FRSC promotes 10 assistant corps marshals, 32 corps commanders

FRSC Corps Marshal Boboye Oyeyemi

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) board on Friday approved the promotion of 10 corps commanders to the rank of assistant corps marshals and 32 deputy corps commanders to the rank of corps commanders.

The approval was sequel to the virtual meeting of the FRSC board on promotion of senior officers, where the promotion exercise was diligently deliberated upon.

Deputy Corps Public Education Officer, Mccharm Sambo, said in a statement on Saturday that the promotion takes effect from May 29.

He gave the list of the officers promoted to assistant corps marshals as follows: Corps Commander Bisi Kazeem, who is presently, the Corps Public Education Officer at the National Headquarters (RSHQ) Abuja; Corps Commander Hyginus Omeje, the Sector Commander, Lagos State; Corps Commander Clement Oladele, Sector Commander, Ogun State; Corps Commander Francis Udoma, Sector Commander, Imo State; Corps Commander Shehu Iliyasu, the Corps Procurement Officer RSHQ; Corps Commander Benjamin Anafa, Corps Commander in charge of Monitoring and Evaluation Unit, Operations Department, RSHQ and four others.

The newly promoted corps commanders are Deputy Corps Commander (DCC) Segun Ogungbemide, Sector Head of Operations, Ondo State Sector Command; DCC Godwin Ntukidem, the Principal Staff Officer II to the Corps Marshal; DCC Kukbol Gonji, the Deputy Corps Legal Adviser; DCC LD Shehu; DCC CM Onukwubiri; DCC IG Ibrahim and 26 others.

The board chairman, Bukhari Bello, expressed his satisfaction with the high level 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 and hard work in line with the administrative philosophy of the present leadership of the FRSC.

According to the statement, Corps Marshal Boboye Oyeyemi equally congratulated the newly elevated officers for their excellent performances during the exercise.

While noting that every promotion comes with greater responsibilities, Oyeyemi charged them to put in their best in the course of their duties as their new ranks call for more focus and dedication.

The promotion exercise began with medical examination, physical fitness test, computer based examination and virtual oral interview.

On decorating the newly promoted officers, Oyeyemi immediately directed that all affected officers are to be decorated in their respective zonal commands and the decoration is to be conducted in strict compliance with health protocols in consideration of the coronavirus pandemic.