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Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Racoon(m): 8:52pm On Dec 25, 2020
Matthew Kukah, bishop of Sokoto Catholic diocese, has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of nepotism.
In his Christmas message on Friday, the bishop said there could have been a coup if a non-northern Muslim president does a fraction of what Buhari did.

He accused the president of institutionalising northern hegemony by “reducing others in public life to second-class status”.

“This government owes the nation an explanation as to where it is headed as we seem to journey into darkness,” he said.


"The spilling of this blood must be related to a more sinister plot that is beyond our comprehension. Are we going to remain hogtied by these evil men or are they gradually becoming part of a larger plot to seal the fate of our country?

“President Buhari deliberately sacrificed the dreams of those who voted for him to what seemed like a programme to stratify and institutionalise northern hegemony. He has pursued this self-defeating and alienating policy at the expense of greater national cohesion.

“Every honest Nigerian knows that there is no way any non-Northern Muslim President could have done a fraction of what President Buhari has done by his nepotism and gotten away with it.

“There would have been a military coup a long time ago or we would have been at war. The President may have concluded that Christians will do nothing and will live with these actions.


“He may be right and we Christians cannot feel sorry that we have no pool of violence to draw from or threaten our country. However, God does not sleep. We can see from the inexplicable dilemma of his North.”

https://www.thecable.ng/kukah-there-could-have-been-coup-if-a-non-northern-president-practised-nepotism-like-buhari

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Racoon(m): 8:53pm On Dec 25, 2020
“He may be right and we Christians cannot feel sorry that we have no pool of violence to draw from or threaten our country. However, God does not sleep. We can see from the inexplicable dilemma of his North.”
".Buhari’s undoing is his wonted predilection for hierarchising ethnicity, religion and loyalty above competence.Since 1999, no president has obtrusively shown a more nepotistic aspect than Buhari.

It is unarguable that the president arrays the most competence-challenged cabinet ever in the chronicle of governance in Nigeria.As it was in 1984 under General Buhari, so it is in 2016 and 2020 under President Buhari........."
https://www.thecable.ng/buharis-legacy-of-recessions

Nothing new! Every reasonable person knows this startling truth.Kukah spoke the truth.Buhari have long set a bad precedence with his bigotry, nepotism, ethno-religious supremacist agenda that will hunt him & the northern region for a long time to come.This is a fact his mummified zombies will never remind him of.

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by felixzo1(m): 8:53pm On Dec 25, 2020
This man no dey fear

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Sammy07: 8:54pm On Dec 25, 2020
Actually there might not be a coup.

What I know that will happen is, there will be riots or more bandits and Fulani herdsmen fully sponsored by the northern governors.

I am very sure of that.

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by EmptyGarden(m): 8:56pm On Dec 25, 2020
No be lie, Sir... No be lie.

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Racoon(m): 8:56pm On Dec 25, 2020
"Our history is replete with numerous & uncontrollable instances of callous and insensitive dominating repressive intrigues by those who think it is their birthright to dominate till eternity the political and economic privileges of this great country to the exclusion of the people of the Middle Belt & the south"

It is our unflinching belief that this quest for domination, oppression and marginalization is against the wish of God and therefore, must be resisted with vehemence. Anything that has a beginning must have an end....
-Maj.Gideon Gwarza Orkar

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Newman20(m): 8:56pm On Dec 25, 2020
Of course there could've been, but it isn't time to talk about what COULD have happened and talk about how we can get the restructuring we've been hoping for.

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Racoon(m): 8:56pm On Dec 25, 2020
felixzo1:
This man no dey fear
“Patriotism is supporting your country all the time and your government when it deserves it.” ― Mark Twain.

“A patriot must always be ready to defend his country against his government.” - Edward Abbey.

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Nobody: 8:58pm On Dec 25, 2020
This is the only northern speaking the truth

Oops I forgot he is Christian not jihadist

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Newman20(m): 8:58pm On Dec 25, 2020
Racoon:

“Patriotism is supporting your country all the time and your government when it deserves it.” ― Mark Twain.

“A patriot must always be ready to defend his country against his government.” - Edward Abbey.

True

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Fahdiga(m): 8:59pm On Dec 25, 2020
The bitter truth coming from a northerner. northern Nigeria will be suffering for their hypocrisy till they receive sense

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Soarr(m): 9:02pm On Dec 25, 2020
I thought about this yesterday that if it was a westerner or easterner that behave and performs the same way buhari did?
There would have been war

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by omowolewa: 9:03pm On Dec 25, 2020
Bishop.the foundation has been laid.

PMB has shown the Southerner how it's been done

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Daddysidhan: 9:06pm On Dec 25, 2020
See as this man open buhari yansh down, this is patriotism saying it the way it is not the stomach patriotism been done by some heartless Idiot on this forum e.g seunmsg, silvernorgold etc

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by OlujobaSamuel: 9:06pm On Dec 25, 2020
This sum it up for me
“He may be right and we Christians cannot feel sorry that we have no pool of violence to draw from or threaten our country. However, God does not sleep. We can see from the inexplicable dilemma of his North.”
Sleep will definitely be far from their eyes, for they love not equity, fairness and justice, violence won't leave their doorstep.

