Days after the dismissal of two ministers from his cabinet, President Muhammadu Buhari approved the appointment of three new managing directors for some agencies of the Federal Ministry of Education.
The Punch reported that the new appointments to the Ministry of Education were announced by a ministry spokesman, Bem Goong, in a statement on Wednesday September 8th.
He listed the new appointees as:
1. Prof. Akpama Ibar as Executive Secretary of the National Commission on Mass Skills, Adult Education and Extracurricular Education
2. Prof. Chinwe Anunobi, Director / Chief Executive Officer, National Library
3. Prof. Musa Maitafsir as Director / CEO of the National Teachers Institute
The spokesperson stated that all three appointments went into effect on September 2nd and each for an initial term of five years would apply.
Goong said the President also had the reappointment of Registrar / CEO, Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria, Prof. Josiah Ajiboye, for a second and final term of five Approved for years. Effective August 1, the Premium Times reported.
The dismissed power minister Mamman breaks the silence and says he will remain loyal to Buhari
In the meantime Sale Mamman, the dismissed former power minister, said his dismissal would not stop his support for President Muhammadu Buhari’s government. Channels TV reported that he made the statement on Thursday , on September 2, in a statement the day after he was released from his post as minister by the President.
Despite developments, Mamman said he would stay Agenda committed by President Buhari for Nigeria.
In another message, Nigeria’s new power minister, Engineer Abubakar Aliyu said Monday the 6th value for what is done, The reported Guardian.
Aliyu who made the revelation when he was officiating Resumed duties in Abuja, citizens shouldn’t expect magic in providing adequate power supplies.
The 55-year-old, who is replacing Mamman as power minister, said added The Cable.
Drama of the Nigerian Senator appointing 18 special assistants in one day
Meanwhile, the legislature represents Sokoto North Senate District in the Upper Legislative Chamber, Abuja, Senator Aliyu Wamakko has appointed new special assistants.
PM News reported that Wamakko, the former The state’s governor said the special assistants were appointed to help deliver democracy dividends to his constituents. He said the new appointments are also aimed at reducing unemployment in the state to further lower.