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Oct
2022
27

FRSC URGES MOTORISTS, COMMUTERS TO AVOID OVER-SPEEDING, OVERLOADING & UNSAFE TYRES, FLAGS-OFF EMBER MONTH SAFETY CAMPAIGN ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

393oj3n3nn3808216265942985608 As the ember month comes in full swing to wind up the year 2022, road users have been urged to do everything necessary in keeping the road safe and secure during the festive period.
Aimed at enhancing road regulatory policies to reduce heavy traffic and also prevent casualties on the road, the Federal Road Safety Corps staged an awareness program at Sabo Park on the 26th of October 2022.
Themed 'Avoid overspeeding, overloading and unsafe tyres to arrive alive', the agency flagged off its ember month safety campaign, reminding motorists and commuters to stay careful on the road.
Playing host to HRM, Oba Kabiru Adewale Shotobi, Ayangburen of Ikorodu kingdom, Ably represented by High Chief Awolesi Salu and Otunba Ayodele Elesho, Delegates from Ikorodu local government council, Delegates from LASTMA, Corps zonal commanding officer, commander Olusegun Ogungbamide, the Deputy corps commander, Lucas Oguntade, CSP Kunle Omisakin, DPO Sagamu road and Lt. Col. E.O Sholotan, commanding officer 174 battalion Nigeria Army Ikorodu, the program sounded the alarm on the need to adhere to safety policies.
Welcoming guests to the ember campaign event, deputy commander, Lucas Oguntade intimated everyone with the essence of the gathering, drawing attention from all to the present statistics of road usage and systems.
In all, he made it apparent that it takes cooperation from both road users and the agency to create a conducive road usage network which will aid a better configuration system for Lagos state in general. Commander Olusegun Ogungbamide in his remarks cited that it is not how long an individual has been driving, but how careful they're on the road that matters. According to him, "You can display all your expertise here on earth alone, but it is not relevant in heaven, following the regulations of the federal road safety corps secures our road from accidents".
He continued, "This year alone we've recorded 74 deaths in Lagos State, 230 injured due to accidents on the road. And am sure everyone saw the news of the tanker explosion at Shagamu that claimed 10 lives some days ago". "Indeed, Good road prevents accidents but bad road increases them, but one thing is certain, we've ascertained that 50% of the accident occurred at night". "Knowing fully well that the Lagos State government is working overtime to improve our road standards and networks, we must apply preventive measures on our own to avoid casualties" Commander Olusegun added. Otunba Ayodele Elesho, speaking in the capacity of HRM, Oba Kabiru Adewale Shotobi, Ayangburen of Ikorodu kingdom, cautioned road users that for everyone life that dies on the road, about four families are affected. He explained, "While we're urging commuters to drive with care, we also urge the road marshal to stay firm in discharging their rules and regulations". "If a vehicle must be road worthy then the road must be worthy of the vehicles".
Otunba Elesho further stated that if 90 per cent of a road marshal's job is to serve the people, then the agency must step up its game to aid better performance.
"Even now that the agencies can generate revenue it means they must upgrade their functions in strategic measures on regular basis". "While we're looking at the improvement from the side of the agency, as road users, we must also adhere to the rules and regulations of the road marshals if we want to stay safe too" Otunba Elesho urges motorists and commuters in closing.
The high point of the program saw the presentation of two brand-new patrol vehicles to the corps in the Ikorodu division to enhance their functions.
Others in attendance include; Comrade Oladipupo Oluwole, Alhaji Shobote Gbenga, Mr Oseni Ramon, Williams Omolere, Olukofun Odunayo, Tiamiyu Aishat Bolanle and many more special guests.

As the ember month comes in full swing to wind up the year 2022, road users have been urged to do everything necessary in keeping the road safe and secure during the festive period. Aimed at enhancing road regulatory policies to reduce

Sep
2022
8

LASTMA TO COLLABORATE FCTA ON TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT & CONTROL ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

lastma officers ranks and salary8799725119143494672 The Lagos Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) has concluded arrangements to collaborate with the Federal Capital Territory Administration, (Economic, Planning, & Public Private Partnership) on traffic Management and Control.
The General Manager of LASTMA, Mr. Bolaji Oreagba disclosed this while welcoming officials of the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) to his office at LASTMA Headquarters on Wednesday.
Mr. Oreagba explained that due to the high influx of people trooping daily into the metropolitan City of Lagos, traffic congestion has become a menace that required urgent attention, necessitating the establishment of LASTMA on the 15th of July, 2000 during the administration of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
The General Manager, who was represented by the Director of Rescue Department, Mr. Adeolu Joan added that the 22 year old Agency, in achieving its mandate, has over 4000 personnel managing the traffic across the metropolis for the desired goal of free flow of vehicular movement.
He maintained that all working ethics of the Authority including operations are being guarded and regulated by the Lagos State Traffic Sector Reform Law of 2018 as amended.
In his words, "Let me inform you that LASTMA was not established for revenue generation as being insinuated by some sections of the public. The Authority is purely saddled with the Control, Management and Regulation of Traffic related matters within Lagos metropolis".
"And we will continue to strive to achieve a Greater Lagos vision where effective and efficient traffic management will drive, improve and increase socio-economic development of Lagos", he added.
He highlighted details of the workings of the Authority including all the various departments and units that made up LASTMA.
Earlier in his address, the Head of the delegation and Secretary of the Economic, Planning Revenue Generation and Public, Private Partnership, (PPP) Honourable Agboola Lukman Dabiri, who was represented by Baba Shu'aibu Adukke, said his team was on a two-day working visit to understudy LASTMA's new and modern innovations of Road Traffic Management Control in order to improve on their services in FCT.
He commended LASTMA for its steadfastness in traffic management and control across the State.
The visiting team is scheduled to visit other LASTMA operational Centres in Lagos State.
Top officials in attendance at the meeting include all LASTMA Comptrollers, Head of Training Unit, Mr. Marcauly Modupe-Ore, Director of Operations, Mr. Peter Gbejemede, Mr. Adebayo Taofiq (Director, Public Affairs Unit LASTMA), Mr. Muazu Abdullahi (Deputy Director. Road Traffic Services FCT), Mrs. Osho Deborah (Head of Operation DRTS), Mrs. Caroline Okon (Assistant Director Revenue DRTS), Mrs. Halima Mahmud (Principal Planning Officer DRTS) and Mr. Abdulfatai Adewale (Admin. Officer I DRTS).

