Following a collision of two vehicles at Iyanaoworo-Obalande Expressway on Monday, 5th December, 2022 about 2133hrs leading to the death of one person, the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), has called on drivers to avoid all forms of distractions while driving.
As part of its annual activities to sensitize drivers and other road users during the ‘Ember Months’ to adhere to safety rules of driving, 90% of road traffic crashes have been attributed to human factor.
In continuation of its quest to ensure that road users comply with safety standards, thereby mitigating the spate of crashes, the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) is set to embark on 3rd quarter 2022 Free Vehicle Safety Check.
As political activities geared towards the 2023 general elections gather momentum across the country, the Acting Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Corps, Dauda Ali Biu has charged Commanding Officers nationwide to ensure that Staff under their jurisdiction maintain political neutrality, as well as avoid any form of participation in political rallies, campaigns and also avoid piloting political convoys.
Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has disassociated itself from rumour making the rounds that its personnel have started carrying arms.
When he was appointed as the first internally groomed Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) by former President Goodluck Jonathan on 23rd July 2014, the emergence of Dr Boboye Olayemi Oyeyemi was celebrated widely not only among the staff of the Corps, but stakeholders and members of the public who were conscious of
Concerned with increasing cases of heavy downpour in Lagos state which resulted in flood that swept away vehicles and passengers, the Lagos State Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Corps Commander Olusegun Ogungbemide has warned drivers in the state to exercise caution while driving.
Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Lagos State Command has cautioned motorists to be cautious as rehabilitation work has began of a 3km distance on Otedola inwards Secretariat end of Lagos -Ibadan Expressway.
The Federal Road Safety Corps Lagos Sector Command has said it will no longer be business as usual as it is set to clamp down on recalcitrant vehicles who derive pleasure in overloading their vehicles, which often times, lead to fatal accidents.
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Lagos State Sector Command has expressed its commitment at ensuring strategic partnership through enhanced road safety partnership for innovative intervention to eradicate road traffic crashes and create a safe monitoring environment for Nigerians.