Ogun : TRACE establishes additional 2 unit commands

In her endeavour to further enhance the Corps expansion drive, the  Ogun State Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps, TRACE,said it  has added two  additional Unit Commands to it’s operational structure for effective service delivery.

TRACE Corps Commander/Chief Executive, Cdr. ‘Seni Ogunyemi, stated this during the extended monthly management meeting with Divisional and Unit TRACE Commander’s,  at the TRACE Headquarters, Abeokuta.
The TRACE boss reinstated the commitment of the Corps to make her presence felt throughout the nooks and crannies of the state  Traffic Corridor, to guarantee the safety of lives and property of road users, especially at road diversions and reconstruction sites.
In his words, “as an agency of government charged with the  administration and control of road traffic matters in the state and whose core mission is anchored on effective and efficient service delivery, creating additional Unit  Commands would also help actualize the safety drive and in addition support and give credence to the TRACE Corps Community Based Traffic Management Scheme, as well as, the TRACE Traffic Whistle Blower Initiative, under the auspices of the TRACE Emergency Traffic Service, TETS, all geared towards promoting operational efficiency, prompt service delivery (through clearance of obstructions and emergency/rescue service), reduction of road traffic accidents and enhance commerce through sustainable investment growth”.
The two (2) newly established Unit Commands are Sango/Ijoko Unit, to be headed by Cdr. Adekunle Kojeku, as Unit Commander and Agbado/Oke-Aro Unit, to be headed by Cdr. Patrick Owoade, as Unit Commander.
In all, TRACE Corps now has 25 Divisional and Unit Commands spread across the three  Senatorial Districts ( Ogun Central, Ogun East and Ogun West), of the State with plans to establish more to further push and propel the Community Based Traffic Management Initiative and Advocacy Drive of the Corps for optimal efficiency.

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