by Samuel Fadipe for springnews International online and hardcopy
L-R: Sector Commander, FRSC Lagos Command, Corps Commander Olusegun Ogungbemide Presenting a Souvenir to the Commander, 9th Brigade Command, Ikeja Cantonment, Nigerian Army, Brig Gen ASM Wase during the 9th Brigade Commander’s working visit to the FRSC Lagos Boss.
The newly posted Commander, Nigerian Army 9th Brigade, Ikeja Cantonment, Brig Gen ASM Wase has today paid a working visit to RS2.1 Lagos Sector Command, Ojodu to seek sustained collaboration by the Corps’ Public Education Officer, Route Commander Olabisi Sonusi stated that, “The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Lagos State Sector Command has reiterated its commitment at ensuring strategic partnership through enhanced road safety partnership for innovative intervention to eradicate road traffic crashes and create a safe monitoring environment for Nigerians.”
According to Sonusi, “The Lagos Sector Commander of Corps, CC Olusegun Ogungbemide disclosed this while receiving the Commander 9 Brigade Nigerian Army Brig Gen ASM Wase in his office during a working visit to RS2.1 Lagos Sector Command, Ojodu on Tuesday 8th March 2022.”
L-R: Sector Commander, FRSC Lagos Command, Corps Commander Olusegun Ogungbemide Receiving a Souvenir from the Commander, 9th Brigade Command, Ikeja Cantonment, Nigerian Army, Brig Gen ASM Wase during the 9th Brigade Commander’s working visit to the FRSC Lagos Boss.
“While appreciating the Commander for the visit and for sustaining the existing collaboration between the two agencies, the Sector Commander harped on the need that visit like this will foster the existing relationship and improve public enlightenment, promotion of stakeholders cooperation, robust data management, prompt rescue services and effective patrol operation.”
In his remark, the Commander 9 Brigade Brig. Gen. ASM Wase noted that the visit is to familiarize with sister agencies in Lagos State especially the Federal Safety Corps to maintain the cordial relationships for improved partnership towards effective and efficient operations aimed at ensuring safety of lives and properties in the State.
The Sector Commander used the opportunity to take the Commander to the Drivers Licence Center for facility tour of the Command.
The Commander also visited the Zonal Commanding Officer RS2Lagos in charge of Lagos and Ogun State, Assistant Corps Commander Peter Kibo