Court fixes Sept 4 for suit against FRSC

Daily Trust - - LAW - By John Chuks Azu

A Fed­eral High Court in Abuja has set Septem­ber 4 for adop­tion of final ad­dresses in the suit against the Fed­eral Road Safety Corps (FRSC) for neg­li­gence.

Jus­tice Adeniyi Ade­mola fixed the date fol­low­ing the con­clu­sion of the ex­am­i­na­tion of FRSC wit­ness, Ibrahim Soje, a driver at­tached to FRSC by coun­sel to the ap­pli­cant and no­tary pub­lic, Abang OdokO­gar.

Mrs Joan Oluwaseun Enebong, a med­i­cal doc­tor with the Nige­rian War Col­lege in Abuja, sued the FRSC after the corps failed to ac­cede to her claims of losses in­curred as a re­sult of a crash in­volv­ing her ve­hi­cle and that of the corps.

In her state­ment of claim, Enebong averred that at about 8.30 pm on her way home from work on June 16, 2014, on Gwarimpa-Kubwa by­pass in Abuja, her Corolla car with Regis­tra­tion num­ber: KWL 208 MG col­lided with FRSC’s tow­ing truck sta­tioned on the road.

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