Federal Road Safety Recruitment 2020/2021 Application UPDATE  Portal.



Federal Road Safety Recruitment 2020 application form is out! The Federal Road Safety department has successfully commenced recruitment intake for 2020 session.

Read through this page carefully to learn more about the eligibility requirements, qualifications, application deadline and other relevant information.


The key purpose of the Federal Road Safety Corps recruitment is to create more jobs for Nigerian youths both graduates and undergraduates. By so doing, unemployment in Nigeria will be curbed and become the story of the past.


The Federal Road Safety Commission is a government-owned agency whose major or primary function is to ensure that there is free-flowing traffic on all highways in the country.:

It is a Para-military agency that direct and controls all road users on how best to utilize the highways in the country. The commission also has legal authority to arrest and punish road users who fail to adhere to traffic rules and regulations.


Created in February 1988, the agency has been one of the most active paramilitaries in the country as they continue to ensure that there are little or no cases of accidents or casualties on federal and state roads.

About FRSC
In February 1988, the Federal Government created the Federal Road Safety Commission through Decree No. 45 of the 1988 as amended by Decree 35 of 1992 referred to in the statute books as the FRSC Act cap 141 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria (LFN). Passed by the National Assembly as Federal Road Safety Commission (establishment) Act 2007. The functions of the Commission generally relates to:

Making the highway safe for motorists and other road users.
Recommending works and devices designed to eliminate or minimize accidents on the highways and advising the Federal and State Governments including the Federal Capital Territory Administration and relevant governmental agencies on the localities where such works and devices are required, and

Educating motorists and members of the public on the importance of discipline on the highway.
In particular, the Commission is charged with the responsibilities for:

Preventing or minimizing accidents on the highway;
Clearing obstructions on any part of the highways;
Educating drivers, motorists and other members of the public generally on the proper use of the highways;

Designing and producing the driver’s license to be used by various categories of vehicle operators;
Determining, from time to time, the requirements to be satisfied by an applicant for a driver’s licence;
Designing and producing vehicle number plates
The standardization of highway traffic codes;

Giving prompt attention and care to victims of accidents
Conducting researches into causes of motor accidents and methods of preventing them and putting into use the result of such researches;
Determining and enforcing speed limits for all categories of roads and vehicles and controlling the use of speed limiting devices;

Cooperating with bodies or agencies or groups in road safety activities or in the prevention of accidents on the highways;

Making regulations in pursuance of any of the functions assigned to the Corps by or under this Act.
Regulating the use of sirens, flashers and beacon lights on vehicles other than ambulances and vehicles belonging to

the Armed Forces, Nigeria Police, Fire Service and other Para-military agencies;
Providing roadside and mobile clinics for the treatment of accident victims free of charge;
Regulating the use of mobile phones by motorists;
Regulating the use of seat belts and other safety devices;
Regulating the use of motorcycles on the highway;

Maintaining the validity period for drivers’ licenses which shall be three years subject to renewal at the expiration of the validity period; and
In exercise of the functions, members of the Commission shall have the power to arrest and prosecute persons reasonably suspected of having committed any traffic offense.


Branches of Federal Road Safety Commission in Nigeria
According to the commission’s official website, https://frsc.gov.ng/zonal-commands/ there are 12 FRSC zonal headquarters across the country. The zonal headquarters were initially five in its first year of establishment.

However, the number increased to 12 in 2004 due to the need for much workforce in the agency. Below is the list of the 12 zonal headquarters alongside their commanders and locations:
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1. Name: RS1HQ,

Location: Kaduna State Name of commander: AB DATSAMA (ACM) Email: rs1hq.kaduna@frsc.gov.ng Phone Number: 08077690010

2. Name: RS2HQ

Location: Lagos state Name of commander: SA OBAYEMI (ACM) Email: rs2hq.lagos@frsc.gov.ng Phone number: 08077690200

3. Name: RS3HQ

Location: Yola (Adamawa) Name of commander: AE Zambezi (ACM) Email: rs3hq.yola@frsc.gov.ng Phone number: 08077690300

4. Name: RS4HQ

Location: Jos (Plateau State) Name of commander in charge: A OMIYALE (ACM) Email: rs4hq.jos@frsc.gov.ng Phone number: 08077690400

5. Names: RS5HQ

Location: Benin (Edo state) Name of commander in charge: KA Adeleye (ACM) Email: rs5hq.benin@frsc.gov.ng Phone number: 08077690500 6. Name: RS6HQ Location: Port-Harcourt (Rivers State) Name of commander in charge: K AGOMOH (ACM) Email: rs6hq.portharcourt@frsc.gov.ng Phone number: 08077690600

