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Collaboration With Global Stakeholders Presentations

January 2015  Presentation At The World Bank/ Federal Road Safety Corps Annual Meeting in Washington DC.

January 2015  Collaboration With International Stakeholders.

January 2015  Presentation At The World Bank/ Federal Road Safety Corps Annual Meeting in Washington DC(Review).

02 September 2015  Achieving Road Safety Through Collaboration With Other Stakeholders.

January 2016  General Impact Of The Global Road Safety Facility And World Bank On Road Safety In Nigeria.

15 February 2016  Fostering Strategic Partnership For Effective Motor Vehicle Administration In Nigeria.

16 February 2016  Presentation To Major Oil Marketers Association: Continuous Engagement Panacea For Nigeria Highway Safety.

March 2016  Presentation To The West Africa Road Safety Organisation (WARSO).

18 April 2016  A Brief To The World Health Organization Country Director, Nigeria.

25 May 2016 Working Together To Save More Lives on Nigerian Roads Through Effective Post Crash Care And Handling.

01 August 2016  Collaboration With The Nigeria Communications Commission.

17 September 2016   Collaboration With The American Society Of Safety Engineers

15 September 2016  Collaboration With The Economic And Financial Crimes Commission.

10 January 2017  Highlighting Progress On The World Bank Safe Corridor Project In Nigeria.

24 February 2017 Sharing The Experience: Case Study Of The World Bank Safe Corridor Project.

April 2017   FRSC Interface With The Dangote Group: The Need To Improve Company Road Safety Issues.

02 August 2017  Presentation To The United Nations Country Team On The Journey So Far.

12 August 2017 Collaborative Road Safety Improvement Efforts In Nigeria.

02 November 2017 Improving Safety On Nigeria Roads Through Effective Road Safety Campaigns.

January 2018  A Presentation Of Key Road Safety Programmes In Nigeria In 2017 To The World Bank in Washington DC.

01 June 2018  Sustainability Mobility Efforts In Nigeria.

2018   Impact Of The World Bank On Road Safety Management In Nigeria.

2018 Interfacing With The African Development Bank On Road Safety In Nigeria.

2018  Driver Training/Testing: The Nigerian Experience.

31 March 2019 Advancing Road Safety Management In Nigeria: A Meeting With International Partners And Donor Agencies. 

29 July 2019 African Perspective On Road Safety Leadership: The Nigeria's Experience. 

02 March 2021 Impact of the World Bank on Road Safety Management : The Nigeria Safe Corridor Project Experience.

FRSC Stewardship Presentations

15 August 2014   Industrial Relations, Labour Productivity and National Development In Nigeria.

19 August 2014   Opening Address For The Sector Of DLCs And Unit Of Workstations.

August 2014 Road Safety Audit As An Effective Tool For Improving Safety Performance Of Roads.

04 November 2014   Governance And The Public Policy Process: FRSC Contribution To The Transformation Process of Nigeria.

18 June 2015    Road Safety in Africa: The Federal Road Safety Corps's Experience.

13 January 2016  Annual Briefing With The World Bank: Focus And Achievements Of  The Federal Road.

17 March 2017  Vision, Strategies and Goals of The Federal Road Safety Corps.

21 July 2017  Innovations And Visions Of The Federal Road Safety Corps.

07 August 2017   Strategy Session With Commanding Officers.

31 August 2017  Presentation on Road Signs And Signals In Geneva Switzerland.

16 February 2018   Presentation To Cadets at FRSC Academy, Udi.

17 January 2019 Review Of Public Policy And Practices On Road Safety Along National And African Regional Corridors.

19 February 2018  Celebrating 30 Years of Road Traffic Administration And Safety Management In Nigeria.

06 May 2019 Building A Centre Of Excellence In Road Safety Management In Africa Through The FRSC Academy. 

11 July 2019 Overview Of Road Safety In Africa (Nigeria): University of Wolverhampton Road Safety Stakeholders' Workshop, 2019.

15 July 2019 Ethics, Commitment, Patriotism, and Service Delivery.

05 February 2020 Performance Evaluation in the Public Service.

20 August 2020 Re-engineering the Corps for Road Safety Advancement in the face of COVID-19 Pandemic.

16 March 2021 Road Safety Enforcement In Nigeria: The Importance Of Knowledge Exchange To Effective Road Safety Enforcement In Africa.

