsible for about 80 per cent of the total road crashes recorded so far in the Ogun corridors.

While attributing causes of the crashes to over-speeding, wrongful overtaken around construction zones as well as break failure among others, Oladele, said FRSC was prepared to prosecute truck owners found culpable of causing road crashes and ensure that compensations are paid to accident victims.


Kaduna: Accident involving trailer claim two lives.

…it takes combined efforts to remove corpses.

A trailer loaded with cows on Friday lost control and crashed around Lord Lugard Roundabout in Kaduna metropolis killing two, while seven others were injured.

Confirming the incident, Hafiz Mohammed, Sector Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Kaduna Sector Command, told the media in Kaduna that the accident occurred around 1:53 a.m on Friday

Mohammed said that the accident was caused by over speeding and fatigue, adding that the seven rescued victims were rushed to the hospital where one of them died.

“One other person was crushed to death after the trailer fell on the victim while trying to navigate the roundabout.

“It took combined efforts of FRSC, Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps and Kaduna State Traffic Law Enforcement Authority to remove the corpses and deposit it at Barau Dikko Teaching Hospital,” he said.

The sector commander said that the trailer was evacuated around 9:30 a.m and towed to Motorpol Office Kaduna, adding that some of the items recovered include N15,840 belonging to one of the deceased.

On his part Mr Aliyu Mohammed, Commandant, Civilian Joint Task Force, Anguwan Shanu, said the trailer came from Kawo axis on high speed going towards Ahmadu Bello way when the incident occurred.

Mohammed said that he and his men were on routine night patrol when they saw the trailer trying to navigate the roundabout but lost control and crashed after exiting the roundabout.

He added that the trailer was loaded with about 35 cows, out of which three died while two others that were badly injured were slaughtered.


“More Haste, Less Speed”, Bayelsa FRSC warns drivers.

…says they should stop overspeed

The statistics of road accidents within Bayelsa State this year, have witnessed a sharp reduction as against what obtained in 2018.

According to the Sector Commander of the Bayelsa State Command, Federal Road Safety Corps, Ikechukwu Igwe, about 1,602 persons had lost their lives in road accidents last year.

Igwe says the positive turn of events, is due to increased public enlightenment of motorists.

He says the yuletide season, is a good time to intensify awareness on the dangers of overspeeding, recklessness on the road to avoid road mishap.

Meanwhile, in other states such as Lagos and Ogun, a total of 1,700 personnel of the FRSC have been deployed to oversee traffic activities on highways.

Specifically, the personnel would be overseeing the Lagos – Ibadan; Sagamu – Ijebu Ode; Sagamu – Mosinmi – Ikorodu; Abeokuta – Sagamu; Abeokuta – Ibadan; Abeokuta – Ifo, Sango – Ota and Idiroko corridors.


FRSC establishes camps at Onitsha Niger Bridge. #Yutelide

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Anambra state said it would set up camps at the Niger bridgehead and other flashpoints in Onitsha to tackle traffic challenges during Christmas and new year celebrations.

The State Sector Commander, Andrew Kumapayi disclosed this yesterday in Onitsha during the lunch of operation no traffic 93.7 Wazobia FM Onitsha, tagged “I WONT” at the Onitsha bridgehead.

He said no fewer than 600 officials would be deployed to the commercial city during the period with about 50 to be stationed at other camps located at flashpoints in the town with heavy traffic congestions.

“The camps are to be manned twenty-four hours by our men who we’re withdrawing from the neighbouring commands so we don’t overburden those in Onitsha,” he said.

Kumapayi commended the media organization for partnering with the corps through the volunteering service towards a traffic-free season.

He called for commitment and discipline on the part of the staff, assuring them of maximum support and corporation.

He added, “We in the FRSC are set to ensure safety on the highway. We’re synergising with other relevant stakeholders to ensure there’s ease of movement before, during and after the festive season.

“You’ll be booed and insulted by the motoring public, but keep your calm. You’ll be working hand in hand with my men and I expect the best from you.”

Also speaking, Managing Director, Anambra State Traffic Management Agency (ATMA), Nwachika Obiefuna urged the staff of the media outfit to see the work as a sacrifice, urging them to carry it out with courtesy and decorum.

“You must acknowledge that this job is a state responsibility. Since the bridgehead is a gateway to the state, we expect you to be courteous so as not to represent the state in a bad light,” he added.

Earlier, Head of station, Wazobia FM, Onitsha, Mr Ugo Enwerji explained that the exercise was part of the organisation’s corporate social responsibility.

He said the media outfit was also partnering with the FRSC in Delta to ensure the traffic jam that characterised the bridgehead was greatly minimized during the festive season.

“We carried out a similar campaign in 2018 and continued on our radio station because we expect massive vehicles on the road following the closure of the Enugu Airport,” he said.

Enwerji revealed that the campaign would be temporarily suspended on December 25 and would continue on December 29 till January 1, 2020 between the hours of 11a.m and 4p.m.


