Zero fatality campaign arrests and seizures

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FRSC is sending a clear message to unregistered motorcycle drivers.

TVC News Nigeria gives us a report on over 13,000 arrests due to unregistered motorcycles.

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has put measures in place to target zero fatality during the 2022 ember months, despite a projected increase in human and vehicular traffic. The FRSC is working to improve road safety conditions and reduce the number of accidents during this time period. Some of the measures that have been put in place include: – Increasing the number of patrols on the roads – Providing more training for drivers – Working with other agencies to improve road conditions – Educating the public on road safety These measures are expected to help reduce the number of accidents and fatalities during the ember months. Criminal activities are also being targeted as many occurrences involve the use of motorcycles.


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Ask Nigeria
22 days ago

Zero fatality campaign arrests and seizuresFRSC is sending a clear message to unregistered motorcycle drivers.Express your point of view.

Ultra0711
Member
21 days ago

Seeing how motorcycle as turn to a tool for carrying out criminal activities, federal government should just put a general ban on motorcycle.

DimOla
Member
21 days ago

It well be great if the FRSC could implement what they have promised and get all the motorcycle drivers registered. It will go a long way to reduce accident and criminal activities.

Godsewill Ifeanyi
Member
21 days ago

This new principle should be implemented strictly and communicated warning to motorcyclists.

Taiwoo
Member
21 days ago

These FRSC current work will improve road safety conditions and reduce the number of accidents occurring.

Kazeem1
Member
21 days ago

This is a very progressive step from the FRSC towards curbing the rate at which unregistered bike are been used to infiltrate and commit bad act around our communities

Chibuzor
Member
21 days ago

Educating the public on road safety
measures will help more to reduce the number of accidents and fatalities in our communities.

SarahDiv
Member
21 days ago

If what FRSC want to do are effectively implemented and the registering(data gathering about the driver) of motorcycle drivers are enforced it will go a long way to reduce road accident and checkmate criminal activities.

Iyanu12345ogg
Member
21 days ago

They should be enlightened about what lack of being registered brings before actions will be taking against them. So they can following due processes.

Last edited 21 days ago by Iyanu12345ogg
Bola12
Member
21 days ago

Citizens should be adequately educated on road safety measures, so they can make use of the things they’ve learnt and reduce casualties

Remi1
Member
21 days ago

motorcycle owners should register as soon as possible, before legal action is taken against them as they highly need to comply with the stated principle.

Tolaniiii
Member
21 days ago

The RRSC should try their best to reduce the number of unregistered motorcycles drivers, these people are always the major cause of accidents

Christiana
Member
21 days ago

The FRSC has been doing a good job so far, they should ensure that all drivers and motorcycle riders comply with the laid down rules

Nwachukwu Kingsley
Member
21 days ago

FRSC should start prosecuting and penalizing those who are caught to with unregistered motorcycle as they are flagged as suspect.

Hassan Isa
Member
21 days ago

Unregistered motorcycle has been a problem in many area as they are been used for criminal act. Necessary authorities should work on it.

Adesanyaj72
Member
21 days ago

Increasing the number of patrols on the roads seems like the real deal that will help mitigate the level of fatality in this ember month.

Adeolastan
Member
21 days ago

Serious measure must put in place to curb the use of unregister motorcycle in the society,the agency responsible to curb this act should to their work deligently.

theApr
Member
21 days ago

Good luck to me the FRSC on this one. Also motorcyclist should endeavor to register, and do the needful to avoid being victim of the arrest.

Tonerol10
Member
21 days ago

All those motorcyclist should register now before action will be taking against them. They can not be making money without following the normal process

Haykaylyon26
Member
21 days ago

All those motorcyclist which are not registered should go and get register because the FRSC will start to deal with those who are not registered. Criminal activities done are usually done by unregistered motorcycle People should be educate about road rules so to afford accident occurring

Abusi
Member
21 days ago

This is a warning to the motorcyclists that have not been registered. Bikes has been banned in some places in. Lagos state. If the other ones don’t register themselves soon, they will all be banned across the state.

jdpumping
Member
21 days ago

More needs to be done about these un registered motorcycles,the way some riders ride and their unruly behavior you know they need to learn and relearn and thanks to FRSC because these riders mostly do not have liscence for operation.