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FRSC Deploys Newly Promoted Officers

By Modupe Gbadeyanka

Following the recently concluded promotion exercise conducted by the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) where 36 senior officers were promoted to their next rank, the Corps Marshal, Mr Boboye Oyeyemi, has approved the posting of the newly promoted officers and others to different formations of the Corps across the country.

According to the Corps Public Education Officer, Mr Bisi Kazeem, this posting is part of concerted efforts by the Corps to ensure proficiency, dynamism and excellence in service delivery to the motoring public.

Speaking further, Mr Kazeem gave the list of the officers posted as: Deputy Corps Marshal (DCM) Julius A Asom, who was formerly the Special Assistant to the Corps Marshal, is now the Deputy Corps Marshal in charge of Special Duties and External Relations; Deputy Corps Marshal Kenneth Nwaegbe, former Commandant FRSC Academy Udi, now to head the Motor Vehicle Administration Department at the National headquarters; the former Zonal Commanding Officer, RS12 Bauchi, Deputy Corps Marshal, Shehu Alkali Zaki, is now the Deputy Corps Marshal in charge of Administration and Human Resources also at the headquarters of the commission.

Others are Assistant Corps Marshal (ACM) Ayobami Omiyale formerly Zonal Commanding Officer, Zone RS1HQ Kaduna to RS4HQ Jos as the Zonal Commanding Officer; the head of Number Plate Production Plant, Gwagwalada, ACM Oluwasusi Familoni is now deployed to the national headquarters as ACM National Vehicle Inspection Scheme (NVIS); ACM Angus Ibezim, who was the Sector Commander, Jigawa is now the Assistant Corps Marshal in charge of Man Power Development at the headquarters; the Zonal Commanding Officer, RS4HQ Jos, ACM Daniel Sayi, is now deployed as Assistant Corps Marshal Federal Operations; while ACM Jonah I Etuk is to take over as Zonal Commanding Officer RS12HQ Bauchi.

In the same vein, erstwhile Sector Commander, Rivers State, Assistant Corps Marshal Edward A Zamber, has now been deployed as the Commandant FRSC Academy Udi, while ACM Ann Marjah is to take over as Assistant Corps Marshal Administration at the national headquarters.

In addition, the former Commandant, Training School Jos, ACM Aliyu B Datsama, is now deployed as the Zonal Commanding Officer, Zone RS1 Kaduna, while ACM Umar G Ibrahim, the outgoing Sector Commander Kaduna has been deployed as the Zonal Commanding Officer, Zone RS7 Abuja.

Mr Kazeem also gave the list of Officers posted as Sector Commanders as follows: Corps Commander (CC) Ali Sule Tanimu, former Deputy Corps Public Education Officer is now the Sector Commander, Katsina sector command; Corps Commander Hafiz T Mohammed, former head, National Road Safety Advisory Council (NARSAC) is now the Sector Commander RS1.1 Kaduna; Corps Commander Francis Udoma formerly in charge of FRSC Estate, FRSC HQ as Sector Commander RS 9.4 Imo; and the erstwhile Sector Commander RS 4.2 Benue, Corps Commander, David Mendie to replace ACM Edward Zamber as Sector Commander RS6.1 Rivers.

Others are the outgoing Head of Operations, Anambra Sector Command, Corps Commander Uche Winifred Chukwurah, deployed as Sector Commander RS 11.3 Oyo; CC Aliyu Baba now Sector Commander Benue; CC Zubairu Mato is now Sector Commander Kano State; CC SN Orakwe redeployed to Plateau as Sector Commander; CC Frank Okwueze who was formerly heading the Awka production plant has now been made the Sector Commander RS3.3 Taraba; and CC S A Sale deployed as Sector Commander Jigawa.

Also, CC J A Owoade, the erstwhile Corps Commander in charge of Discipline at the national headquarters is now the Sector Commander, Zamfara.

Pursuant to this, the Corps Marshal expressed confidence in the ability of the newly posted officers to deliver as expected.

He therefore charged them to renew their commitment to service and ensure that they uphold the ideals of the Corps at all times.

Mr Oyeyemi also stated that this posting was a reflection of the Corps’ dynamic approach to service and unwavering determination to ensure that the roads were safe for all to use.

Modupe Gbadeyanka is a fast-rising journalist with Business Post Nigeria. Her passion for journalism is amazing. She is willing to learn more with a view to becoming one of the best pen-pushers in Nigeria. Her role models are the duo of CNN's Richard Quest and Christiane Amanpour.

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