FRSC set to hand over drivers under the influence of drugs to NDLEA

…during and after yutelide

Sector Commander of Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) in Enugu State, Mr. Kalu Ogbonnaya has warned that any driver found to be under the influence of drugs during and after the yuletide will be handed over to the National Drug and Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA).

Ogbonnaya made the disclosure this weekend, in Nsukka during the flag-off of 2019 FRSC Nsukka Unit ember month sensitisation rally tagged “Road Safety is a state of mind, road traffic crash is an absence of mind, stay alert and stay alive”.

He urged the leadership of the National Union of Road Transport Workers(NURTW) to ensure that hard drugs and alcohol were not sold in and around the motor parks.

According to him, “The majority of accidents are caused as a result of hard drugs and alcohol taken by drivers before embarking on a journey.

“In a bid to ensure accident-free yuletide, the commission will test drivers on the road and anyone under the influence of hard drugs will be handed over to NDLEA.

“Drivers should always check their vehicles every morning to ensure that their vehicles are roadworthy before setting out for any journey,” he said.

Kalu who was represented by the Head of Admin and Human Resources department Mr. Tony Uga expressed satisfaction on the synergy between FRSC Nsukka Unit command and security agencies in the area and called for its sustenance.

In a remark, the FRSC Nsukka Unit Commander Mr. Shuaibu Bello said the unit had put adequate measures in place to ensure accident-free yuletide.

Bello said if drivers and other road users would obey safety tips given to them road accidents would be minimized to the barest minimum since the majority of accidents were as a result of drivers’ carelessness and human errors.

Also speaking the Acting Chairman of Nsukka Local Government Council Mr. Cyprian Omeke implored road users to avoid absent-minded to remain alive.

“There is no denying the fact that over 80 percent of road accidents are avoidable if drivers are in their right state of mind.

“To be a good driver you will not only mind your own business but also the business of other road users.


CLO appeal FRSC to establish drivers fitness units in all parks.

Civil Liberties Organization (CLO) has appealed to the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) to establish Drivers Fitness Units in all parks across the country.

Anambra State chapter, Chairman of the CLO, Comrade Vincent Ezekwueme, made the call on Friday in Onitsha when executive members of South East Educational Vanguard paid him a sympathy visit on his survival from a ghastly auto accident recently.

He said the unit has become necessary to ascertain the soundness of drivers both in minds and characters before being permitted to convey passengers to their destinations.

He also canvassed the withdrawal of license of reckless drivers which he said would go a long way in reducing cases of accidents on the nation’s roads.

Ezekwueme urged Nigerians to be their brothers’ keepers, including donating to funds for indigents patient and for them to embrace National Health Insurance Scheme.

He said, “Nigerians should ensure they do the right things at all times to make our good better and our better best as desideratum towards actualization of Nigeria of our dreams, hopes and yearnings.

“Except life is lived for others, it is not worth living. Imperatively of use to the world is the only way to happiness and achievements which could be possible only if you and I keep right and do the right things.

The CLO boss also called on the government and the governed to ensure unprecedented patriotism, selfless commitment and sacrifices towards nation building.

“We must through words and actions abhor and discard bitterness, rancour and injustices,” he added.


FRSC – Using of mobile Google map while driving is a serious offence.

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has described the use of Google map on mobile device while driving as a serious offence.

FCT Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Ayuba Gora who disclosed this at the 2019 Ember Months Campaign by Lugbe Unit Command of the FRSC in Abuja on Wednesday November 27, stated that the traffic laws does not allow the use of mobile phones in any form while driving.

Gora further stated that FRSC officials will engage in a massive search to arrest road users who use such devices that can result in an accident while driving.


[Just in..] Four FRSC Members Found In Murder Of A Man, MURIC Demands Prosecutions.

The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has called on relevant authorities to ensure prosecution of four officials of Federal Road Safety Corp (FRSC) who allegedly beat one Odion Samuel, to death.

MURIC Director, Prof. Ishaq Akintola, disclosed this in a statement in Abuja saying the incidence occurred on October 14, after the officials allegedly flagged down the deceased’s Audi 80 model car at Okhuaihe Hill along Benin-Agbor Road

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He described the alleged killing as callous, wicked and detestable and demanded the prosecution of the officials involved.

”The alleged killing of Samuel Omafo Odion is callous, wicked and detestable. FRSC men disappointed Nigerians and we demand immediate prosecution of the suspects.

”We call on FRSC authorities to stop their men from flagging down motorists on lonely highways. Such method is an avenue for extortion, intimidation and other criminal activities like this recent killing.

”FRSC officials often expose motorists to danger by stopping them in odd places. Vehicles stopped on lonely stretches may refuse to start when the driver is eventually allowed to go, this is dangerous particularly with the security challenges facing Nigeria,” he said.
Akintola therefore, urged FRSC to educate its staff to ensure good human relations with the citizens in the field. ”There is also the need for FRSC leadership to review its recruitment methods with a view to weeding out criminal elements from inception.” He said.