The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), board has approved the promotion of 79 Assistant Corps Commanders (ACC) to the rank of Deputy Corps Commander (DCC).
The Corp Public Education Officer (CPEO), ACM Bisi Kazeem, made this known in a statement on Wednesday in Abuja.
According to Kazeem, the approval was done during the board meeting on Sept. 4 after due consideration of the report submitted by the establishment committee in respect to the 2019 promotion.
Some of the promoted officers were:
- W.A Adenekan, N.Z Muhammed,
- A.M Shehu,
- O.I Okoroafor,
- EN Esebonu,
- JM Fada,
- H.B Abdulrahaman,
- M.M Kazaure,
- R.M.Z Abubakar,
- R.O Bamigboye,
- C. Akachukwu,
- AD Gofwan,
- J Abuo,
- O Olumatanmi,
- AP Longkam,
- JK Ifeanacho,
- S Shehu,
- J Yaushaka,
- C Philip,
- N Salihu,
- CS Luka,
- HB Zainu,
- HS Dalhatu,
- N Salihu, and
Kazeem revealed that three of the promoted officers were to proceed on their three months terminal leave with immediate effect and ensure proper handing over of their offices.
The Corps Marshal, FRSC, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, while congratulating the newly elevated Officers for their excellent performances during the exercise, noted that every promotion comes with greater responsibilities.
Oyeyemi charged the promoted officers to put in their best in the course of their duties, adding that their new ranks called for focus and dedication.
He admonished those who were not fortunate in this promotion year to keep hope alive for the best as there were opportunities for promotion in the future.
Oyeyemi promised to improve the general welfare of the personnel of the Corps to the satisfaction of all.
Also, he added that all the personnel should cheer up and continue to put in their efforts towards realising the Corporate mandate of the Corps.
The promotion exercise began with medical examination, physical fitness test, computer-based examination and oral interview with all processes done in strict adherence to COVID-19 protocols.
The Corps Marshal said that the decorations would be done in strict compliance with Presidential directives and NCDC guidelines on physical distancing and other preventive measures against COVID-19.
Meanwhile, The Board Chairman, Malam Bukhari Bello expressed utmost satisfaction with the level of transparency that heralded the entire process.
Bello urged the promoted Officers to show more commitment and rededicate themselves to achieving the Corporate mission of the Corps.
This, he said, was to eradicate road traffic crashes and create a safer motoring environment in the country.
He stated that the promotion was part of the Commission’s drive towards rewarding excellence and hard work.
According to him, this is concomitant with the administrative philosophy of the present leadership of the Corps.