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Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by ChappyChase: 9:57am On Sep 01, 2015
The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has responded to the attacks on President Muhammadu Buhari by Ayo Fayose, Ekiti state governor over lopsided appointments.

While Fayose defined the Buhari as running the country as if he was the president of northern Nigeria only, the president said the governor’s attacks were capable of generating ethnic clashes among the nation’s communities.

It should be recalled that the governor on August 31 said steps taken by Buhari since he was inaugurated were tainted with ethnic and tribal coloration, saying it was unfriendly to the unity of Nigeria.


However, the president answered strongly, rejecting the accusation, and advising Nigerians to be cautious of the tricks of Ekiti state governor and the Peoples Democratic Party, who he said are determined on regaining what they lost by stoking ‘ethnic and religious fault lines”.

Presidency said the governor’s outburst was discordant and threatens the unity of Nigeria.

Garba Shehu, presidential media aide, said President Buhari had been worried with the revival of the economy, securing the nation and ridding it of corruption.

He said Nigerian leader would follow these priorities and would not be distracted by unwarranted criticism.

“Nigerians are smarter than Fayose thinks. The Governor’s outbursts are intended to be a trigger for a clash between communities in areas where deliberate attempts had in the past also been made by the PDP to stoke ethnic and religious fault-lines,” he said.

“Our appeal to Nigerians is that they should ignore these tantrums. President Buhari is a healer not a divider.”


He added that Nigerians should see the recent appointments as one wave among the many that will come, stating that the next waves would come with thousands of new jobs.

“The President is conscious of the federal character and the requirements of balance in the constitution. He will be guided by the constitution in making his appointments.’’

“Let me say at this stage that mere appeal to ethnic and regional arithmetic will not give back to the PDP what they lost. They seem to be making a dangerous calculation with their recent outbursts.

“The mere appeal to sectional and religious will not give the party its lost relevance or electability.”

President Buhari on August 27, has made more northern appointments that caused condemnation from Nigerians and prominent leaders of the country
https://www.naij.com/536336-fayose-threatens-unity-nigeria-buhari-warns-nigerians.html.

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by mrpackager(m): 10:00am On Sep 01, 2015
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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by donholy28(m): 10:05am On Sep 01, 2015
His one sided appointments speak otherwise

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by dekdek: 10:08am On Sep 01, 2015
donholy28:
His one sided appointments speak otherwise

Shut up. Did u complain when the same set of appointments favored the south when Jonah-daft was in charge?

APPOINTMENTS MADE BY PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI TO DATE:

1. Aide de Camp to president: Lt. Col Abubakar Lawal, [North-West].

2. Special Adviser, Media and Publicity to the president: Femi Adesina, [South-West].

3. Senior Special Assistant, Media and Publicity: Garba Shehu, [North-West].

4. State Chief of Protocol/Special Assistant (Presidential Matters): Lawal Abdullahi Kazaure, [North-West].

5. Accountant General of the Federation: Ahmed Idris [North-West].

6. National Security Adviser: Babagana Monguno [North-East].

7. Chief of Defence Staff, Abayomi Olonishakin, [South-West].

8. Chief of Army Staff: Tukur Buratai, [North-East].

9. Chief of Naval Staff: Ibok-Ete Ekwe Ibas, [South-South].

10. Chief of Air Staff, Sadique Abubakar, [North-East].

11. Chief of Defence Intelligence: Monday Riku Morgan [North-Central].

12. Director General, State Security Services, SSS: Lawal Daura, [North-West].

13. Acting Chairperson, Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Amina Zakari, [North-West].

14. Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA: Habibu Abdulahi [North-West].

15. Special Adviser, Niger Delta Amnesty Office: Paul Boroh, [South-South]

16. Acting Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration, Safety and Security Agency, NIMASA: Baba Haruna Jauro [North-East].

