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FRSC appoints 2 deputy corps marshals, promotes 3,628 officers

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has approved the appointment of two Assistant Corps Marshals to the rank of Deputy Corps Marshal, and the promotion of 3,628 other officers to their next ranks in the just concluded 2022 promotion exercise.

 This was contained in a statement signed by the Corps Marshal, Bisi Kazeem, on Thursday.

 According to the statement, the approval came at the end of the meeting of the Commission ratifying the resolution of the Establishment Committee of the FRSC on promotion of officers, where the exercise was deliberated upon.

 It noted that the newly appointed Deputy Corps Marshals, who are to proceed on terminal leave with immediate effect, are; Assistant Corps Marshal Kayode Olagunju, who is currently the Commandant, FRSC Academy Udi, Enugu state; and Assistant Corps Marshal Peter Kibo, the Zonal Commanding Officer in charge of the RS2HQ Zonal Command Lagos.

The statement reads:  “Out of the 3628 other officers promoted, 84 Deputy Corps Commanders were elevated to the rank of Corps Commander, 211 Assistant Corps Commanders to the rank of Deputy Corps Commander, 52 Chief Route Commanders to the rank of Assistant Corps Commander and 716 Superintendent Route Commanders (SRC) to the rank of Chief Route Commander.

“In the same promotion exercise, 1092 Route Commanders were elevated to the rank of Superintendent Route Commander; 691 Deputy Route Commanders got the rank of Route Commander as 782 Assistant Route Commanders will now be decorated with the new rank of Deputy Route Commander.

 “The Board chairman, Malam Bukhari Bello, expressed delight over the height of transparency and objectivity that heralded the whole process and urged the promoted Officers to show more commitment and rededicate themselves to achieving the corporate mission of the Corps which is to eradicate road traffic crashes and create a safer motoring environment in the country.

“He stated that the promotion exercise is part of the Commission’s drive towards rewarding excellence, diligence and hard work which is in line with the administrative philosophy of the present leadership of the Corps.

 “The Corps Marshal, Dauda Biu, equally congratulated the newly elevated Officers for their excellent performances during the exercise, noting that every promotion comes with greater responsibilities.

 “He charged them to put in their best in the course of their duties as the new ranks call for more focus, more dedication, commitment and passion.”



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