Saturday, January 6, 2018

109 FRSC officers redeployed

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has redeployed 109 officers.

This was confirmed in a statement on Friday, signed by the Corps’ spokesperson, Bisi Kazeem.

Kazeem quoted Boboye Oyeyemi, Corps Marshal, as saying the redeployment was in line with actualising 2018 goals of the corps.

Oyeyemi said Abubakar Ringim, assistant corps marshal, who was the zonal commanding officer of zone RS3HQ, Yola is now in charge of special duties and partnership at the national headquarters.

He said Victor Nwokolo, head of section, special marshals, is now the head of section, command and strategy administration (CAS).

“Assistant corps marshal (ACM) Kayode Olagunju, who was the head, policy research and statistics, will now proceed on course at the Nigerian Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS), Kuru, Jos.

“Assistant corps marshal (ACM) Stephen Maitizumahs, formerly in charge of administration and training, is now the zonal commanding officer, Zone 3, Yola.

“Assistant corps marshal Kayode Fanola, formerly on course at NIPSS, takes over from Olagunju as head of policy, research and statistics at the headquarters.

“Assistant corps marshal Godwin Ogagaoghene, former ACM Personnel at the headquarters, is now the zonal commanding officer (ZCO), Abuja.

“Assistant corps marshal Shehu Zaki, former zonal commanding officer, Lagos is now the zonal commanding officer, Bauchi; assistant corps marshal Jonas Agwu, formerly in charge of Zone RS4 Jos, is now assistant corps marshal motor vehicle administration in the national headquarters.

“Assistant corps marshal John Meheux, former zonal commanding officer, Ilorin, now zonal commanding officer Zone RS2 Lagos while assistant corps marshal Amauche Nwaka, former assistant corps marshal in charge of Manpower Development (MPD) now zonal commanding officer , Zone 8, Ilorin.

“Former head of federal operations, assistant corps marshal Aliyu Gunmi is to take over as the assistant corps marshal in charge of manpower development in training department at the headquarters,” part of the statement read.

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