24 May 2021 Nigeria’s Lead Agency on Road Traffic Administration and Safety Management Yesterday, Today and ...

Government Presentations

19 August 2014  Presentation At The Nigerian Bar Association Annual Conference, 2014.

27 January 2015  Petroleum Tanker Tragedies: Imperatives For Road Safety In Nigeria, A Presentation To The Senate Committee On Petroleum Resources (Downstream).

27 August 2015 Presidential Briefing To His Excellency, Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR President, Commander-in-Chief Of The Armed Forces Federal Republic Of Nigeria At The State House, Abuja.

26 November 2015  Tackling Current Evolving And Future Traffic Management Needs Of Lagos State.

2015  Welcome Address For Sector And Unit Heads of DCLs Workshop.

01 February 2016 The Proposed Road Safety Commission (Amendment) Bill: Explanatory Notes To The House Of Representatives.

26 February 2016  Discourse With The Hon. Minister Of State For Health Dr. Osagie Ehanire.

09 March 2016  Road Traffic Crash Investigation Report Involving The Hon. Minister Of State For Labour And Productivity Barrister James Ocholi, SAN.

05 April 2016  Partnering With States On Road Safety Administration.

23 June 2016  Brief To The Senate Committee On ICT And Cyber-crime.

23 June 2016  Brief To Hon. Philip Shuiabu, Representing Etsako Federal Constituency

01 September 2016  Discourse Between Federal Controller Of Works And Federal Road Safety Corps Sector Commanders.

10 November 2016   Securing Legislative Support To Improve Road Safety In Nigeria.

27 March 2017   Executive-Legislative Relations: Gaps, Challenges And Prospects: FRSC Perspective

29 November 2017  Discourse With Heads Of State Traffic Management Agencies

2018 Partnering With Federal Ministry Of Power, Works And Housing To Secure Nigerian Roads.

2018  Brief By The Federal Road Safety Corps To The Federal Executive Council (FEC).

14 Feb 2019 Consumer Education As A Way Forward To Consumer Protection. 

11 June 2019 Key Governance And Service Delivery Issues In Driver Licence Issuance And FRSC Roles In Road Traffic Crash Reduction.

Transport Presentations

30 October 2014 Sustainable Transportation In Nigeria.

19 November 2014 The FRSC As The Pivot Of Safety In Articulated vehicles' Role

14 May 2015 Entrenching Efficient Road Safety Management In Africa: Nigeria's Experience.

15 June 2015 Reclaiming The Highways: A Discourse With Stakeholders To Address The Rising Rate Of Crashes Involving Articulated Vehicles.

08 September 2015 Safety On Nigerian Roads: Imperatives of FRSC Fleet Initiatives.

29 September 2015 Positioning The Transport Sector In The Uncommon Transformation Agenda Of Akwa Ibom State.

03 November 2015 Non-Motorised Transportation: Bicycle, Walking, and Road Safety.

25 February 2016 Discourse With The Dangote Group On Effective Fleet Management

12  April 2016 Transportation As Catalyst For National Development

17 December 2016 Promoting Safe Operations In Transportation Of Liquid Hydrocarbons In Nigeria.

22 February 2017 Road Safety And Sustainable Transport Systems.

31 March 2017 Brief To The Association Of Maritime Truck Owners National Executive Council Meeting.  

12 July 2017 Truck Transit Parks A Panacea Towards Saner, Safer Roads.

13 July 2017 Road Safety And Sustainable Transport Systems

12 October 2017 FRSC Interface with The National Union Of Road Transport Workers.

14 March 2018 Strategies For Balancing Safety And Security On The Highways In Nigeria

14 March 2019 Africa - Europe Transport & Connectivity Task Force On Road Safety.

03 July 2019 Transportation And Road Safety Management: Achieving The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) In Nigeria. 

16 January 2020 The Roles of Government, Finance, Civil Society, and the Private Sector in Transforming Transportation.

21 May 2021 Improving Nigeria Transportation  System: The Way Forward​.

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