Federal Road Safety Corps brings out list of states most affected by road traffic deaths in 2015.
The report cited Kaduna as having the highest number of traffic deaths with 474 deaths, Abuja came in second with 328 deaths while Kogi took the thirdposition with 310 deaths.
Borno had the least number of deaths with just 2 recorded deaths, Taraba recorded 14 deaths while Bayelsa took the third position with 16 deaths.
The Corps Marshal of the FRSC Boboye Oyeyemi said better equipments and training of traffic officers has led to an improvement of death and accident rates recorded in previous years.
He also said the introduction of speed limiting gadgets in commercial vehicles by October 1 would greatly reduce the number of crashes on Nigerian roads.