The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) on Wednesday advised motorists and commuters travelling through Kogi to take alternative routes to either South or North to avoid the Koto-Kogi gridlock.
Two separate auto crashes on Monday left one person dead while six others escaped death with various degrees of injury in Kogi.
The Federal Road Safety Corps has mobilised 700 personnel and 20 equipment to highways in Kogi State to ensure the free flow of traffic during the Sallah celebration.
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Kogi Sector Command, has deployed 950 personnel to monitor highways, especially accident prone areas in the state.
By Stephen Adeleye The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Kogi Sector Command, has raised concern over the recent spike in the occurrence of road traffic crashes along some major…
… The Kogi State Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps has warned against night journeys as the state has become unsafe for motorists and commuters.