Road Safety Corps In Cross River Get New Sector Commander

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By Ushang Ewa

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The Cross River State Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has gotten a new sector commander.

This follows a shake up in the corps by the Corps Marshall, Boboye Oyeyemi who in a statement circulated by Sani Abdullahi, his media assistant said the redeployment takes immediate effect.

Chidi Nkwonta, the erstwhile Sector Commander, Benue State has been redeployed to take charge in Cross River State while Ikechukwu Igwe who was sector commander in the state has been redeployed to Bayelsa.

Nkwonta according to Abdullahi, will complete handing over in Benue state and take over in Cross River latest by June 10.

The shakeup affected 71 senior officers the statement said.

Also, Corps Marshall Oyeyemi enjoined all senior officers of the FRSC to brace up to the challenges of delivering safety to Nigerians in line with the Corps’ 2017 strategic goals.

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