17. Executive Vice Chairman/ Chief Executive Officer, Nigerian Communications Commission: Umaru Dambatta [North-West].

18. Executive Chairman, Federal Inland Revenue Service, FIRS: Babatunde Fowler, [South-West].

19. Director General, Budget Office of the Federation: Aliyu Gusau, [North-West].

20. Group Managing Director, Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, Emmanuel Kachikwu, [South-South].

21. Secretary to Government of the Federation, Babachir David Lawal, [North East]

22. Chief of Staff to the President: Abba Kyari, [North-East].

23. Comptroller-General, Nigerian Customs Service: Hameed Ibrahim Ali, [North East].

24. Comptroller-General, Nigerian Immigration Service: Kure Martin Abeshi, [North-Central].

25. Senior Special Assistant on National Assembly Matters (Senate): Ita Enang, [South-South].

26. Senior Special Assistant on National Assembly Matters (House of Representatives): Sumaila Kawu, [North-West].

27. Director, Department Of Petroleum Resources, DPR, Modecai Baba Ladan. [North-Central].

28. Managing Director, Asset Management Company of Nigeria, AMCON, Ahmed Lawan Kuru. [North West].

29. Commissioner for Insurance and Chief Executive of the National Insurance Commission, Mohammed Kari [North-West]

30. Executive Director AMCON: Kola Ayeye [South-West]

31. Executive Director, AMCON: Eberechukwu Uneze, [South-East]

32. Executive Director, AMCON: Aminu Ismail, [North-West]

33. Group Executive Director, NNPC, Maikanti Baru, [North-Central]

34. Group Executive Director, NNPC, Isiaka Abdulrazaq, [South-West]

35. Group Executive Director, NNPC: Dennis Nnamdi Ajulu, [South-East].

36. Group Executive Director, NNPC: Babatunde Victor Adeniran, [South-West].

37. Rector, Maritime Academy of Nigeria, MAN, Oron: Mr. Joshua Okpo [South-South]

NORTH=24, SOUTH=13

FULL LIST OF GEJ's EQUIVALENT APPOINTMENTS AS AT HIS LAST DAY IN OFFICE:

1. Aide de Camp to president: Lt. Col Ojogbane Adegbe, [North].

2. Special Adviser, Media and Publicity to the president: Reuben Abati, [South-West].

3. Senior Special Assistant, Media and Publicity: Doyin Okupe, [South-West].

4. State Chief of Protocol/Special Assistant (Presidential Matters): Chief Mike Oghiadomhe, [South-South].

5. Accountant General of the Federation: Mr. Jonah Ogunniyi Otunla [South-West].

6. National Security Adviser: Col Sambo Dasuki [North-West].

7. Chief of Defence Staff, Air Marshal Alex Sebundu Badeh, [North-East].

8. Chief of Army Staff: Lt Gen. Kenneth Minimah, [South-South].

9. Chief of Naval Staff: Rear Admiral Usman Jibrin, [North-Central].

10. Chief of Air Staff, Air Vice Marshal Amosu, [South-West].

11. Chief of Defence Intelligence:Rear Admiral Gabriel Okoi [South-South].

12. Director General, State Security Services, SSS: Mr Ita Ekpenyong, [South-South].

13. Chairman, Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC: Attahiru Jega, [North-West].

14. Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA: Alhaji Sanusi Lamido Ado Bayero [North-West].

15. Special Adviser, Niger Delta Amnesty Office: Mr Kingsley Kuku, [South]

16. Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration, Safety and Security Agency, NIMASA:Mr Patrick Ziakede Akpobolokem [South-South].

17. Executive Vice Chairman/ Chief Executive Officer, Nigerian Communications Commission: Mr Eugene Juwah [South-South].

18. Executive Chairman, Federal Inland Revenue Service, FIRS: Mr. Samuel Ogungbesan, [South-West].

19. Director General, Budget Office of the Federation: Director General,Dr. Bright Okogu, [South].

20. Group Managing Director, Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, Dr. Joseph Thlama Dawha, [North].

21. Secretary to Government of the Federation, Mr Anyim Pious Anyim, [South-East]

22. Chief of Staff to the President: Brgd Gen. Jones Oladehinde Arogbofa, [South-South].

23. Comptroller-General, Nigerian Customs Service: Abdullahi Dikko Inde, [North-West].

24. Comptroller-General, Nigerian Immigration Service: Mr. David Shikfu Parradang, [North-Central].

25. Senior Special Assistant on National Assembly Matters (Senate): Senator Joy Ifeanyichukwu Emodi, [South-East].

26. Senior Special Assistant on National Assembly Matters (House of Representatives): Senator Joy Ifeanyichukwu Emodi, [South-East].

