FRSC Promote 4660 Personnel


Sequel to the approval by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha and in line with the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) Board approval on the recently conducted promotion exercise, the result of the 2017 promotion exercise has been released. Consequently, a total of 4,660 personnel of the Corps benefntted from the exercise.

According to a statement issued by the Corps Public Education Officer (CPEO), Corps Commander Bisi Kazeem, 1,310 of those promoted were Officers, while 3,350 were Marshals. "Among them were 73 Deputy Corps Commanders, 51 Assistant Corps Commanders, 70 Chief Route Commanders, 150 Superintendent Route Commanders, 607 Route Commanders, and 359 Deputy Route Commanders," he stated.

Kazeem further disclosed that among the 3,350 Marshals that benefntted from the exercise were 29 Chief Inspectors, 33 Deputy Chief Inspectors, 48 Assistant Chief Inspectors, 201 Principal Marshal Inspectors, 467 Senior Marshal Inspectors, 525 Marshal Inspectors, and 2037 Road Marshal Assistants comprising of, 257 Chief Road Marshal Assistant, 45 Deputy Road Marshal Assistant, 768 Senior Road Marshal Assistants, 889 Road Marshal Assistants I, and 78 Road Marshal Assistants ll whose promotion took effect from 27 November, 2018.

Speaking on the exercise, the Corps
Marshal of FRSC, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi while congratulating the promoted staff, urged them to justify the confidence reposed in them through improved productivity. He stressed that Management will continue to reward hard work, excellence and improved productivity by the staff, noting that indolence and indiscipline will not be condoned . He also assured that the integrity of the FRSC promotion exercise will continue to be protected and charged those promoted to intensify efforts at ensuring that they improve in productivity in their new ranks.

It would be recalled that in line with its philosophy of Consultation, Reward and Punishment (CRP), FRSC Management instituted annual promotion exercise to address issues of staff career progression and backlog of promotions.

Source: FRSC

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