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#47 Man pulls gun, threatens to blow off heads of FRSC officials who told him to put on seatbelt

There was a little drama in Abuja yesterday, precisely at Durumi area a few yards away from Winner’s Chapel when a man, alleged to be a member of the church pulled a gun on Federal Road Safety officials (FRSC) who tried to impound his vehicle on an charge that he and his wife did not put on their seat belts while driving.A video footage trending on the social media captures the man saying he would blow off the heads of the officials during an argument that ensued thereafter. 70 more words

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Salah: 2 killed, 148 vehicles impounded during celebration in Lagos – FRSC

The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) on Thursday said two persons lost their lives in seven road crashes during the Salah holiday in Lagos.

Mr Hyginus Omeje, FRSC’s Lagos Sector Commander, told newsmen that the crashes were caused by excessive speed, alcohol violation, and dangerous driving. 186 more words

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4 Dead As Commuter Bus Collides With NUPENG Diesel Tanker

At least four persons have been confirmed dead as a Toyota Siena commercial bus on Tuesday collided with a diesel tanker believed to belong to the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) in Abia State. 277 more words

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FRSC Set To Ban The Use Of Substandard Tyre Sealing Paste And Gum By Vulcanizers

FRSC Set To Ban The Use Of Substandard Tyre Sealing Paste And Gum By Vulcanizers

by AutoJoshNG : 3:36pm On Aug 29

The FRSC claims about 5,000 lives have been lost on Nigerian roads due to tyre burst from 2010 till date. 154 more words

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Nigerian Soldiers Pluck Out Eye Of A Man Who Pleaded Mercy For Road Victim Being Tortured

An official of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Segun Enikuemehin, who dared to ask some military men who were assaulting a civilian to desist from such a dastardly act is currently at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) with one of his eyes totally damaged. 18 more words

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35 officers killed on duty this year - FRSC

No fewer than 35 regular marshals have been killed by motorists on highways across the country in the past one year while on official duties, with seven of them from Niger State. 132 more words

FRSC denies blacklisting Peace Mass Transport

The Federal Road Safety Commission on Wednesday said Nigerians should disregard media reports that the commission had blacklisted Peace Mass Transit fleet as unsafe for road travelers. 314 more words

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