The Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, has approved the redeployment of senior officers; and others nationwide for enhanced performance.
1st News also reports that those affected by the redeployment, aimed at repositioning the Corps, were Deputy Corps Marshals; Assistant Corps Marshals; Corps Commanders; Deputy Corps Commanders; as well as intermediate ranks.
The Corps Public Education Officer (CPEO), Assistant Corps Marshal (ACM) Bisi Kazeem, disclosed this in a statement on Thursday, April 29, in Abuja.
Oyeyemi said the redeployments were pursuant to the recent approval of the promotion of senior Officers; by the FRSC and also the need to strategically reposition the Officers for optimal performance.
“This shows that Deputy Corps Marshal (DCM) HZ Fomsuk, former DCM Special Duties and External Relations (SDER), is to now take over as DCM in charge of the Department of Motor Vehicle Administration at the national headquarters, Abuja.
“DCM Victor Nwokolo, the outgoing Zonal Commanding Officer, RS8HQ Ilorin, is to move in as the Head of Policy; Research and Statistics Department also at the national headquarters.
“(RSHQ), ACM Kayode Olagunju, former Zonal Commanding Officer, (RS4HQ) Jos proceeds as Commandant FRSC Academy, Udi, Enugu State.
“While ACM Kingsley Agomoh, the erstwhile Zonal Commanding Officer, (RS6HQ) Port Harcourt, moves to the Corps Project Implementation office.
“ACM AB Datzama takes over the helm of affairs in the Department of Special Duties and External Relations and ACM M. Adetunji, the Deputy Corps Secretary, becomes ACM Personnel at the national headquarters,” he said.
Accordingly, Oyeyemi said ACM S. Iyamah, who was currently heading the Corps Budget Office; as well as ACM RT Kumven heading the FRSC Safety Engineering Office were to retain their positions.
He also added that ACM EN Obot, erstwhile Corps Commander in charge of Policy Advisory Unit, under the office of the Corps Marshal; moved to Command Administration and Strategies (CAS) at the Operations Department RSHQ.
The FRSC boss said out of about 13 Assistant Corps Commanders that were affected, six were posted to assume duty as Unit Commanders.
Oyeyemi admonished the redeployed Officers to redouble their efforts; and remain steadfast in their commitment and dedication to duty; and share in the FRSC vision of making Nigerian roads safer for all motorists.
He further enjoined them to play a pivotal role to ensure that they contributed their quota; in enhancing the safety of lives and property of all road users.