Corps Marshal Approves Posting of FRSC Senior Officers, Appoints a New Spokesperson

In continuation of his ongoing repositioning exercise of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) for enhanced performance, the Corps Marshal, Dr  Boboye Oyeyemi has approved the redeployment of some senior officers of the Corps to man different Commands and Offices of the Corps across the country . In the posting released on Saturday by the Corps Secretary, Assistant Corps Marshal Susan Ajenge, the former Zonal Commanding Officer of Zone 7 Abuja, Assistant Corps Marshal Kingsley Agomo has been moved to takeover the affairs of Zone 6, Port Harcourt, while the erstwhile Zonal Commanding Officer of the Zone, Assistant Corps Marshal Jonas Agwu moves to Zone 4 Jos, to take charge of the affairs of the Zone.

In the same vein, erstwhile Zonal Commanding Officer, zone 4 Jos, Assistant Corps Marshal Oludare Fadogba is now to takeover the affairs of Zone 7 Abuja as the new helmsman. In addition, Assistant Corps marshal AA Nwaka who recently completed a course at the National Defence College Abuja has been deployed to the National Headquarters  Abuja, to takeover as the Assistant Corps Marshal in charge of Admin section.

Some highlights of the posting includes the appointment of Corps Commander Imoh Etuk, erstwhile Head of Corps Public Education Office at the FRSC National Headquarters Abuja was appointed as the new Sector Commander, Rivers state, while Corps Commander Bisi Kazeem, who was the Head of Media Relations and Strategy at the Corps Headquarters Abuja takes over as the new Head of Corps Public Education Office.

In the other deployments approved by the Corps Marshal, the former Sector Commander, Rivers state, Corps Commander Ayodele Kumakpayi is now the Head of Corps Safety and Transport Office at the National Headquarters Abuja, while the former Sector Commander, Kaduna state becomes the Head of Transport Section at the Technical Service Department, FRSC National Headquarters Abuja.

Other Commanding Officers affected in the posting includes the former Sector Commander, Gombe, Corps Commander DU Mendie who moves to Benue state as Sector Commander, while Corps Commander CB Nkwonta, the earstwhile Sector Commander, Benue takes charge in Cross River state in the same capacity and Corps Commander I Igwe, moves from Cross River state as Sector Commander to Bayelsa state in the same capacity.

In addition, Corps Commander James Mbatse moves from Niger State as Sector Commander to assume the same position in Yobe state,while Corps Commanders IS Abubakar and US Ibrahim were moved from Imo and Osun states as Sector Commanders to assume the same positions in Gombe and Kaduna states respectively, among other Officers affected in the shakeup.

The posting which involves a total of 71 Officers across the federation takes immediate effect, while handing and taking over process is expected to be completed latest by 10th of this month.

The Corps Marshal enjoins all Officers of the FRSC to brace up to the challenges of delivering safety to the people of Nigeria in line with the Corps’ 2017 strategic goals.

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