Former IGP Commends Corps Marshal For Repositioning Corps With ICT
By Clifford Agugoesi
Commendation has come the way of the Corps Marshal of Nigeria’s road safety regulator, the Federal Road Safety Corps(FRSC) Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi, for repositioning the Corps through robust deployment of information and communication technology(ICT).
An FRSC communication seen by Cyber Era and signed by the Corps Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem, said a former Inspector-General of Police(IGP) and current President, Alumni Association of the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies ( AANI), MD Abubakar (Rtd) made the commendation during a visit of AANI Executives Council Members to FRSC Headquarters, Abuja, north central, Nigeria, wherein the former IGP said that the call was to celebrate Dr. Oyeyemi for the great work he was doing for the country.
After a facility tour of the critical installations at the National Headquarters, IGP MD Abubakar was quoted as staying, ” What I have seen here today was not on ground five years ago. Oyeyemi is a man of vision, as such am not surprised to see what I have seen today. He is a silent achiever, not lousy and does not blow his trumpet and we are here to tell the world these great achievements “.
Responding, the Corps Marshal thanked the former IGP and commended him for the continued support he had shown to the Corps both in service and in retirement.
He noted that the present achievements of the Corps were realised as a result of the collective energy and ideas of the entire management team and staff of the Corps.
According to the Corps Marshal, the Corps had strategically organized retreats and workshops on ‘thinking outside the box’ in the recent past and the impact of that had enhanced the work process tremendously.
Said Oyeyemi: “We are also broadening our coverage for robust data gathering and management. As such, the Corps has just established Command and Staff College in Enugu State while the Academy is awaiting the final lap of approval for its upgrade to a degree awarding institution.”