FRSC Officer In Trouble For Cutting Hairs Of Lady Colleagues

Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, has approved the redeployment of 71 senior officers nationwide.
This is contained in statement released by FRSC Secretary, Susan Ajenge.
Ayodele Kumapayi, former Sector Commander in Rivers, who was recently recalled for forcibly cutting the hair of some female personnel, is now the Head of Corps Safety and Transport Office at the national headquarters, Abuja.
He was replaced by Corps Commander Imoh Etuk, who was formally the Corps Public Education Officer at the headquarters.
Kingsley Agomo, the former Zonal Commanding Officer of Zone 7, Abuja, was moved to Zone 6, Port Harcourt.
Jonas Agwu, who was in charge of Zone 6, Port Harcourt, was redeployed to Zone 4, Jos.
The erstwhile Commanding Officer of Zone 4 Jos, Oludare Fadogba, takes over the affairs of Zone 7, Abuja.
A.A. Nwaka, who recently completed a course at the National Defence College, Abuja, was deployed to the National Headquarters, Abuja, to take over as the Assistant Corps Marshal in charge of Admin section.
Corps Commander Bisi Kazeem, who was the Head of Media Relations and Strategy at the headquarters, takes over from Etuk as the new Corps Public Education Officer.
Former Kaduna State Sector Commander, Mr Francis Udoma, is now the Head of Transport Section at the Technical Service Department at the national headquarters.
Former Sector Commander, Gombe, David Mendie, was moved to Benue as Sector Commander, while Chidi Nkwonta, the erstwhile Sector Commander, Benue, takes charge in Cross River in the same capacity.
Ikechukwu Igwe was moved from Cross River as Sector Commander to Bayelsa in the same capacity.
James Mbatse was moved from Niger State as Sector Commander to assume the same position in Yobe.
Ibrahim Abubakar and Umar Ibrahim were moved from Imo and Osun as Sector Commanders to assume the same positions in Gombe and Kaduna states respectively.
The statement added that handing and taking over process is expected to be completed latest by June 10.

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