Stakeholders in the nation’s road sector have lauded improvement on roads across the country, commending the Federal Government, the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, SAN, and his team for the innovative approach to road management.
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A petrol tanker on Tuesday morning spilled its content along the Lagos-Badagry road, causing a fire outbreak which consumed seven vehicles. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the inferno, which began at about 5.00 a. m, destroyed the contents of a Mack trailer conveying crates of drinks from Intercontinental Breweries. The fire gutted […]
Fire guts seven vehicles
Ghana has imposed introduced a tax on luxury vehicles and the collection of the taxes would commence on Wednesday, (today), August 1. According to a statement issued by the Ghana Revenue Authority, the taxes will only affect cars with engine capacity above 2950 or 3.0 and above, reports Citinewsroom. The new tax initiative states that vehicles […]
Forum of Commissioners for Transportation on Wednesday urged states to adopt Computerised Vehicle Inspection to enhance safety and also implement the upgrade of VIO Oral test for driving license credibility.
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The Federal Government has placed a ban on importation of haulage vehicles that are 10 years and above old from the date of manufacture. The ban is expected to take effect from 1st of January 2020.
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Worried by the spate of violent crimes in the state, the Cross River State Government has introduced a new coding system on commercial vehicles operating in the state, including tricycles, to curb armed robbery, kidnapping and other crimes.
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Two persons were confirmed dead, several others injured and property worth millions of naira destroyed, yesterday, as train rammed into a 14-seater commercial bus in Agege-Pen Cinema area of Lagos State.
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