7. Name: RS7HQ

Location: Abuja (FCT) Commander In charge: UG Ibrahim (ACM) Email: rs7hq.gwarinpa@frsc.gov.ng Phone number: 08077690700

8. RS8HQ

Location: Ilorin (Kwara state) Commander In Charge: AA Nwaka (ACM) Email: rs8hq.ilorin@frsc.gov.ng Phone number: 08077690800

9. Name: RS9HQ

Location: Enugu (Enugu State) Commander in charge: PO Osadebamwen (ACM) Email: rs9hq.enugu@frsc.gov.ng Phone number: 08077690900

10. Name: RS10HQ

Sokoto (Sokoto State) Name of Commander In Charge: KY Olagunju (ACM) Email: rs10hq.sokoto@frsc.gov.ng Phone number: 08077690100

11. Name: RS11HQ

Location: Osogbo (Osun State) Name of Commander In Charge: GO Ogagaoghene (ACM) Email: rs11hq.OSHOGBO@frsc.gov.ng Phone Number: 0807769011

12. Name: RS12HQ

Location: Bauchi (Bauchi State) Name of Commander In Charge: JI Etuk (ACM) Email: rs12hq.bauchi@frsc.gov.ng Phone number: 08077690120

Strength of Federal Road Safety Commission
Just like every other Paramilitaries, FRSC is legally supported by the Federal government of Nigeria. Hence, they have all legal right to detain, arrest and punish every driver or motorist who breaks traffic rules and regulations.

Available Positions & Requirements
NOTE: The vacant positions below are of the last recruitment intake. BOOKMARK this page in other to stay up-to-date. Consequently, applications are invited from suitably qualified individuals for appointment into the following positions below:

Road Marshal Assistant II.
Applicants must be holders of SSCE (WAEC/NECO) or NABTEB, two of the subjects must be English Language and Mathematics.

Road Marshal Assistant III.
Applicants must be holders of three (3) credits in SSCE (WAEC/NECO) or NABTEB, one of the credits must be in English Language.
Artisans and Tradesmen.Artisans and Tradesmen may apply under this category. Those applying for the posts of Computer Operators, Drivers, Mechanics, Motorcycle Riders, Electricians, Instrumentalists, Tailors, Plumbers, etc must possess the following:
A minimum of 4 passes in SSCE (WAEC/NECO) or NABTEB.

Trade Test and or other professional Certificates.
Drivers and Riders must have the appropriate class of Driver’s Licence
Marshal Inspecto


Candidates must possess the following:
Higher National Diploma (HND) in relevant disciplines.
NYSC Discharge Certificate.
Statement of Result not beyond 5 years.
Marshal Inspector II.

Candidates must possess the following:
Nigerian Certificate of Education (NCE) in relevant disciplines.
Registered Nurse/Midwife (RN/RM).

Statement of Result not beyond 5 years.
Marshal Inspector III.
Candidates must possess the following:
National Diploma (ND) in relevant disciplines.
National Diploma in Community Health Extension Work.
Statement of Result not beyond 5 years.
CATEGORY C – Officer Cadre:

Officer Cadre.
Candidates must possess the following:
i. Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized institution of higher learning in any of the following disciplines; Law, Medicine, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Laboratory Science, Psychology, Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics, Insurance/Actuarial Science, Computer Science, Information and Communication Technology, Physical and Health Education, Accounting, Management Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Mass Communication, Social Sciences and Humanities.

NYSC Discharge Certificate.
CATEGORY D – Officer(MBBS) Cadre:
Officer(MBBS) Cadre.
Candidates must possess the following:
Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized institution of higher learning in Medicine
NYSC Discharge Certificate.

General Requirements
Applicants must be:

Nigerian by birth
Not be less than 18 years or more than 30 years old in 2018 (35 years will be considered for medical Doctors)
Be single

Not less than 1.68 metres for male and 1.63 metres for female in height
Have a fully expanded chest measurement of not less than 0.87 metres for men only
Be physically and mentally fit for paramilitary activities
Produce a certificate of medical fitness from a government hospital
Be free from any form of financial embarrassment, be of good character, and must not have been convicted of any criminal offenses
Applicants Must Note that:

Computer literacy and possession of valid drivers licence shall be an added advantage
Any certificate or qualification not declared or tendered at the time of recruitment process cannot be subsequently presented for career progression in the corp
Anyone found to have submitted false document would be disqualified and prosecuted
Double entries would be disqualified

Shortlisted applicant would be required to take a computer-based examination to be conducted by JAMB
Shortlisted applicant would be required to undergo drug test with the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA)
Shortlisted candidates are expected to come along with a print out of their forms as well as the acknowledge
This Exercise attract no Fee.

