FRSC redeploys principal officers, command heads

Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC)
Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC)

The Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC, has announced the redeployment of some of its senior personnel in an effort, as the commission intensifies efforts to improve its operational efficiency.

A statement signed Saturday by FRSC Head of Media Relations, Bisi Kazeem, said the redeployment was approved by the FRSC Corps Marshal, Boboye Oyeyemi.

Those affected include principal officers at the commission’s headquarters and other commands, Mr. Kazeem said.

The affected principal officers include Austin Aipoh, Head, Command Administration and Strategy, at the headquarters to replace Stephen Maitizumahs, at Zone 11 Osogbo, who will now head Manpower Development (MPD), FRSC.

Similarly, former head, Manpower Development , Kingsley Agomoh, now to command Zone 7, Gwagwalada, covering FCT and Niger State while Jonas Agwu, Zonal Commander, Zone 7, now to Command Zone 6, Port-Harcourt covering Bayelsa, Rivers, Cross River and Akwa Ibom States.

Mr. Oyeyemi also approved the redeployment of Victor Nwokolo, Zonal Commander, Zone 1, Kaduna, covering Kano, Kaduna, Jigawa and Katsina States.

Mr. Nwokolo will now serve as head, Command Administration and Strategy, FRSC headquarters, while Bitrus Darwang of Zone 6 will now command Zone 1 consisting of Kaduna, Kano, Jigawa and Katsina sector commands.

Others affected are some Zonal Heads of Operations, Zonal Administration Officers, Unit Commanders among others.

The redeployment letter, signed by Corps Secretary, FRSC, Kayode Fanola, states that affected officers are to report at their new commands on or before May 17, after proper handover and takeover.

The FRSC also used the announcement to remind the general public of its upcoming stakeholders’ forum on tyre which is scheduled to hold on Monday, May 9 at Yar’Adua Centre Abuja.

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