The Federal Road Safety Corps wishes to caution the newly recruited Officers and Marshals of the Corps about the emergence of a set of fraudsters parading themselves as FRSC personnel.
This set of unscrupulous elements, according to the Corps Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem, disguising as FRSC personnel, are already duping unsuspecting victims with the aim of helping them pass through the ongoing clearance at the National headquarters of the commission.
Speaking on their new antics, Kazeem stated that , "The scammers who identified themselves as Emmanuel with the following phone numbers (08087443674) and Ralph (07038081821) have been posing as FRSC staff and calling unsuspecting newly recruited staff to send money so as to assist them for clearance before they could be offered their appointment letters at the National Headquarters, Abuja.
The Scammers supplied an email address; [email protected] and account number with the following details:
Account Holders Name: Musa Suphia
Bank Name: Zenith Bank
Account Number: 2252331718"
This fraudulence act came following the directives given by the Corps Marshal, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi at the passing out parade of the newly commissioned personnel of the Corps.
According to the Corps Public Education Officer, the Corps Marshal directed that the newly recruited Officers and Marshals whose statement of results are above five years as at the time of the passing out parade should go back to their various institutions, collect their certificates and present them for screening at the Headquarters of the Commission before their Letters of Appointment will be issued to them.
This information is therefore to warn the newly recruited staff to desist from any engagement, transaction or communication with the identified fraudsters as the Corps does not charge for its administrative responsibilities nor demand any ransom to perform its legitimate responsibilities.
The Corps Marshal therefore wishes all newly Commissioned Officers and Marshals well as they resume to take up the responsibility of saving lives on Nigerian roads.