The Federal Road Safety Corp. (FRSC) has redeployed no fewer than seven senior officers to various zonal offices of the corp., the move of which was said to be part of the law enforcement agent’s measure to maintain and strengthen continuous safety on roads across Nigeria.
It explained that the development was necessary to ensure the safety corp is kept abreast of unforeseen circumstances and that those on the deployment list includes one Deputy Corps Marshal (DCM) and six Assistant Corps Marshals (ACM).
Others were DCM Hyginus Z Fomsuk, former Assistant Corps Marshal in charge of Command Administration and Strategy at the FRSC National Headwaters Abuja, recently appointed to new rank, moved to assume new position as Deputy Corps Marshal in charge of Special Duties and External Relations.
Aside him, Sokoto State former Zonal Commanding Officer, ACM Kayode Olagunju, was deployed to Jos to head same position while ACM Jonas Agu take over as new Zonal Commanding Officer of Abuja Zonal office.
Also, ACM Imoh Etuk, Abuja Zonal Commanding officer, who has been moved to take over the affairs of Zone RS2HQ Lagos , while ACM Emmanuel Abe, formerlly in charge of Personnel in the Department of Administration and Human Resources at the FRSC National Headquarters Abuja, would be head of Command Administration and Strategy also at the National Headquarters, as well as ACM Mohammed Hussaini, that was deployed to represent as personnel at FRSC’s National Headquarters Abuja.
Meanwhile, ACM Ismaila Kugu who was until now the ACM in charge of Administration at the FRSC National Headquarters will now assume duty as the new Zonal Commanding Officer in charge of Zone RS10 Sokoto.
The Corp Mashal, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, confirmed that seven senior officers of the corp were redeployed and that the decision was in the best interest of Nigeria safety on roads across the nation.
Through a statement issued over the weekend by the corp’s Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem, the Corp Mashal implored redeployed officers to remain steadfast in their new assignments and rededicate themselves to challenges of moving the Corps to greater heights in line with the prevailing circumstances in the country.
He urged the officers to continue to focus on ensuring orderliness and discipline among road users in the country, particularly in the face of the current health challenges posed by COVID-19.
Oyeyemi assured members of the public that FRSC will remain committed to supporting the Federal Government in achieving its social and economic goals through safety on the highways.