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by blacknp(m): 9:13pm On Dec 25, 2020
Racoon:

".Buhari’s undoing is his wonted predilection for hierarchising ethnicity, religion and loyalty above competence.Since 1999, no president has obtrusively shown a more nepotistic aspect than Buhari.

It is unarguable that the president arrays the most competence-challenged cabinet ever in the chronicle of governance in Nigeria.As it was in 1984 under General Buhari, so it is in 2016 and 2020 under President Buhari........."
https://www.thecable.ng/buharis-legacy-of-recessions
Is this not a purported Democrazy? Why only the President?, or you animals have no idea what system of Government you are practicing? Copy & paste Democrazy? Don’t hate the President, hate the system.

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by blacknp(m): 9:16pm On Dec 25, 2020
Soarr:
I thought about this yesterday that if it was a westerner or easterner that behave and performs the same way buhari did?
There would have been war
What has President Buhari done Almijiri? Obasanjo did worse, Easterners will not smell the Presidency anytime soon, so we can’t talk on that.
Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by blacknp(m): 9:19pm On Dec 25, 2020
OlujobaSamuel:
This sum it up for me
Sleep will definitely be far from their eyes, for they love not equity, fairness and justice, violence won't leave their doorstep.
I hope you know you are referring to yourself? Hypocrite Nigerians, You & Kukah, Pdp & Atiku supporters.
Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by ValCon888: 9:24pm On Dec 25, 2020
Let us call a spade a spade. Buhari is a nepotistic President on a scale never seen in Nigeria before.

The problem with this country is the Islamic North and their illiteracy, poverty, and jihadist fundamentalism. Many of them may not support terrorism overtly, but they support it covertly.

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Yobabad: 9:26pm On Dec 25, 2020
Local Yoruba Muslims and members of YMM (Yoruba Muslims Miscreants) will not like this truth

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by OlujobaSamuel: 9:28pm On Dec 25, 2020
blacknp:
I hope you know you are referring to yourself? Hypocrite Nigerians, You & Kukah, Pdp & Atiku supporters.
You think I care about your useless response. No be only PDP, Na PPA. Eyin weyrey ti ijẹ ku je ko je ke so otito mo. Eti je dodo, enu yin o le so ododo mo.
Na thunder go strike all you enemy of the masses irrespective of your party

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by royal231(m): 9:28pm On Dec 25, 2020
The best we can do is to wait till 2023 to turn Sai Baba to say bye bye

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by PARADIZEPRIEST: 9:38pm On Dec 25, 2020
100% truth.This regime has bn the worst tribalustic regime in histo of naija.God pls let this regime fizzle out fast with its pharoahs IJNA. angry

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Blankstare(m): 9:48pm On Dec 25, 2020
I don't remember any juicy agency, parastatal, military or judiciary arm been headed by a southerner...none shocked shocked.



















Last last Igbo and Yoruba must get sense by fire

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by knightsTempler: 10:50pm On Dec 25, 2020
Buhari turned every southerner, middle belt,Nigerian Christians to 2nd ko class citizens with his tribalism and Islamization as governing policy. How Nigeria isn’t up in flames by now beats my imagination.He shredded d unity &cohesion of d country to actualize northern domination

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Dedetwo(m): 11:01pm On Dec 25, 2020
It is very unusual the loudmouths kept mum.

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Kapilta(m): 11:07pm On Dec 25, 2020
You people should not disturb me jare. All i sha know is "Sai baba." Bullharry, the popular failure grin

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Kapilta(m): 11:09pm On Dec 25, 2020
Yobabad:
Local Yoruba Muslims and members of YMM (Yoruba Muslims Miscreants) will not like this truth
Rent free thingy. grin

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by Coronabirus(m): 11:16pm On Dec 25, 2020
This bigotic old fool is at it again. When OBJ and GEJ were at the seat of power he never protested the extremely lopsided appointments of their governments but rather enjoyed the isolation of his Northern brethren because of religious bigotry.
I categorically challenge anybody who can prove to me beyond reasonable doubt that PMB isn't more fair than the previous Presidents of the last 21yrs. There was never any meaningful appointment of Northern extraction but below is the prove of PMB's full appointment designation from 2016 to date:

