Early Monday accident claims 4 lives on Lagos -Ibadan expressway

Four persons were confirmed dead on Monday in an early morning accident involving a Mazda bus and a Daf truck around Saapade bridge on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway. Mr Ahmed Umar,  the FRSC Sector Commander in Ogun confirmed the incident to News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abeokuta. Umar said that the accident occurred at 2:50am... Continue Reading →

PHOTOS: Police Block Lagos-Ibadan Expressway As Lock Down Order Takes Effect

As part of plans to effectively lock down the Lagos metropolis, the police have blocked the inbound and outbound sections of the Lagos-Ibadan expressway. This move follows the recent order by President Muhammadu Buhari, in line with local and global best practices for curbing the spread of COVID-19. In his nationwide broadcast on Sunday, President... Continue Reading →

Workers Left Stranded As Gridlock At Lagos-Ibadan Expressway Thickens

Some Lagos State workers were forced to return home on Wednesday after the gridlock on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway took a turn for the worse. The gridlock, which affected the two lanes of the road, led to a standstill of vehicular movement for many hours. Some commuters, who became frustrated with the situation, disembarked from commercial... Continue Reading →

FRSC Tests Lagos Drivers’ Alcohol Level

The Federal Road Safety Corporation (FRSC) has begun testing the alcohol levels of drivers in Lagos State. The exercise, which was flagged off on Saturday, is, according to the Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem, part of efforts to ensure the safety of commuters along the Lagos-Ibadan expressway. https://youtu.be/ymnVqlazSIo It is expected to last between December... Continue Reading →

Twin Tanker Explosion Forces Closure Of Sagamu Interchange Bridge

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) on Thursday announced the closure of the Sagamu Interchange Bridge in the south-western part of the country. A statement signed by the Public Education Officer of the (FRSC) Ogun State Sector Command, Florence Okpe, explained that the decision was a result of the twin tanker explosion that occurred under... Continue Reading →

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