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Osun FRSC Gets New Sector Commander

By Mojisola Oladele The Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, has appointed Corps Commander Henry Benamaisia as the New Sector Commander of Osun State Command to replace Commander John Paul Okpe.  The Sector Public Education Officer, Route Commander Agnes Ogungbemi stated this in a statement made available to newsmen.  The Statement indicates that Commander Continue Reading

Ember Months: People’s Recklessness Mostly Responsible For Increased Road Mishaps – FRSC

Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, has disabused the minds of the public against ill feelings associated with the Ember Months.  Unit Commander, FRSC, Ogbomoso Unit, Assistant Corps Commander Isaac Adebayo stated this while featuring on Ojukoju, a weekly current affairs program on Ogo-Ilu FM. Assistant Corps Commander Afolabi who explained that carnages on roads were Continue Reading

FRSC, Drivers’ Union, Charge Road Users On Safety During “Ember” Months

The Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, Ekiti State Command and the drivers’ union in the state say any of their members found wanting in the “Ember” months will be sanctioned. This formed part of the submissions of stakeholders in the transportation sector, while speaking with Radio Nigeria correspondent in Ado Ekiti. Oriola Afolabi brings the […]Continue Reading

Many Die in Osogbo Lone Accident

Eight persons have died in a lone accident involving a palm oil-laden truck that plunged into a ditch in the early hours of Saturday in Osogbo, the Osun State capital. Radio Nigeria gathered that the accident occurred around 2 am on Saturday when the truck was ascending the November 27 overhead bridge opposite NECO office.  […]Continue Reading

One Service, One Medal Games Begins In Abuja

Five hundred and ninety two athletes from nine Military and paramilitary agencies will take part in fifteen sports at the 4th edition of the One Service, One Medal Games which begins today in Abuja. According  to a statement by the Media Office of the Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Fifteen Military and Paramilitary Agencies had indicated Continue Reading