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Lagos Commences Enforcement Of Traffic Law Banning Carts, Wheel Barrows On State’s Expressways

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The Lagos State Security Council on Wednesday met, with the State Commissioner of Police, Mr Umaru Manko warning that from today, security officers have been mandated to start enforcing the law that makes pushing trucks/carts or wheel barrows on expressways an offence. With the directive, anyone found flouting the law ... Read More »

89 Violators Of Traffic Laws Arraigned By The FRSC In Delta

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At least 89 persons have been arraigned by the Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC, zone 5, for violating traffic rules in Delta State, as part of its effort to reduce the rate of accidents on Nigerian roads. Seventy-eight out of the 89 traffic violators who were arraigned before a mobile ... Read More »

38 Deaths, 206 Injuries Recorded In Ondo Road Crashes

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At least 38 persons died and 206 injured in various accidents in Ondo State in the first quarter of 2013. Speaking to newsmen on Tuesday, sector Commander of Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC, Mrs Mary Wakawa, made this known in Akure, adding that incidents occurred between January and March. She ... Read More »

94 Lives Lost To Road Crashes In Five Days – FRSC

The Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, has said a total of 94 people have lost their lives to road traffic crashes in 191 road crashes recorded in the last 5 days across the country. Speaking in Lokoja, Kogi State, where he stopped over during his aerial monitoring of traffic situation ... Read More »

Our Traffic Law Is Here To Stay – Fashola

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Lagos State Governor Babatunde Fashola on Sunday foreclosed the possibility that the new road traffic law, which banned operations of commercial motorcyclists (okada riders) from popular roads among other drastic measures, would be reviewed. The governor expressed satisfaction with the enforcement of the law and said its health and safety ... Read More »

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