In an attempt to improve the nation's ailing roads infrastructure, the
More than 200,000 people die yearly from road accidents with a predictions that the figure is likely to increase to 500,000 annually by 2030 if the governments fail to act to prevent the doom.
Nigerian roads rank among the poorest in the world in terms of safety facilities, road network and management. This scenario is replicated in the regulation and enforcement of road transport activities. Many developing and developed countries have engaged in concerted efforts to reduce road traffic accidents.
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