The Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi, has restated the commitment of the management to the annual promotion exercise, saying those that failed in the last promotion exercise need not despair as there would still be more opportunities subsequently.
He stated this while decorating the Media Assistant to the Corps Marshal, Superintendent Route Commander Sani Abdullahi to his new rank of Chief Route Commander.
Represented by the Special Assistant to Corps Marshal, Assistant Corps Marshal Julius Asom, the Corps Marshal commended staff of the FRSC nationwide for their commitment to duties and pledged to reciprocate high productivity through adequate reward system.
While congratulating those that were successful in the last promotion exercise, he enjoined those that could not make it not to lose hope, as more opportunities would still come for them to rewrite.
The Corps Marshal commended Chief Route Commander Sani Abdullai for his diligence, hard work and loyalty, saying he was not surprised when he learnt of his success in the last promotion exercise. He enjoined all staff to embrace hard work and diligence in their various assignments.
The FRSC boss warned staff against indolence, rumour mongering and acts capable of undermining the integrity of the FRSC, stressing that building the positive image for the corps is a collective responsibility of all. He called on the staff to be on their toes in sustaining the good work they have done during the recent end of year special patrol.
In his appreciation remarks, the newly decorated officer, Chief Route Commander Sani Abdullahi thanked the Corps Marshal and members of the management for the promotion. He promised to work harder and remain dedicated in justifying the confidence reposed in him by the Management through the promotion.
Highlights of the occasion included the decoration of the officer to his new rank by the Special Assistant to the Corps Marshal, assisted by the Principal Staff Officer to the Corps Marshal, Corps Commander Abayomi Olukoju, which was witnessed by some senior officers and marshals of the FRSC national headquarters, Abuja.