27. Director, Department Of Petroleum Resources, DPR, Mr. George Abiodun Osahon. [South-South].

28. Managing Director, Asset Management Company of Nigeria, AMCON, Mustafa Chike-Obi. [South-East].

29. Commissioner for Insurance and Chief Executive of the National Insurance Commission, Mr. Fola Daniel.[South-West]

30. Executive Director AMCON: Mofoluke Benedicta Dosumu [South-West]

31. Executive Director, AMCON: Hewitt Adegboyega Benson [South-West]

32. Executive Director, AMCON: Abbas Mohammed Jega [[North-West]

33. Group Executive Director, NNPC, Ian Udoh, [North-Central]

34. Group Executive Director, NNPC, Adebayo Ibirogba, [South-West]

35. Group Executive Director, NNPC: David Ige, [South-East].

36. Group Executive Director, NNPC: Bernard Otti, [South-West].

37. Group Executive Director, NNPC: Dan Efebo [South-South]

38. Group Executive Director, NNPC: Aisha Abdurrahman [North-West]

39. Group Executive Director, NNPC: Attahiru Yusuf [North-West]

40. Rector, Maritime Academy of Nigeria, MAN, Oron: Mr. Joshua Okpo [South-South]

SOUTH=27, NORTH=13

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by Nobody: 10:10am On Sep 01, 2015
A healer who has shown division in all his appointments so far.


He is not the Messiah and neither the John the baptist rather he is the serpent that came in when men went momentarily to sleep

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by menix(m): 10:12am On Sep 01, 2015
If he is a healer, let him go heal Thiefnubu frm brown teeth.


Healer ko babalawo nii..

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by DaBullIT(m): 10:13am On Sep 01, 2015
above me @dekdek

NORTHERNERS=24, SOUTH=13 Buhari's appointments so far

SOUTHERNERS=27, NORTH=13 Jonathan's appointments in his time

Where is the lopsided appointments ? I believe all this wailing is because some people wanted some people in a certain post and Buhari chose not to give the favored candidate the position

Shikenna


Modified:

People are now telling me that If Buhari is repeating what GEJ did then it is not change

My answer is Payback is a peppery Biatch

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by EdCure: 10:16am On Sep 01, 2015
TBH, Buhar's northernized appointments is what is threatening the unity of Nigeria. Not Fayose.

The president should be wiser. He should not think that he is guaranteed of an applause for every wrong decisions taken.

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by Ezenwammadu(m): 10:16am On Sep 01, 2015
As if the dullard 97% and 5% stupidity is not enough to destroy national unity
PROUDLY 5%

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by fulanimafia: 10:17am On Sep 01, 2015
DaBullIT:
above me @dekdek
NORTHERNERS=24, SOUTH=13 Buhari's appointments so far
SOUTHERNERS=27, NORTH=13 Jonathan's appointments in his time
Where is the lopsided appointments ? I believe all this wailing is because some people wanted some people in a certain post and Buhari chose not to give the favored candidate the position
Shikenna


Sheer hypocrisy.

Have you wondered why the irrational wailers never mention that the CBN Governor and IG were both retained by PMB and are both southerners? Are there no competent northerners to occupy these strategic posts (including the NNPC) if a northern agenda is in place?

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by Nobody: 10:18am On Sep 01, 2015
How come Buhari has 3 spokesman and still his propaganda don't sell? It shows that a bad product ll always be a bad product no matter how hard you try to rebrand it

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by DFemaleBoss(f): 10:18am On Sep 01, 2015
What Fayose said is the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. grin
If anybody is threatening the unity of the country, it's Bubu and A fee cee.

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by hassan85(m): 10:20am On Sep 01, 2015
fayose has been talking so nothing new. let him keep talking

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by FreeGlobe(f): 10:21am On Sep 01, 2015
We will not ignore Fayose's statements. The presidency should know that. Who is dividing the nation between fayose and the clannish king of the north

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by FreeGlobe(f): 10:23am On Sep 01, 2015
Let us now start addressing Buhari as [size=16pt]King of the North[/size]

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by dekdek: 10:24am On Sep 01, 2015
DaBullIT:
above me @dekdek

NORTHERNERS=24, SOUTH=13 Buhari's appointments so far

SOUTHERNERS=27, NORTH=13 Jonathan's appointments in his time

Where is the lopsided appointments ? I believe all this wailing is because some people wanted some people in a certain post and Buhari chose not to give the favored candidate the position

Shikenna

ANy shout of lopsided appointment is just premature and should be ignored considering the fact that 75% of posts are yet to be filled including ministers.




dekdek:
[b]By the way it should be noted that Buhari has appointed far more Southerners in the business units of NNPC than northerners. This was not even captured in the original list presented earlier................These are verifiable facts that anyone interested in the truth can always confirm from. Dont allow TANoids feed u with lies any longer.



