In an effort to further improve the effectiveness of the agency, the agency called for eligible applicants from all over the country to apply for recruitment into the agency earlier this year. The recruitment process started in May 2018. Candidates were asked to complete registration forms online and successful applicants have been shortlisted for pre-screening examination to be carried out in designated centers nationwide.


Candidates who applied to be employed into the FRSC are to check their names on the published FRSC shortlist candidates for Nigerian Pre-screening test following this procedure.

  • Please Note: That successful candidates are to be reached through their email address.
  • So, Kindly check you the email address you used for registration and remember to check your spam section.
  • Best Of Luck
  • Visit FRSC Recruitment Portal on (http:/.frsc.gov.ng/)
  • Enter your Name and the State of Origin to check the list and screening date
  • Proceed to click the Verify Status button to confirm if you are selected.

The process is as simple as that. If you have been shortlisted, the above process will help you confirm. Successful candidates whose names appear on the list are to then proceed to the next stage which is the screening and physical assessment stage. Current information from the agency states that all shortlisted candidates will be informed of the date for zonal screening as well as time via the e-mail address they used for registration. However, it is also in the news that the exercise will commence from 24th Sept and end on the 29th of the same month. The screening is expected to be conducted in all state capitals nationwide.

FRSC Shortlisted Candidates 2018/2019 For Recruitment

The Public Education Officer of the Agency, Mr. Bisi Kazeem said in a statement released on Friday 14th sept 2018 that all applicants should check the email used for submission of the applications on Sept. 19 for information on the exercise. He stated that the information in the email will contain the venue, date, time of screening and required items to be taken along for the exercise. He also added that shortlisted applicants are to come with the summary data page earlier received by the email notification slip which shall admit them to the screening venue. He added that any candidate without the printout of the summary data page and notification slip for the phase of the exercise would not be admitted into the venue.

It is important to state the list of shortlisted candidates for the next stage of FRSC 2018 recruitment is not available anywhere on the internet and the only way to check if you have been shortlisted if you applied earlier is to follow the process listed above. Applicants are also enjoined to beware of fraudsters who are on the prowl to defraud them of their hard-earned money in the name of helping them get shortlisted for the FRSC 2018 recruitment.


  • September 24th To September 29th, 2018

What To Take Along

List of States that Eligible for Screening Exercise.

The FRSC Screening 2018/2019 is expected to hold in the capital cities of all the 36 States of Nigeria plus FTC.

Please note: Your FRSC Screening Centre And Venue Is In Your Invitation Mail

State                         Capital

Abia                         Umuahia

Adamawa                   Yola

Akwa Ibom                  Uyo

Anambra                  Awka

Bauchi                         Bauchi

Bayelsa.                   Yenagoa

Benue.                   Makurdi

Borno                        Maiduguri

Cross River.             Calabar

Delta.                      Asaba

Ebonyi.                   Abakaliki

Edo                               Benin

Ekiti                        Ado Ekiti

Enugu                        Enugu

Gombe                        Gombe

Imo                         Owerri

Jigawa                         Dutse

Kaduna                         Kaduna

Kano                         Kano

Katsina.                   Katsina

Kebbi.                       Birnin Kebbi

Kogi                         Lokoja

Kwara                         Ilorin

Lagos                          Ikeja

Nasarawa                   Lafia

Niger                         Minna

Ogun                       Abeokuta

Ondo                        Akure

Osun                        Oshogbo

Oyo                        Ibadan

Plateau.                      Jos

Rivers                       Port Harcourt

Sokoto                       Sokoto

Taraba                      Jalingo

Yobe                     Damaturu

Zamfara                Gusau

FCT                              Abuja

The venue of the FRSC screening centre where the training, screening and physical verification process will hold and take place in each city will be communicated to successful applicants via mail. Applicants are therefore enjoined to constantly check the email address they supplied when registering from the 19th of September 2018 to know the venue of their screening as well as items they are expected to bring along when coming for the screening.

The portal for the 2018 recruitment of new personnel into the Federal Road Safety Corps, an agency of the Federal Government of Nigeria started in the month of May of the same year. During the registration process, thousands of applications were received from Nigerians all over the country. The agency has reviewed the received applications and shortlisted those that are most qualified to be employed in the agency. Beginning from 19th of September, successful applicants will be sent emails detailing the date as well as the venue of their screening. Items that they will be required to bring along for the screening and physical verification exercise will also be stated in the mail. The exercise is expected to take place between the 24th and the 29th of September 2018.


Federal Road Safety Corps is an Agency of the Federal Government of Nigeria charged with the statutory responsibilities for road safety administration in Nigeria. The agency was founded in the year 1988 and operates in all states as well as the Federal Capital Territory. It is the lead agency in Nigeria on issues bordering on road safety administration and management. The statutory functions of the FRSC include: Making the highways safe for motorists and other road users, checking roadworthiness of vehicles, recommending works and infrastructures to eliminate or minimize accidents on the highways and also educating motorists and members of the public on the importance of road discipline on the highways.


Before the establishment of the Federal Road Safety Commission in the year 1988, there was no concrete and sustained policy action to address the carnage on roads in Nigeria. Previous attempts to address this challenge were limited, discrete and isolated attempts by some of the states of the federation and individuals. Some of the notable efforts made to create a formidable road safety program in the country include the effort of Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC) between 1960 and 1965. Another is the noble effort of the Nigerian Army in the training its officers and men on road safety in the early 1970s. This laudable effort also contributed to road safety ideas and consciousness in Nigeria. The First Public Road Safety Campaign in Nigeria was initiated in the year 1972 by the Nigerian Army when it launched an annual Road Safety Week. The first concrete and deliberate policy in road safety in Nigeria came into place with the creation of the National Road Safety Commission (NRSC) by the then military government. The effect of this commission, however, was not sustained. In 1977, the Military Administration in charge of Oyo state in the South West region of Nigeria created the Oyo State Road Safety Corps. The agency made significant improvements in maintaining road safety and road discipline in the state. The efforts of the agency in OYO state lasted until 1983 when the federal government disbanded it. When continuous incidents of traffic accidents remained abated in the country, the Federal government in the year 1988 saw the need to establish the Federal Road Safety Corps to address this challenge. Despite the spirited efforts of this organization, there is a continued trend of traffic accidents on Nigerian roads and this placed Nigeria as one of the most traffic accident (RTA) in the world in 2013. In fact, the country ranked 1st in Africa that year.


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  1. please with all due respect sir, can i still come as i did nt recive d email or text message? i have nt been my self since i did not see mine.

  2. Notify me when the invitation messages reach your phone mean invitation above new candidates for road safety recruitment today

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