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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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FRSC Blames Fake, Expired Tyres For Auto-accident s

The Federal Road Safety Commission on Monday attributed most road accidents in the country to the use of fake and expired tyres by vehicle owners. 168 more words

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Sallah: Frsc Deploys 600 Patrol Vehicles, 50 Ambulances

This is contained in a statement issued by Mr Bisi Kazeem, FRSC Head, Media Relations and Strategy, on Sunday in Abuja.

It said that the massive deployment along designated routes was part of measures to ensure sanity on the nation’s highways. 239 more words

METRO

[PSA] #WARNING: FRSC WARNS MOTORISTS ON IMPENDING TRAFFIC ON LAGOS-IBADAN EXPRESSWAY FROM TOMORROW. PHOTOS:

This was a press release by the federal road safety corps Lagos sector command today warning motorists and other road users to use an alternative route off the Lagos ibadan expressway tomorrow July 1st to Sunday July 3rd due to religious programmes coupled with rehabilitation works presently on-going on the axis.

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