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FRSC redeploys 8 assistant corps marshals, others

Mr Boboye Oyeyemi, Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), has redeployed eight Assistant Corps Marshals (ACM) and 21 Corps Commanders (CC) among others, following recent promotion of senior officers of the corps.

FRSC promotes 8 assistant corps marshals, 12 corps Commanders

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Board has approved the promotion of 8 Corps Commanders (CC) to the position of Assistant Corps Marshals (ACM) and the promotion of 12 Deputy Corps Commanders (DCC) to the position of Corps Commanders (CC).

CCT: Justice Danladi Umar should have recused himself from Senator Saraki’s trial – Group

The group, in a statement, noted that the lawyers of the Senate President had, in April 2016, asked Umar to recuse himself from the case on the grounds of the corruption allegations levelled against him only for him to be swiftly cleared by the EFCC.

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