[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) and Diamond Bank Nigeria Plc have agreed to collaborate to explore ways of creating opportunities for the mutual benefits of their organizations.
The agreement emanated from a meeting between the two executives, FRSC Corps Marshal, Boboye Oyeyemi and Diamond Bank’s CEO, Uzorma Dozie when the former paid a visit to the bank’s corporate headquarters in Lagos last week.
The two Chief Executives agreed to explore ways by which the bank could assist the FRSC in achieving its 2017 strategic goal of aggressive pursuit of public enlightenment and education, particularly with the plans by the Corps to establish its traffic radio as well as its staff welfare programmes in the area of house ownership scheme and loanable funds for short and long term economic financing.”
According to the Corps Marshal, ”with the Corps desire for increased productivity among staff through functional welfare programmes, coupled with the need for the bank to play its corporate social responsibility roles, especially in provision of loan facilities, there is the need for partnership based on trust and understanding.”
He expressed confidence in the success of the collaboration, stressing that with the bank’s track record of support for FRSC, he had no doubt that the two organizations could benefit from further collaboration.
Diamond Bank boss also described FRSC as a credible organization, which can be relied upon for support as its activities are human centered.
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