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FRSC Is Not A Revenue-generating agency – FRSC  Boss



Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, is not a revenue-generating agency of government.

This is according to the new Sector Commandant of the Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, Umuahia Sector, Mr. Paul Ikechukwu.

He served it as a warning to FRSC personnel who are fond of extorting motorists.

According to Ikechukwu, there would be sanction of any personnel caught extorting money from motorists.

Mr. Ikechukwu made the vow during a courtesy visit to the Nigeria Union of Journalists NUJ Abia State Council, said that the corps had zero tolerance for corruption.

He said that any photo or video clip of any erring personnel uploaded to the app gets to the Corps Marshall directly who would immediately order for investigations and necessary action.

The FRSC boss said the corps also helped in identifying accident-prone spots on the roads and make recommendations to the relevant government agencies.

He cautioned motorists especially tricycle operators against over-speeding and over loading to avoid road crashes.

Mr. Ikechukwu also urged motorists to ensure that their vehicles are properly registered for easy tracing in the eventuality of theft, and to always ensure that they have valid driver’s license.

According to him, Nigeria’s current diver’s license is recognised in some European countries for three months after which the user goes for the host country’s driver’s license.

He further hinted that the corps had commended testing of motorists for alcohol as part of measures to minimise road crashes.

The FRSC Sector Commandant solicited the support and cooperation of Journalists especially in publicising the activities of the corps. is an authoritative car blog in Nigeria. Its objective is to get Nigerians and a wider audience to be more informed about automobiles, the automotive sector and transport infrastructure. Over the years, we have been instrumental in creating immeasurable public awareness about automobiles and their maintenance, safety and traffic laws, amongst others. ...Your mobility, our priority. NK