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FRSC inaugurates 20 Officers of Junior Course 1 for Command, Staff College

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The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has inaugurated no fewer than 20 participants in the Junior Course One of its Command and Staff College, Udi in Enugu State.

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Delivering his address at the inauguration on Friday at the college, the FRSC Corps Marshal, Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi, urged the participants to take the course serious and perform optimal, adding that the course was a rigorous task.

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Oyeyemi said that it was step to the right future which signified a bright future for the corps, urging the participants to be committed and be disciplined during the three months course.

He commended the management of the college over their efforts in always ensuring conducive environment.

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The Commandant of the College, Assistant Corps Marshal Chidiebere Nkwonta, said the college had earlier in less than a month ago graduated its pioneer  Senior Course One that were groomed and prepared for the tasks ahead.

Nkwota urged the Junior course one participants to exhibit sense of discipline so as to be sound and highly equipped for the task ahead after the three months course.

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He acknowledged his predecessor, retired Deputy Corps Marshal Charles Akpabio, who was the pioneer commandant of the College.

“Permit me to acknowledge my predecessor, retired Deputy Corps Marshal Charles Akpabio for his tireless efforts in making the college a success,” he said.

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Speaking, the Deputy Corps Marshal, Training, Shehu Zaki, urged the participants to show commitment and discipline as they undergo the course.

“As professionals who are in the business of road safety in Nigeria, you should exhibit high responsibility of discipline and professionalism,” Zaki advised.

Two of the participants, who spoke to newsmen, Jemila Iliasu and Michael Babasesin promised to put what they would be taught into practice at end of the course.

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