President Muhammadu Buhari has reportedly conferred on Ojeme Ewrhudjakpor, FDC, a deputy corps marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), the prestigious honour of National Productivity Order of Merit Award.
The FRSC congratulated Ewrhudjakpor on the national award via its official Facebook page on Thursday, November 28.
The post reads: "Congratulations to Deputy Corps Marshal Ojeme Ewrhudjakpor, FDC, as she bags the prestigious honour of National Productivity Order of Merit Award. @FRSCNigeria celebrates with you."
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Recall that President Buhari recently bestowed a national honour on an assistant comptroller-general of customs, Bashir Abubakar, for rejecting a bribe from drug traffickers seeking to bring in 40 containers of banned Tramadol into Nigeria.
Abubakar, who was the comptroller of Apapa area command at the time, was promised a bribe of $412,000 per container by the drug traffickers, totalling a sum of $16,480,000 for all the 40 containers of Tramadol, but the customs officer rejected the mouth-watering offer.
Buhari, while honouring the customs officer with the Integrity Award on Tuesday, November 19, said that the customs officer was worthy of the award due to his fine example of incorruptibility which he said is worthy of emulation.
In a similar development, President Buhari also bestowed a national award on Josephine Ugwu, a former cleaner at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos who had on different occasions returned millions of naira found in the course of her duty.
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