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20 May
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has said it recorded a 27 per cent decrease in crashes during the Eid-el-Fitri special patrol, as 5511 offenders were arrested...
27 Nov 2018
Sir: It has become a general trend over time that as the year gradually grinds to a halt, accidents become the order of the day.
20 Nov 2018
Following the high and frequent cases of road accidents on the nation’s highways, insurance experts have called on the Federal Government to introduce compulsory insurance cover for all travellers on the nation’s roads. The Managing Director, Top Brackets Insurance Brokers, Alex Onyenike, noted that besides the need for drivers’ carefulness on the wheels, “the need…
14 Jun 2018
At least ten Tanzanian army reservists were killed on Thursday when their overcrowded and dilapidated bus overturned in the south of the country, police and witnesses said. The army had rented the bus to transport 210 reservists to a training camp when it crashed in Igodima in Mbeya region. Regional police commander Mussa Taibu blamed…
23 May 2018
No fewer than 2, 598 Nigerians died in road accidents between October, 2017 and March, 2018, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).
19 Feb 2018
In an effort to tackle the menace of causalities and deaths from road accidents, Wapic Insurance Plc has launched ‘Safety-on-Wheels’ campaign in the country. The Managing Director of WAPIC, Yinka Adekoya, who made the disclosure at a media parley in Lagos, noted that accidents on the nation’s roads, had taken more lives than the deadly…
23 Jan 2018
As kids, anytime we heard the sound of the siren, we would chant: Ya Fun, Were Ni Ya Fun, Were NI It means ‘Give way to him, he’s a mad man’. The sound of the siren meant that someone was speeding down the highway like a violently maniacal lunatic and was not to be trifled…
5 May 2017
In this part of the world, road accidents have become a frequent incident such that nobody or agency cares to determine what act particularly led to the incident, publicize it, and make efforts to prevent further occurrence.
10 Jul 2016
Seven in every 10 victims of road crashes are youths aged between 15 and 29, the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) has said.
8 Jul 2016
The use of fake and expired tyres were responsible for more than 3,000 road traffic crashes (RTCs) that occurred in the last five years, the FRSC disclosed.
17 May 2016
Owing to rising cases of fatal road accidents, some claiming the lives of public officials, President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday directed the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) ...

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