A new Company Secretary/Legal Adviser and Managing Directors have also been appointed for the Strategic Business Units. They are: Chidi Momah, Group General Manager, Company Secratarty & Legal Adviser; Mrs. Esther Nnamdi Ogbue, Managing Director, Pipelines and Products Marketing Company (PPMC); Engr. Chinedu Ezeribe, Managing Director, Warri Refinning & Petrochemicals Company (WRPC); Mr. Babatunde Bakare, Managing Director, Nigerian Gas Company (NGC); Mr. Inuwa Ibrahim Waya, Managing Director, Hyson; Mr. Abubakar Mai-Bornu, Managing Director, Nigerian Petroleum Development Company (NPDC); and Mr. Ladipo Fagbola, Managing Director, NNPC Retail.
Others are: Mr. Rowland Ewubare, Managing Director, Integrated Data Services Ltd (IDSL); Mr. Modupe Bammeke, Managing Director, NNPC Prpoerties; Mr. Abdulkadir Saidu, Managing Director, Duke Oil; and Mr. Dafe Sejebor, Group General Manager, Nigerian Petroleum Investment Management Services (NAPIMS).


http://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/headlines/188206-buhari-sacks-heads-of-nnpc-subsidiaries-appoints-4-new-group-executive-directors.html[/b]

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by lionstone: 10:25am On Sep 01, 2015
FAYOSE HAD SAID THE BITTER TRUTH.
Buhari'S ACTIONS AND STATEMENTS HAS COMPLETLY MURDERED ONE NIGERIA IN COLD BLOOD.

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by Montaque(m): 10:28am On Sep 01, 2015
No sir.
it is rather the actions of pmb that will divide nigeria.
leave fayose alone.

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by WILLYBABS(m): 10:28am On Sep 01, 2015
“The President is conscious of the federal
character and the requirements of balance in the
constitution. He will be guided by the
constitution in making his appointments.’’

I'm glad you are aware he is not been guided by the constitution but bu Northern Agenda, hate and revenge. For those comparing GEJ's administration with PMB's, we voted CHANGE not REVENGE.

#InGODWeTrust
#OgbeniWilly

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by mars123(m): 10:29am On Sep 01, 2015
ECOTERRORS:
How come Buhari has 3 spokesman and still his propaganda don't sell? It shows that a bad product ll always be a bad product no matter how hard you try to rebrand it
how does a bad product sell to millions and win a presidential election something that is common to you wailers is the ability to think with your anus.

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by omowolewa: 10:30am On Sep 01, 2015
Fayose will always get himself in the wrong news for right reasons.

If Buhari doesn't dangle his bait at the direction of National unity, Fayose would not point his guns towards National unity.

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by omolami: 10:31am On Sep 01, 2015
Fayose threatens nobody including Nigeria. Where is the unity in Nigeria? I can't find it. Nigeria's unity died since the day Buhari took over government. Therefore Fayose threatens nobody and Nigeria Maybe the north are threatened

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by Goke7: 10:35am On Sep 01, 2015
omolami:
Fayose threatens nobody including Nigeria. Where is the unity in Nigeria? I can't find it. Nigeria's unity died since the day Buhari took over government. Therefore Fayose threatens nobody and Nigeria Maybe the north are threatened

Stop hating, stop being bitter, so Nigeria was united during pdp's reign abi? na wa for una o!

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by Nobody: 10:37am On Sep 01, 2015
I THINK THE HEADLINE SHOULD BE CHANGED TO BUHARI THREATENS THE UNITY OF NIGERIA

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by tomakint: 10:44am On Sep 01, 2015
If Governor Ayodele Fayose has chosen to be the 'check and balance' to this administration, so be it! I like what Fayose is doing.

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by faithugo64(f): 10:44am On Sep 01, 2015
remove the spec in your own eyes 1st before removing fayose's


eeh oga buhari na you wan divide Nigeria no be fayose


action speaks louder than voice!!!


all hail buhari!!!president of the north!!!

