FRSC Denies Allegation of Recruiting 200 Staff

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Kebbi has denied allegation of the recruitment of 200 workers by the Corps.FRSC Denies Allegation of Recruiting 200 Staff

The Sector Commandant of the corps in the state, Mr James Mbatse, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Birnin Kebbi on Saturday that there was no recruitment during this time in the nation by the corps.

He depicted the allegation as unwarranted and mischievous, including that the gossip was going viral on social media.

"I wonder what here and there rumour mongers need to accomplish by composing untruths and share it via social media.

"There has not been any enrollment from the corps this year; and at whatever time there is such recruitment it must be open and on quota system so as not to dupe any state," he said.

Mbatse included that the main practice directed was the choice of 60 Special Marshals, bringing up that "the marshals will be chosen from the three senatorial regions of the state".

The authority said that for one to be qualified as a unique marshal, such a candidate must be 28 years or more and displayed energy and enthusiasm to serve.

He included that applicant must be acar owner and with sensible method for work. 

He said that any intending special marshal must also possess a valid driver’s licence and exhibit a working knowledge of the English language.

“Special marshals have equal rights as regular marshals to sanction arrest and prosecute traffic offenders,’’ he said.

He, therefore, called on the public to disregard any recruitment news that was not officially from the headquarters of the corps in Abuja.

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