Cost of driver’s licence remains N6,350, says FRSC

Cost of driver’s licence remains N6,350, says FRSC

  FRSC Boss,Boboye Oyeyemi The Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Boboye Oyeyemi, has said the official rate required for acquiring a three years duration driver’s licence remains N6,350. Speaking in Lagos over the weekend at a capacity building...<!-- AddThis Advanced Settings above via filter on wp_trim_excerpt --> <!-- AddThis A...
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24-hr operation: FG orders unauthorised agencies to vacate ports

24-hr operation: FG orders unauthorised agencies to vacate ports

As part of measures to commence the process of implementing the Executive Order on the 24-hour port operation, the Federal Government yesterday issued a stern warning to unauthorised personnel and agencies in the ports to vacate with immediate effect. Speaking...
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FRSC tasks commercial drivers on routine medical checkups

FRSC tasks commercial drivers on routine medical checkups

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has charged commercial drivers to go for routine medical checkups. The Corps’ Sector Commander in Plateau, Mrs Pat Emeordi, gave the advise at a free medical outreach organised by the command for commercial drivers...<!--...
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Ambode restates directive on VIOs to stay off Lagos roads

Ambode restates directive on VIOs to stay off Lagos roads

Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State on Tuesday restated that Vehicle Inspection Officers (VIOs) had no business staying on Lagos roads. “Let me reiterate that vehicle inspection officers have been asked to stay off our roads permanently,’’ he affirmed. ...
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VIOs not completely banned from Lagos roads, says LASG

The Lagos State Government (LASG) says it has not completely  banned the operations of  the Vehicle Inspection Service (VIS) being performed by Vehicle Inspection Officers (VIOs) in the state. The state Commissioner for Transportation, Prince Olanrewaju Eleg...
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7.6m cars putting undue pressure on Nigerian roads, causing accidents –Corps Marshal

7.6m cars putting undue pressure on Nigerian roads, causing accidents –Corps Marshal

The Corps Marshal of Federal Road Safety Corps [FRSC], Mr Boboye Oyeyemi, on Monday said the number of cars in the country was putting undue pressure on the nation’s road network, thereby causing accidents. Oyeyemi said Nigeria has over 7.6...<!-- AddThis Ad...
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Special marshal decries motorists’ hostility to traffic officers

Special marshal decries motorists’ hostility to traffic officers

Mr Friday Ekhator, Edo Coordinator, Special Marshal Unit of the Federal Road Safety Corps [FRSC], has decried the growing hostile attitude of some motorists in the state to traffic officers. He said that such motorists should imbibe positive attitude and...<!-...
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Nigeria ranks 3rd in Africa’s internet affordability index: Report

Nigeria ranks 3rd in Africa’s internet affordability index: Report

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) said it had arrested 130 commercial drivers in Eket for failure to install the Speed Limiting Device on their vehicles. The FRSC Unit Commander in Eket, Mr Nicholas Akueme, disclosed this in an interview...<!-- AddThis Adva...
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Abuja Runway completion credit to Buhari government: Lai Mohammed

Abuja Runway completion credit to Buhari government: Lai Mohammed

Alhaji Lai Mohammed The timely completion of the Abuja International Airport runway has confirmed that “Nigerians elected a responsive, responsible and capable federal government”, under President Muhammadu Buhari. The minister of Information and Culture, ...
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Abuja airport runway 99 per cent completed —NCAA

Abuja airport runway 99 per cent completed —NCAA

The Director-General of Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Capt. Muhtar Usman, on Sunday said the Nnamdi Azikiwe International  Airport, Abuja runway project  was 99 per cent completed. Usman made this known in a statement signed by the media consulta...
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