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Chime commends FRSC for setting up its academy in Enugu


ENUGU –  Gov Sullivan Chime of Enugu State on Monday commended the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) for establishing its academy in the state.
Chime gave the commendation at the opening ceremony of the FRSC/World Bank capacity building course for officers of the commission at the FRSC Academy, Enugu.
The governor, represented by the state Commissioner for Education, Prof. Christopher Okoro, said the academy was established to train and re-train staff of the commission and other government institutions.
“Training and re-training of staff are the key aspects of development and that of FRSC will not be different.
“This is a higher institution in its ranking and an institution of this nature has a role to play in the life of the people; the officers are here today to be trained so that they can improve their services to the nation.”
He assured the management of the institution that Enugu State Government would continue to support the academy.
Chime said the state government was at the completion stage of the administrative blocks of the academy and would provide the equipment needed.
The Corps Marshal of the commission, Mr Osita Chidoka, commended the state government and various communities in the state that donated parcels of land for the academy.
Chidoka, represented by the Deputy Corps Marshal, Mr Ade Abu, said the commission believed that the academy was a major avenue through which productivity and quality services would be delivered to the public.
In his address of welcome, the Commandant of the Academy, Mr Charles Abochi, commended the state government and the traditional rulers of the communities where the academy is located.
He urged the participants to be law abiding and pay attention to the programme, to enable them to render their services effectively to people. (NAN)

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