Disobedient road users in Nigeria to undergo checkup


The Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, on Tuesday discharged rules for the proposed psychiatric examination of movement guilty parties in the nation.

The Corps Marshal, Boboye Oyeyemi, had on Monday, told columnists in Abuja that the test would start across the country on July 1.

As indicated by the rules issued by the Corps’ Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem, the activity will cover life debilitating movement offenses which are uncontrolled in the nation.

The distinguished offenses are utilization of telephone while driving, course infringement, movement light infringement, unsafe driving and over-burdening.

Mr. Kazeem said that guilty parties would have their driver’s licenses pulled back pending affirmation of their rational soundness or something else.

He clarified that the violators would bear the full cost of the examination, which would be directed at perceived open medicinal offices.

“The move emerged from watched irritating accidents and noncompliance to street activity laws and direction.

“This country can never again watch the lives and property of its residents squandered by a couple non-conformists on the roadways,” he cited the corps marshal as saying.