FRSC Redeploys Senior Management Officers For Effective Service

FRSC Redeploys Senior Management Officers For Effective Service

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Further to its repositioning process for effective service delivery, management of the Federal Road Safety Corps has approved the redeployment of 40 senior officers, among whom is Ahmed Hassan, who is now the Deputy Corps Marshal in charge of Special Marshals and Partnership Department at the National Headquarters, Abuja.

Details of the recent appointments indicate that 6 Assistant Corps Marshals and 33 Corps Commanders were affected in the exercise which witnessed the redeployment of new Zonal Commanding Officers and Sector Commanders across the various formations of the Corps.

According to the Corps Public Education Officer, Corps Commander Imoh Etuk, “The redeployments which is coming on the heels of last week’s decoration of recently promoted senior officers of the Corps with their new ranks, also witnessed the movement of Corps Commander Susan Ajenge from the FCT Sector Command to Niger State as Sector Commander while Corps Commander Sunday Oghenekaro, former Sector Commander of Rivers State, moves over to the FCT in the same capacity.”

Further details of the postings indicate that Corps Commander Chidi Nkwonta, who has been on secondment, is now the Sector Commander of Benue State while Corps Commander Bisi Kazeem, formerly, Head of Sports Section at the Training, Standards and Certification Department, is now in charge of Media Intelligence and Strategy in the office of the Corps Marshal.

In the same vein, former Corps Provost Officer, Corps Commander Edward Zamber, is now the Sector Commander of Ondo State while the Deputy Corps Provost Officer, Corps Commander Ayodele Kumapayi is the new Sector Commander of River State Sector Command.

According to the Corps Public Education Officer, these appointments take immediate effect.

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