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by Nobody: 10:44am On Sep 01, 2015
mars123:
how does a bad product sell to millions and win a presidential election something that is common to you wailers is the ability to think with your anus.
We ve gone past elections, we are now doing governance and we can't see anything promised us since then.




if my anus has kept me going for long to be able to decipher this lies then you need to use your anus now.

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by Nobody: 10:46am On Sep 01, 2015
dekdek:


Shut up. Did u complain when the same set of appointments favored the south when Jonah-daft was in charge?

APPOINTMENTS MADE BY PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI TO DATE:

1. Aide de Camp to president: Lt. Col Abubakar Lawal, [North-West].

2. Special Adviser, Media and Publicity to the president: Femi Adesina, [South-West].

3. Senior Special Assistant, Media and Publicity: Garba Shehu, [North-West].

4. State Chief of Protocol/Special Assistant (Presidential Matters): Lawal Abdullahi Kazaure, [North-West].

5. Accountant General of the Federation: Ahmed Idris [North-West].

6. National Security Adviser: Babagana Monguno [North-East].

7. Chief of Defence Staff, Abayomi Olonishakin, [South-West].

8. Chief of Army Staff: Tukur Buratai, [North-East].

9. Chief of Naval Staff: Ibok-Ete Ekwe Ibas, [South-South].

10. Chief of Air Staff, Sadique Abubakar, [North-East].

11. Chief of Defence Intelligence: Monday Riku Morgan [North-Central].

12. Director General, State Security Services, SSS: Lawal Daura, [North-West].

13. Acting Chairperson, Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Amina Zakari, [North-West].

14. Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA: Habibu Abdulahi [North-West].

15. Special Adviser, Niger Delta Amnesty Office: Paul Boroh, [South-South]

16. Acting Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration, Safety and Security Agency, NIMASA: Baba Haruna Jauro [North-East].

17. Executive Vice Chairman/ Chief Executive Officer, Nigerian Communications Commission: Umaru Dambatta [North-West].

18. Executive Chairman, Federal Inland Revenue Service, FIRS: Babatunde Fowler, [South-West].

19. Director General, Budget Office of the Federation: Aliyu Gusau, [North-West].

20. Group Managing Director, Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, Emmanuel Kachikwu, [South-South].

21. Secretary to Government of the Federation, Babachir David Lawal, [North East]

22. Chief of Staff to the President: Abba Kyari, [North-East].

23. Comptroller-General, Nigerian Customs Service: Hameed Ibrahim Ali, [North East].

24. Comptroller-General, Nigerian Immigration Service: Kure Martin Abeshi, [North-Central].

25. Senior Special Assistant on National Assembly Matters (Senate): Ita Enang, [South-South].

26. Senior Special Assistant on National Assembly Matters (House of Representatives): Sumaila Kawu, [North-West].

27. Director, Department Of Petroleum Resources, DPR, Modecai Baba Ladan. [North-Central].

28. Managing Director, Asset Management Company of Nigeria, AMCON, Ahmed Lawan Kuru. [North West].

29. Commissioner for Insurance and Chief Executive of the National Insurance Commission, Mohammed Kari [North-West]

30. Executive Director AMCON: Kola Ayeye [South-West]

31. Executive Director, AMCON: Eberechukwu Uneze, [South-East]

32. Executive Director, AMCON: Aminu Ismail, [North-West]

33. Group Executive Director, NNPC, Maikanti Baru, [North-Central]

34. Group Executive Director, NNPC, Isiaka Abdulrazaq, [South-West]

35. Group Executive Director, NNPC: Dennis Nnamdi Ajulu, [South-East].

36. Group Executive Director, NNPC: Babatunde Victor Adeniran, [South-West].

37. Rector, Maritime Academy of Nigeria, MAN, Oron: Mr. Joshua Okpo [South-South]

NORTH=24, SOUTH=13

FULL LIST OF GEJ's EQUIVALENT APPOINTMENTS AS AT HIS LAST DAY IN OFFICE:

