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FRSC boss tasks staff on steadfastness, pursuance of operational goals


Abuja – Mr Boboye Oyeyemi, Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Commission(FRSC) has tasked the entire workforce of the commission on steadfastness in pursuance of its operational goals in the New Year.
This is contained in a statement signed by Mr Bisi Kazeem, the Head, Media Relations and Strategy, made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Abuja.
According to the statement, Oyeyemi in his New Year message, expressed gratitude to God for the successes recorded last year by the commission, and expressed commitment to improve on the achievements in 2016.

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“Oyeyemi admonished staff not to rest on their oars, saying 2016 will come with its own peculiar challenges which they must be prepared to overcome in their determination to create a safer road environment.
He noted that several lives that could have perished in road crashes were saved through vigilance and commitment of members of the commission, saying such individuals would forever remain grateful to the FRSC.
“To be victorious, you must continue to adhere to the processes and procedures of the Corps in all areas of operations and general administration.
“The corps marshal expressed his appreciation to the entire FRSC staff for their steadfastness and dedication to duty, especially at odd hours of the day, urging them to keep it up,” Kazeem said.
On FRSC’s plans for renewal of its International Standard Organisation (ISO) certification, Oyeyemi said it was only through sustained commitment to the core values of the commission.
“It is only through sustained commitment to the core values of FRSC that the attainment of the Quality Management System Certification (ISO 9001:2008) can be achieved in March 2016,” he said.
He called on the staff to continue to promote hard work and dedication to duty in line with the “world class organisation’s status of the commission’’.
Oyeyemi added that the certification could only be retained through sustained adherence to the global best practice of road safety management.
Oyeyemi assured FRSC staff on sustainment of welfare policies of the commission in the New Year of 2016, urging them to be more dedicated to duty at all times.
NAN recalls that FRSC management recently promoted its officers at various cadres to boost their morale while it had reiterated its readiness to punish erring officers. (NAN)

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