Showing posts with label FRSC. Show all posts
Showing posts with label FRSC. Show all posts

Friday, September 12, 2014

FRSC to introduce ‘flying ticket policy’ for road offenders

The Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC, has announced it will soon be introducing 'Flying Ticket Policy' to penalize traffic offenders in the country.
The FRSC made this known yesterday September 11th at a conference in Abuja. They said the policy would empower officers of the commission to take picture evidence of traffic offenders in the country
"We are going to introduce flying tickets for traffic offenders which will enable our men and other road users to be able to report offenders by providing concrete evidence to us for prosecution. The picture of traffic offenders can be taken with mobile phone or any device that has camera.

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Nigerian Driver's License now accepted in Europe, US - FRSC

The Lagos Sector Commander FRSC, Chidi Nkwonta has said that the upgraded Driver's License being issued now in Nigeria can be used in 3 states in America as well as some countries in Europe.

Speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) yesterday, Commander Nkwonta said in the US, the states of  Washington DC, California and Maryland recognize the Nigerian Driver's license while European countries such as Germany, Turkey, Switzerland, Poland, Spain, Austria and Sweden also recognize the Nigerian Drivers License. He said the license can be used in these places for a period of time, after which their own licenses would be issued.

Saturday, October 20, 2012

FRSC pulls passenger bus out of river

The Federal Road Safety Commission on Saturday said it had pulled out a passenger bus that plunged into a river at Ogbere-Ijebu, Ogun State on the Sagamu-Ore Expressway on Friday.

A pregnant woman and three other passengers miraculously survived the accident, which was said to have occurred when the bus skidded off the dual carriageway and plunged into the river.

The pregnant woman and the two other survivors were said to have reached out for and clung to the branches of a tree as the bus lost control and began its fatal plunge into the river.

An FRSC statement said12 corpses, comprising one male and 11 female, were pulled out of the bus.

“According to our findings, 21 people were inside the bus, the three that survived have been taken to hospital.

“FRSC’s coordinated search for the remaining victims with local divers continues,” it said.

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