Following the sacking of Sabo Nanono as Minister of Agriculture, a Daily Trust report highlighted four people who could be named by President Muhammadu Buhari to succeed him.
< p class = "align-left"> According to the report, the permutations of the likely successors of Nanono are already taking on clearer forms.
Nanono, the one on Wednesday September. was released 1, is from Kano state. His relatives were found to be seriously lobbying to ensure his successor was also from Kano State.
Below are the three possible successors for Nanono, according to the report :
- Suleiman AbdulRahman (a.k.a. Kawu Sumaila), former Special Senior Assistant to President Buhari on National Assembly Affairs
- Ismaeel Buba Ahmed, who is the President’s Special Senior Assistant for the National Social Investment Program serves Buhari
- Nasiru Baballe Ila, a former MP who represented the Tarauni federal constituency in the National Assembly
- Alhaji Akibu Ibrahim Bello, former chairman of Nassarawa local government
Nonetheless, the Daily Trust noted that no formal group in Kano had made an appeal to the President to appoint one of the listed individuals.
You were just listed as some influential members of the ruling APC recommended them as a viable replacement.
President Buhari makes three more appointments
In another report President Buhari approved the appointment of three new managing directors for some departments of the Federal Ministry of Education a few days after the dismissal of two ministers from his cabinet.
The new appointments in the Ministry of Education were made by a ministry spokesman, Bem Goong, in a statement on Wednesday September 8th.
He listed the new appointees as Prof. Akpama Ibar (Executive Secretary, National Commission on Mass Skills, Adult and Non-Formal Education), Prof. Chinwe Anunobi (Director / Chief Executive Officer, National Library) and Prof. Musa Maitafsir (Director / CEO, National Teachers Institute).
Buhari dismisses a wide one ren senior FG officials and announces immediate replacement
Meanwhile, President Buhari Basheer has appointed Mohammed as the General Director of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Human Trafficking (NAPTIP).
< p class = "align-left"> The President also swiftly appointed Fatima Waziri-Azi as the agency’s new Director General.
Waziri-Azi’s appointment followed a recommendation from the Minister for Humanitarian Affairs Affairs, Sadiya Umar Farouq. The Minister stated that Waziri-Azi’s recommendation was based on her years of experience and ability to advance NAPTIP to achieve its main outcome.