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Oyo FRSC arrest 1,950 for traffic offences

Mr Luka Ikpi, the Oyo State Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Commission(FRSC), said that the commission arrested 1,950 offenders in the state July for various traffic offenses. 240 more words


New FRSC Boss Makes Case For Saner Driving

The new corps marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Mr Boboye Oyeyemi, has identified the attitude of the Nigerian motoring public as the bane of safer roads in the country and pledged that the FRSC would harness its potentials to ensure strict enforcement of traffic rules and…

"There is No plan to Enforce New Number Plates" - FRSC backtracks say

“Despite one of its senior officers insisting that it would begin enforcement of the new number plates on August 1, the Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC, has said it has no such plan. 623 more words

Bauchi Residents Cry Out Over Threat By Horse-riders

Residents of Bauchi metropolis have expressed concern over the activities of some horse riders that had posed threat to lives of innocent people.
Expressing their feelings in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Bauchi on Monday, they said that some horse riders, mostly youths,…

#iPGN: FRSC suspends planned enforcement of new number plate

The Federal Road Safety Corps has backtracked on its plan to clamp down on vehicle owners who have not procured its new number plate and driving licence by August 1,2014. 381 more words

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president swear in Osita Chidoka as aviation minister

President Goodluck Jonathan has named Osita Chidoka, the former Corps Marshall of the Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, as new Aviation Minister.

Mr. Chidoka was sworn in Wednesday alongside Abubakar Olanrewaju, who was appointed National Planning Minister. 133 more words

Tougher Sanctions await Reckless Drivers – says New FRSC boss

‘The new Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps, Boboye Oyeyemi, has read the riot act on reckless driving, as tougher sanctions await reckless motorists across the country. 524 more words