The Ireland Minister for Agriculture, Food, Marine and Defense, Mr Simon Coveney has extolled the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) for its tremendous interest in innovation, saying such practice could upgrade its operations and modernisation programs. The Minister expressed this while on a politeness visit to the Corps Marshal of the FRSC, Boboye Oyeyemi at the FRSC National Headquarters Abuja.
Joined by Ambassador of Republic of Ireland to Nigeria, Mr Sean Hoy, the Minister complimented the FRSC for grasping, as well as maintaining the utilization of innovation in its administration of movement, noticing that the practice was what the Corps needs to accomplish its objective of making the street s more secure in this time of enormous motorisation. He especially lauded the FRSC for grasping the projects of International Computer Driving License (ICDL) through which around two thousand staff of the Corps have been prepared and confirmed.
Mr Sean Hoy further expressed that the declarations recompensed by the ICDL are perceived internationally, taking note of that with supported endeavors, all staff of the FRSC could just as advantage from the preparation program and be ensured for upgraded framework administration. He swore to bolster the Corps' drive for computerisation.
In his comments at the event, the Chairman of E-Tech (Nigeria), Abdulkareem Uthman Mustapha lauded Oyeyemi for managing the preparation program which the FRSC grasped a few years back, saying FRSC has by that practice separated itself as a trustworthy open establishment with authority that has confidence in universal best practice. By, with the change of initiative in the Corps a year ago, numerous individuals had suspected that the ICDL project would pass on actually in the Corps, yet that they were wonderfully astounded that the succeeding administration was readied to take the system to considerably more prominent statures without provoking, saying it shows that the FRSC puts stock in quality administration framework.
In his own particular comments, the Ireland Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr Sean Hoy, who communicated fulfillment with the level of responsibility appeared by the authority and staff of the FRSC to issues of innovation particularly the selection of ICDL projects guaranteed that his nation would work together with the FRSC in zones of common hobbies.
Highlights of the visit were the presentation of the 2014 BEST PRACTICES AWARD to the FRSC by the Chairman of E-Tech (Nigeria) Mr Abdulkareem Mustapha and presentation of authentications to a portion of the staff who took an interest in the last International Computer Driver's License program.
The Minister was went with on the visit by some top positioning authorities of his Ministry and also staff of the Embassy of Republic of Ireland in Nigeria.