Kaduna State Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Hafiz Mohammed, has urged 120 newly promoted officers in the command to be more committed and dedicated to duties.
Mohammed who made the call while decorating the newly promoted officers in Kaduna on Thursday urged them to increase their zeals in carrying out their duties.
The commander told them to see their promotion as a call for more commitment and hard work toward achieving the mandate of the corps.
While urging the promoted officers to increase their passions to duty, Mohammed said that the nation needed them to fulfil their responsibilities professionally.
“You must, therefore, redouble your efforts, live up to expectations and contribute to achieving the vision and mission of FRSC.
“For those that were not lucky to be promoted, be patient as promotion comes from God and at the appointed time.
“You should not relent in carrying out your duties, but continue to give in your best, because with hard work, commitment and dedication, victory will surely come,” the commander said.
Mohammad said that out of the 120 promoted officers, seven were promoted to the rank of Assistant Corps Commander; two officers to Chief Route Commander; and 35 to Superintendent Route Commander.
“Five others were promoted to the rank of Route Commander and another five to Deputy Route Commander.
“On the Marshal cadre, two were promoted to the rank of Chief Inspector, another two to Deputy Chief Inspector; four to Assistant Chief Inspector and one to Principal Marshal Inspector among others,” he said.
Also speaking, the Zonal Commanding Officer in charge of Kaduna, Kano, Katsina and Jigawa, Assistant Corps Marshal Aliyu Datsama, congratulated the newly promoted officers.
Datsama urged the officers of the command to work harder in 2020.
One of the promoted officers, Superintendent Route Commander Emmanuel Daniel, thanked FRSC for finding them worthy of the promotion and promised to do more.
Edited by: Remi Koleoso/Isaac Aregbesola
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