1. Aide de Camp to president: Lt. Col Ojogbane Adegbe, [North].

2. Special Adviser, Media and Publicity to the president: Reuben Abati, [South-West].

3. Senior Special Assistant, Media and Publicity: Doyin Okupe, [South-West].

4. State Chief of Protocol/Special Assistant (Presidential Matters): Chief Mike Oghiadomhe, [South-South].

5. Accountant General of the Federation: Mr. Jonah Ogunniyi Otunla [South-West].

6. National Security Adviser: Col Sambo Dasuki [North-West].

7. Chief of Defence Staff, Air Marshal Alex Sebundu Badeh, [North-East].

8. Chief of Army Staff: Lt Gen. Kenneth Minimah, [South-South].

9. Chief of Naval Staff: Rear Admiral Usman Jibrin, [North-Central].

10. Chief of Air Staff, Air Vice Marshal Amosu, [South-West].

11. Chief of Defence Intelligence:Rear Admiral Gabriel Okoi [South-South].

12. Director General, State Security Services, SSS: Mr Ita Ekpenyong, [South-South].

13. Chairman, Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC: Attahiru Jega, [North-West].

14. Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA: Alhaji Sanusi Lamido Ado Bayero [North-West].

15. Special Adviser, Niger Delta Amnesty Office: Mr Kingsley Kuku, [South]

16. Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration, Safety and Security Agency, NIMASA:Mr Patrick Ziakede Akpobolokem [South-South].

17. Executive Vice Chairman/ Chief Executive Officer, Nigerian Communications Commission: Mr Eugene Juwah [South-South].

18. Executive Chairman, Federal Inland Revenue Service, FIRS: Mr. Samuel Ogungbesan, [South-West].

19. Director General, Budget Office of the Federation: Director General,Dr. Bright Okogu, [South].

20. Group Managing Director, Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, Dr. Joseph Thlama Dawha, [North].

21. Secretary to Government of the Federation, Mr Anyim Pious Anyim, [South-East]

22. Chief of Staff to the President: Brgd Gen. Jones Oladehinde Arogbofa, [South-South].

23. Comptroller-General, Nigerian Customs Service: Abdullahi Dikko Inde, [North-West].

24. Comptroller-General, Nigerian Immigration Service: Mr. David Shikfu Parradang, [North-Central].

25. Senior Special Assistant on National Assembly Matters (Senate): Senator Joy Ifeanyichukwu Emodi, [South-East].

26. Senior Special Assistant on National Assembly Matters (House of Representatives): Senator Joy Ifeanyichukwu Emodi, [South-East].

27. Director, Department Of Petroleum Resources, DPR, Mr. George Abiodun Osahon. [South-South].

28. Managing Director, Asset Management Company of Nigeria, AMCON, Mustafa Chike-Obi. [South-East].

29. Commissioner for Insurance and Chief Executive of the National Insurance Commission, Mr. Fola Daniel.[South-West]

30. Executive Director AMCON: Mofoluke Benedicta Dosumu [South-West]

31. Executive Director, AMCON: Hewitt Adegboyega Benson [South-West]

32. Executive Director, AMCON: Abbas Mohammed Jega [[North-West]

33. Group Executive Director, NNPC, Ian Udoh, [North-Central]

34. Group Executive Director, NNPC, Adebayo Ibirogba, [South-West]

35. Group Executive Director, NNPC: David Ige, [South-East].

36. Group Executive Director, NNPC: Bernard Otti, [South-West].

37. Group Executive Director, NNPC: Dan Efebo [South-South]

38. Group Executive Director, NNPC: Aisha Abdurrahman [North-West]

39. Group Executive Director, NNPC: Attahiru Yusuf [North-West]

40. Rector, Maritime Academy of Nigeria, MAN, Oron: Mr. Joshua Okpo [South-South]

SOUTH=27, NORTH=13
please create a thread with this post, mention me when you do

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by dekdek: 10:48am On Sep 01, 2015
Obiagelli:

please create a thread with this post, mention me when you do

There is a thread to that effect already.....................TANoids in corraboration with the mods killed it. Check below:

https://www.nairaland.com/2563837/compilation-pmbs-appointments-date-equivalents

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Re: Fayose Threatens The Unity of Nigeria - Presidency Warns Nigerians by kenedy175(m): 10:48am On Sep 01, 2015
Is that soo?
"Those living in a glass house shouldn't throw stones"
It's like Baba has forgotten how many times he threatened the unity of Nigeria.

Fayose just spoke the truth

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