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Roads agency appoints new publicist

17 December 2014, 09:03Augustine Osayande

Abuja - The Federal Road Safety Corps has appointed Corps Commander, Imoh Etuk, as the new Public Education Officer.

He replaces Corps Commander Stella Uchegbu, who is now Sector Commander of Abia State Sector Command.

According to a statement issued the agency, Imoh is a seasoned and thoroughbred officer who until his new assignment was the Delta State Sector Commander.

He has served the Corps in various capacities at the National headquarters and other formations of the FRSC.

The agency added that the new spokesman hails from Akwa Ibom State, holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Social Sciences from the University of Lagos in 1983 and has distinguished himself in various capacities of service to the Corps.

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He was the pioneer Unit Commander for Ido-Ekiti and the Wharf Unit Commands and also Head of Operations at the Rivers and Ogun State Sector Commands between 1998 and 2000 respectively. Corps Commander Etuk was also Zonal Head of Policy, Research and Statistics at Ilorin Zonal Command and Zonal Head of Operations in Lagos Zonal Command Headquarters before proceeding to National Headquarters as Head of Sports Section under the Training, Standards and Certification Department in 2010.

In 2012, he was moved to the Osun State Sector Command as Sector Commander before proceeding to Delta State as Sector Commander in December 2013 before his recent appointment as the Corps Public Education Officer, the statement read.

In his first meeting with staff of the Corps Public Education Office, Etuk expressed the FRSC management’s concern on the need for improved public advocacy during this year’s yuletide, in its desire to reduce the spate of avoidable road traffic crashes usually associated with the season.

He implored road uses to ensure strict compliance with all traffic rules and regulations in order to enthrone safer road use on the nation’s highways.

- CAJ News

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