The Lagos Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) has concluded arrangements to collaborate with the Federal Capital Territory Administration, (Economic, Planning, & Public Private Partnership) on traffic Management and Control. The General Manager of LASTMA, Mr. Bolaji Oreagba disclosed this while welcoming officials of

Aug
2022
15

LASG DEPLOYS MORE BODYCAM FOR LASTMA PERSONNEL FOR TRANSPARENCY IN TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT & ENFORCEMENT ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

888887777777E26020494712170805243. To enhance transparency in traffic management and enforcement, the Lagos State Government has deployed more body cameras to the Lagos Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) personnel.
The event which took place at the weekend during the visit of the Special Adviser to the Governor on Transportation, Hon. Sola Giwa to the LASTMA headquarters at Oshodi, Lagos State had the LASTMA Personnel issued more body cameras with the pledge to keep them working for increased credibility and confidence in the delivery of effective traffic management and enforcement.
Explaining the reason for the redeployment of the gadgets, the Special Adviser stated that the Babajide Sanwo-Olu administration has brought lots of technological innovations to address the transport challenges of the State of which the body camera was one, for accurate traffic management among many other benefits.
Expressing his optimism of the bodycam to be able to deliver authentic traffic law violation reports or complaints as the case may be, Giwa further assured that the bodycam will provide accurate validation of any tale rendered by both the Law Enforcement Officers and Motorists, adding that the pictorial evidence will also help in investigating complaints lodged by aggrieved motorists.
On the operation of the camera, the LASTMA General Manager, Mr Bolaji Oreagba assured that the LASTMA Officers have been duly trained on the usage and so are capable of handling the gadget adding that the camera would have a significant effect on deviant behaviour on the road.
He further explained that the bodycam initiative is a win-win procedure for both the Law Enforcement Officers and Motorists as the regular arguments on traffic laws violation will be put to rest through detailed recordings.
A LASTMA Officer who spoke on the condition of anonymity at the gathering informed that what thrills Officers the most about the gadget is the fact that it provides another layer of security by dissuading would-be attackers from carrying out their heinous crimes knowing they would be captured by the body cams.
It will be recalled that the Germany-made body cameras which were launched in the year 2021 by the Governor of Lagos State, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu have been found to work effectively for 12 hours without a blink, as the battery life span is strong and durable for the use of the Law Enforcement Officers.
While lauding the LASTMA Officers for their renewed commitment to ensuring the State continues to witness tremendous improved traffic management, the Transport Special Adviser thanked the entire LASTMA workforce for the warm welcome he received at the headquarters.

To enhance transparency in traffic management and enforcement, the Lagos State Government has deployed more body cameras to the Lagos Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) personnel. The event which took place at the weekend during the visit of the Special Adviser to the

Sep
2021
22

FRSC, LASTMA, V.I.O & NSCDC BENEFITS FROM FREE MEDICAL CHECK-UP AS IKORODU DIAMOND LIONS CLUB ORGANISES HEALTH PROGRAM IN IKORODU ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

screenshot 20210922 1144323044382863390174435 According to Ikorodu Diamond Lions Club, Frontline road service personnel who ends up not partaking from their basic engagements to aid longevity has become the club next line of action to proffer solutions to community challenges.

According to Ikorodu Diamond Lions Club, Frontline road service personnel who ends up not partaking from their basic engagements to aid longevity has become the club next line of action to proffer solutions to community challenges. Agencies like Vehicle Inspection Officers (V.I.O),

Jun
2021
27

LASTMA GENERAL MANAGER DEBUNKS FAKE LIST OF NEW TRAFFIC OFFENCES AND FINES ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

dfg5523037433221932777 The General Manager of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA), Mr. Olajide Oduyoye, has said that the attention of LASTMA management has been drawn to a fake list purported to be new traffic offences and fines published by the agency.

The General Manager of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA), Mr. Olajide Oduyoye, has said that the attention of LASTMA management has been drawn to a fake list purported to be new traffic offences and fines published by the agency. Oduyoye

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