How to Apply for FRSC Recruitment
Applications must be Online.
The candidate is expected to log into the website http://www.frsc.gov.ng
Fill and submit the application form online via /https://recruitment.frsc.gov.ng
Candidates are advised to print out the Referee forms which must be duly completed for submission during screening.

Candidates should NOTE that multiple applications will automatically be disqualified.
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APPLICATION FEE: Candidates should note application is absolutely free.

CLOSING DATE: All applications are expected to be completed and submitted within six weeks from the date of this publication.
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Contact Details
Federal Road Safety Corps
National Headquarters
No. 3 Maputo Street.
Zone 3, Wuse, Abuja, Nigeria


122 (Emergency Toll free Line)
0700- CALL – FRSC
0700 – 2255 – 3772
0807- 769 – 0362 (Text Messages Only)


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How to Get FRSC Recruitment Update
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Salary Structure
Members of the Federal Road Safety Commission receive their monthly or annual salary based on rank or position. This is why we have decided to list the position or ranks available in the commission alongside the salary attached to each positions. See the list below:

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S/N Rank Basic Annual Salaries
1 Chief Inspector (CI) ₦1405449
2 Deputy Chief Inspector (DCI) ₦1325234
3 Assistant Chief Inspector (ACI) ₦1252038
4 Principal Marshal Inspector (PMI) ₦1143539
5 Senior Marshal Inspector (SMI) ₦1,058,416
6 Marshal Inspector I (MI-I) ₦777,876
7 Marshal Inspector II (MI-II) ₦548,387
8 Marshal Inspector III (MI-III) ₦393,442
9 Chief Road Marshal Assistant (CRMA) ₦966,761
10 Deputy Road Marshal Assistant (DRMA) ₦539,048
11 Senior Road Marshal Assistant (SRMA) ₦387,428
12 Road Marshal Assistant I (RMA I) ₦349,589
13 Road Marshal Assistant II (RMA II) ₦319,741
14 Road Marshal Assistant III (RMA III) ₦305,576
Qualification and Rank Structure (Entry Level)
Qualification Grade Level Basic Salary Range per annum Possible Rank
SSCE 03 298506 ­­- 330231 RMA-III
OND 05 329853 – 374259 MI-III
HND 07 483014 – 567065 MI
BSC 08 888956 – 988991 ARC

It is important you know that a member of the Federal Road Safety Corp who Joins the agency with a secondary certificate earns nothing less than N40, 000 per month. As a graduate of any higher institution, you’re entitled to enjoy nothing less than N100, 000 as your monthly salary while some incentives are additional advantages. High-ranked officers earn monthly salary that ranges from N250, 000 and above.

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers by Job Seekers
– When will 2020 FRSC recruitment commence?
The federal road safety recruitment will be updated any moment from now to start receiving application from interested members of the public.

Just get all your credentials dusted and certainly we will do our best to help you with all information that will help process your application once it start officially.

– When will the registration close

FRSC recruitment will only last for a period of six weeks hence if you are interested just quickly apply during this period the portal is open for registration because if the portal is close you will have to wait for the next recruitment.

– Functions Of The Federal Road Safety Commission

Though the commission’s primary function is to ensure that there are no accident on the highways, FRSC is also involved in some activities that help in the development of the country. These activities include the following:

It Teaches Road Users On How To Perfectly Utilize The Highways:

If Nigeria must be free from road accidents, then road users must know all traffic rules and regulations. FRSC regularly organize interactive workshops where drivers and other road users are lectured on how to behave while driving. The agency welcome and provides answers to all questions from participants.

It Provides topnotch Rescue Services Should There Be Emergency Cases

FRSC has a rescue team whose major duty is provide quick help to victim of road accidents or any road-related emergency. In case you find yourself in any emergency while driving, you can reach out to the FRSC for quick help by dialing 122.

The Agency Makes Driving License Readily Available For Use

Driving your car without an up-to-date or substantial driving license in Nigeria is a crime. Hence, the commission are responsible for the design and the issuance of all important driving documents to interested drivers/car owners.

The Agency Ensures That Highways Are In Perfect Conditions For Use:

As much as it’s the function of the government to ensure that good roads are provided in the country, one of FRSC’s functions is to make sure that the roads are maximally maintained by users. The commission engages in regular cleaning of highways, amends pot-holes and clear trashes that could cause accidents. Other functions of the Federal Road Safety Commission include:

* Promoting cooperation among drivers and other stakeholders such as the National Union Of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) * Keeping up-to-date records of traffic-related data and stats for reference purposes. * Production and dispensation of Plate numbers to citizens who are in need of them.


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