President Buhari appoints CEOs of Agencies

By Editor on 11/04/2018

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PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has approved the appointment of chief executive officers, CEO, of Agencies in the Federal Ministries of Health, Information and Culture, Education, Power, Works, and Housing, and Resident Electoral Commissioners in the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC. 
 
He charged them to reinvigorate the agencies in the delivery on their mandates through a renewed commitment to transparency, accountability, and service delivery with integrity.
 
The appointments are:

 

 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF HEALTH

1.                  DR. ABDULKAREEM JIKA YUSUF,

MEDICAL DIRECTOR

FEDERAL NEUROPSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL

KADUNA, KADUNA STATE

INITIAL TERM OF FOUR YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 8TH APRIL 2018      

2.                 DR. ABUBAKAR MUSA

MEDICAL DIRECTOR

FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTRE, NGURU

YOBE STATE

RENEWAL OF APPOINTMENT OF FOUR YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 3rd JULY 2017

3.                 DR. ABDULLAHI IBRAHIM

 MEDICAL DIRECTOR

FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTRE

AZARE BAUCHI STATE

RENEWAL OF APPOINTMENT OF FOUR YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 2nd APRIL 2018 

4.                 DR. NASIR IBRAHIM UMAR

MEDICAL DIRECTOR

 NATIONAL OBSTETRIC FISTULA CENTRE, BAUCHI

BAUCHI STATE

RENEWAL OF APPOINTMENT OF FOUR YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 8th APRIL 2018    

5.                 DR. ILIASU ADEAGBO AHMED

MEDICAL DIRECTOR

FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTRE, OWO

ONDO STATE

INITIAL TERM OF FOUR YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 8th APRIL 2018 

6.                 DR. ALIYU MUHAMMAD EL-LADAN

MEDICAL DIRECTOR 

NATIONAL OBSTETRIC FISTULA CENTRE

KATSINA, KATSINA STATE 

RENEWAL OF APPOINTMENT OF FOUR YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 8th APRIL 2018 

FEDERAL MINISTRY OF INFORMATION AND CULTURE

7.                 DR. (MRS) STELLA MOROUNMUBO OYEDEPO,

GENERAL-MANAGER,

NATIONAL THEATRE, LAGOS

INITIAL TERM OF FOUR YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 8TH APRIL 2018, IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE ESTABLISHMENT ACT, ESPECIALLY SECTIONS 7 AND 8 OF THE NATIONAL THEATRE AND NATIONAL TROUPE OF NIGERIA ACT 1991

WITH THIS APPOINTMENT, THE PRESIDENT HAS SEPARATED THE LEADERSHIP OF THE NATIONAL THEATER FROM NATIONAL TROUP OF NIGERIA

FEDERAL MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

8.                 DR. BABA DAVID DANJUMA

RECTOR, FEDERAL POYLTECHNIC, IDAH

KOGI STATE

INITIAL TERM OF FOUR YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 27TH DECEMBER 2017

9.                 DR. USMAN M. KALLAMU

 RECTOR

FEDERAL POYLTECHNIC, DAMATURU

YOBE STATE

INITIAL TERM OF FOUR YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 8TH APRIL 2018

10.            DR. (TPL) JIMAH MOMODU SANUSI 

RECTOR

FEDERAL POYLTECHNIC, AUCHI, EDO STATE

INITIAL TERM OF FOUR YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 23rd FEBRUARY 2018

11.            DR. DAYO HEPHZIBAH OLADEBEYE

RECTOR, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, ADO EKITI,

 EKITI STATE,

INITIAL TERM OF FOUR YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 23rd FEBRUARY 2018

12.            ARCH SANUSI GUMAU

RECTOR

FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, BAUCHI, BAUCHI STATE

INITIAL TERM OF FOUR YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 23rd FEBRUARY 2018

13.            PROF. TOMUNOMI M. ABBEY

RECTOR 

FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, OIL & GAS BONNY, RIVERS STATE,

INITIAL TERM OF FOUR YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 23rd FEBRUARY 2018

14.            ENGR. OMOKUNGBE OBAFEMI OMOSENI

RECTOR, YABA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, LAGOS

LAGOS STATE

INITIAL TERM OF FOUR YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 30th JANUARY 2018

15.            PROF FARUK RASHID HARUNA 

PROVOST

FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, KONTAGORA, NIGER STATE

INITIAL TERM OF FOUR YEARS      WITH EFFECT FROM 27th MARCH 2018

POWER, WORKS AND HOUSING

16.            USMAN GUR MOHAMMED 

MANAGING – DIRECTOR

TRANSMISSION COMPANY OF NIGERIA, (TCN)

INITIAL TERM OF FOUR YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 1st FEBRUARY  2018

INDEPENDENT NATIONAL ELECTORAL COMMISSION (INEC)

17.            DR. EMMANUEL ALEX HART 

RESIDENT ELECTORAL COMMISSIONER,

INITIAL TERM OF FIVE YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 17TH APRIL, 2018

Posted 11/04/2018 01:27:15 AM

 

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