The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), has appointed Corps Commander (CC), Henry Benamaisia as new Sector Commander for Edo State.
Until his appointment, the Bayelsa State-born Sector Commander was the Head of policy, Department of Policy, Research and Statistics at FRSC headquarters in Abuja.
A release signed by Sector Public Education Officer for Edo State, Assistant Route Commander Omozie Inegbenebor, says CC Benamaisia had since assumed office after he was appointed December 6th, 2019.
The release further says CC Benamaisia, amongst other responsibilities, is to ensure safe motoring environment, reduce road traffic crash (RTC) to the barest minimum, robust public education on safety, traffic law enforcement and to collaborate with other sister agencies to help the corps achieve its mandate in the state.
CC Benamaisia holds Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from the University of Port Harcourt, and has attended several professional courses/training in the course of his job in order to boost his career.
JUST IN: CBN Withdrawal Limits Retaliatory Against Political Class —Fintiri
The Governor of Adamawa State, Ahmadu Fintiri, has accused the Central Bank Governor, Godwin Emefiele, of targeting the political class with the cash withdrawal limit policy unveiled by the apex bank on Tuesday.
Controversies have continued to trail the planned policy of the Central Bank of Nigeria to limit daily cash withdrawal for individuals to N20,000 daily and N100,000 and N500,000 per week for individuals and corporate bodies respectively.
But Governor Fintiri, who was reacting to the new CBN policy during a campaign engagement in Kala’a, Hong Local Government Area, said it was evident that the policy by Emefiele was targeted at the political class.
He said the policy coming shortly after Emefiele’s uneventful foray into politics which had been prematurely truncated, could only have been retaliatory giving that the policy was likely to worsen poverty among the citizens.
He said, “What is breeding poverty? Economic policies. Look at the one that is about to be implemented by the Central Bank which would further throw the country into poverty. Nobody is saying the economy shouldn’t be cashless. Take time and do it systematically. We shouldn’t do it as if some people wanted to be politicians and they were denied the opportunity, then they use their office to punish the politicians.”
Fintiri who cautioned against such policies tasked holders of key national institutions to act in the overall national interest.
The governor also reiterated his call for true federalism. Fintiri had on Thursday, called on President Muhammadu Buhari to amend the constitution to allow for a truena federation where states are allowed to take full control of revenues and by so doing assure autonomy for the third tier of government.
He said, “If we are talking about governors diverting funds, we expect the government to correct the anomaly by sponsoring amendment to the Nigerian constitution to separate the office of the accountant general of the federation from the accountant general of the federal government so that funds belonging to local government and the state would not also be converted by the federal government, because what the governors’ are being accused of, the Federal Government can equally be accused of doing same ten times over.”
He maintained that there needs to be restructuring of the current system that would allow autonomy to the states and local government, adding that “the way the system is couched there’s no autonomy even for the states nor for the local governments and nobody sees the states as sub-national of the federation because everything is being controlled at the centre.”
Kaduna: ECWA Counts Losses, Reveals Number Of Members Lost To Bandits, Communal Crisis
Evangelical Church Winning All, Kasuwan Magani District Church Council says it has lost thousands of members due to bandits’ attack in the state
Chairman of ECWA, in Kasuwan Magani, Kajuru Local Government Area of Kaduna State, Rev. Timothy Maigida, in a statement on Friday, said the church has lost many members during bandits attacks, communal crisis since the last six years
He expressed pain that presently, about 70 members of the church are still in the kidnappers’ den, as there is no hope of rescuing them.
He said the church is planning to hold a “sober reflection” service in commemoration of those who have died and those who are imprisoned following violent attacks.
Reflecting on an incident in 2016, Rev. Maigida explained that 38 members were kidnapped while eight were killed. The remaining members were set free after paying huge amounts as ransom to bandits.
He added that 35 members were killed in 2017 and that after the crisis on October 18, 2018, at Kasuwan Magani market, aside from those killed outside the market environment, 286 were killed during market hours.
He added that another unprecedented killing took place the following day, October 19, 2018, as the late Agom Adara, Maiwada Galadima, were ambushed, abducted and later killed.
In 2019, he said the church lost many members to armed bandits while in 2022 alone, scores of members were abducted, killed adding that in a village called, Dogon Noma community, bandits attacked the residents on June 5, 2022, killing 29 people and kidnapping 28.
He said the same village was attacked on December 7, 2022, five people were killed and 28 others kidnapped, including Rev. Isa Kabiru. Many valuables were also looted.
“It is because of all these devastations that we as a church and people have said we have decided to hold a sober reflection service and bring in people within and outside Kaduna that would help us to rebuild our homes, churches, and communities,” he said.
How To Apply For Nigeria Civil Defence Recruitment 2022/2023
Recruitment into the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC will be available on Monday, December 12, 2022.
The NSCDC made this announcement in a statement on its official recruitment portal on its website.
Here is a guide on how to apply on the NSCDC recruitment portal, including the application form and requirements and how to register for recruitment 2022 via the www.nscdc.gov.ng application portal.
See the recruitment form, application portal (www.nscdc.gov.ng), requirements and how to apply for the NSCDC Recruitment 2022 and every detail about NSCDC recruitment 2022 which you need to know.
It is important to know that the NSCDC recruitment 2022 application is free. Ensure you take note of this if you wish to apply for any job vacancy in the corps. The application form is obtainable online on the recruitment portal of the NSCDC.
First, you need to visit the application page to apply for NSCDC Recruitment 2022 and also see the official portal for Civil Defence 2022 recruitment exercise.
The civil Defence recruitment portal is www.nscdc.gov.ng or cdfipb.careers. Civil defence application portal website will be open as soon as the recruitment is announced to commence officially.
How to Apply:
It is very easy to apply for Civil Defence recruitment. All you need to do is go to the official recruitment portal www.nscdc.gov.ng and register. Once you’ve done that, submit your documents on the portal and provide the right information. Here is the steps to follow to apply for NSCDC 2022 recruitment:
Go to www.cdfipb.careers.
Click on apply.
Enter your Bio-data on the page
Upload your certificates and National ID.
Submit your application once completed.
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted soon.
Civil Defence Recruitment Requirements 2022
Height (Male) – 1.68m
Height (Female) – 1.65m
Age – 18-30
Academic Requirement – B.Sc, HND or OND, WASSCE
A BSc or Masters’s Degree from an accredited Tertiary Institution in any related discipline or an HND in a relevant course in any field of study. Also, having a good knowledge of computers and their basic applications to use for the work and proper delivery of various tasks as required by the organization.
NSCDC fact sheet
The NSCDC is a Para-Military Outfit that is responsible for the protection of Nigerians in public events and as such, it needs to recruit new workers from time to time. Once Civil Defence is recruiting, information will be released to the general public to keep them updated.
The NSCDC has clearly stated on the portal www.nscdc.gov.ng that recruitment into the agency is transparent and completely free of charge to apply. This means that as long as you have the needed credentials, you should be eligible to participate in the recruitment exercise.
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