Suits made by Tinubu Names new medical directors including FAAN and NAMA .uk

Suits made by Tinubu Names new medical directors, including FAAN and NAMA

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With President Bola Tinubu’s blessing, the Federal Ministry of Aviation and Aerospace Development has suspended, removed, and replaced several chief executive officers:

Mr. Kabir Yusuf Mohammed, the managing director of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), was removed from his position, and Mrs. Olubunmi Oluwaseun Kuku was appointed as the substantive managing director of the FAAN. This change affected several individuals.

The substantive Managing Director of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency, NAMA, Engr. Umar Ahmed Farouk, has succeeded Mr. Tayib Adetunji Odunowo, who had been removed from his position.

Among the others, Mr. Alex Badeh Jr. was appointed as the substantive Director-General of the Nigerian Safety Investigation Bureau (NSIB), succeeding Engr. Akinola Olateru, who had been dismissed from his position.

Under the leadership of Prof. Charles Anosike, the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NIMET) has a new director general, succeeding Prof. Mansur Bako Matazu.

By Section 13(2) of the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology Act, 2022, Mr. Joseph Shaka Imalighwe has been appointed as the acting rector of the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology, NCAT, replacing Capt. Alkali Mahmud Modibbo, who had been serving as rector. This appointment is temporary, as the substantive rector will be named later.

Capt. Musa Shuaibu Nuhu, the director general of the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), was also impacted by the restructuring and was suspended from office so that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) could investigate the activities of Nuhu and other senior officials at the NCAA without interference. The position of Acting Director-General of the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority is immediately filled by Capt. Chris Najomo.

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To fill the position of substantive Vice-Chancellor and other key executives at the African Aviation and Aerospace University (AAAU), Tinubu gave his blessing to the Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development to begin an exhaustive search.

The President expressed his expectation that the newly appointed officials in charge of this vital area will prioritize the well-being of the Nigerian people above all else and treat their safety and convenience as sacred in their administrative endeavors. The president is demanding that the sector be repositioned by his Renewed Hope Agenda through the rapid construction of world-class regulatory frameworks as well as world-class policy formulation and implementation because the cost of underperformance in the sector is considerable.

The president’s orders listed above are all effective right this second.

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