BUHARI APPOINTEES DESIGNATION-2016
1. Joseph Ari: Director-General, Industrial Training Fund
2. Isa Ibrahim: Director-General, National Information Technology Development Agency
3. Simbi Wabote: Executive Secretary, Nigerian Content Monitoring Board
4. Aboloma Anthony: Director-General, Standards Organisation of Nigeria
5. Mamman Amadu: Director-General, Bureau of Public Procurement
6. Sharon Ikeazor: Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate
7. Teamwork – Emir Bamalli
8. Akodundo Gloria: as National Coordinator, New Partnership for Africa’s Development
9. Ahmed Bobboi: Executive Secretary, Petroleum Equalization Fund
10. Umana Umana: Managing Director, Oil and Gas Free Zone Authority
11. Sa’adiya Faruq: Federal Commissioner, National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons
12. Usman Abubakar: Chairman, Nigeria Railway Corporation
13. Bello Gusau: Executive Secretary, Petroleum Technology Development Fund
14. Yewande Sadiku: Executive Secretary, National Investment Promotion Commission.
BUHARI APPOINTEES DESIGNATION-2017
1. Julie Okah-Donli, Director-General, National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons
2. Mary Ikpere-Eta, Director-General, National Centre for Women Development.
3. Bayo Somefun, Managing Director, Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund
4. Ahmed Dangiwa, Managing Director, Federal Mortgage Bank
5. Alex Okoh, Director-General, Bureau of Public Enterprise.
6. Abdulkadir Umar, Executive Secretary, Petroleum Product Pricing Regulatory Agency
7. Ibrahim Goni, Conservator-General, National Park Service
8. Nnenna Akajemeli, National Coordinator, Service Compact, SERVICOM.
9. Mr. Adebiyi, Nasir Ladan is the Director-General, National Directorate of Employment
10. Saliu Alabi, Director-General, Michael Imodu National Institute for Labour Studies
11. PJef Barminas, Director-General, National Research Institute for Chemical Technology.
12. Haruna Yerima is the Director-General, Nigeria Institute for Social and Economic Research
13. Sunday Thomas, Deputy Commissioner, Nigeria Insurance Commission; Tunde Erukera, Executive Secretary, Consumer Protection Council
14. Bello Tukur, Secretary, Federal Character Commission.
15. Dikko Abdulrahman, Director-General, National Pension Commission
16. Umar Jibrin, Executive Secretary, Federal Capital Development Authority
17. Folashade Joseph, Managing Director, Nigeria Agriculture Insurance Corporation
18. Cecilia Gaya, Director-General, Administrative Staff College of Nigeria.
19. Luci Ajayi, Executive Secretary, Lagos International Trade Fair Management Board
20. Emmanuel Jimme, Managing Director, Nigeria Export Processing Zones Authority
21. Lanre Gbajabiamila, Director-General, Nigeria Lottery Regulation Commission
22. Jalani Aliyu, Director-General, Nigeria Automotive Design and development Council.
BUHARI APPOINTEES DESIGNATION-2018
1. Okechukwu Ukwuoma Director-general, National Centre for Technology Management (NACETEM),
2. Abdul-Jalil Suleiman Director-general, Directorate of Technical Cooperation in Africa (DTCA),
3. Mojoyi Oluwa Dekalu-Thomas Executive Director (Liability Management), Electricity Liability Management Company (NELMCO)
4. Chinedum Olisakwe-Lawrence-
Executive Director (Corporate Services),
5. Junaid Abdullahi Executive Secretary, Border Communities Development Agency (BDCA),
6. Folashodun Adebisi Shonubi Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria,
7. Banire Muiz Adeyemi Chairman, Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON),
8. Sule Yakubu Bassi Secretary, Nigerian Diaspora Commission,
9. Olufemi Ajayi Oladunni Director/CEO, National Centre for Agricultural Mechanization (NCAM),
Clement Onyeabo Nze Director- General, Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency,
10. Clement Isong Member, Board of the Petroleum Product Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA),
11. David Isho Nyikyaa Secretary, National Salaries, Income, Wages, Commission,
12. Obinna Francis Ogwuegbu Secretary, Special Investigation Panel for Recovery of Public Property,
13. Obadiah Simon Nkom Director-General/CEO, Nigeria Mining Cadastre Office
BUHARI APPOINTEES DESIGNATION-2019
. Nigerians Communications Commission (NCC)
(a) Prof. Adeolu Akande (South West) replaces Senator Olabiyi Durojaiye (South West) as Chairman, Board of Commissioners – subject to Senate confirmation
(b) Mr Uche Onwude (South East) replaces Senator Ifeanyi Godwin Ararume (South East) as Non-Executive Commissioner – subject to Senate confirmation.
2. The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA)
(a) Dr Abubakar Sa’id replaces Prof. Adeolu Akande as Board Chairman
(b) Dr Habibu Ahmed Imam (North West) replaces Dr Lawal Bello Moriki
(North West)
(c) Dr Mohammed Sa’idu Kumo as Board Member
3. The Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST)
Dr Ismail Adebayo Adewusi (South West) replaces Barrister Bisi Adegbuyi
(South West) as Postmaster General/CEO
4. Galaxy Backbone Limited (GBB)
Professor Muhammed Bello Abubakar replaces Architect Yusuf Kazaure
5. The Nigeria Communications Satellite Limited (NigComSat)
(a) Architect Yusuf Kazaure replaces Chief Dr George Nnadubem Moghalu
as Board Chairman
(b) Dr Najeem Salam replaces Hon. Samson Osagie as Executive
Director, Marketing and Business Development
(c) Professor Abdu Ja’afaru Bambale replaces Kazeem Kolawole Raji as
Executive Director, Technical Services
(d) Hadi Mohammed replaces Mohammed Lema Abubakar as Executive
Director, Administration
BUHARI APPOINTEES DESIGNATION-2020
1. Mr. Buki Ponle was appointed Managing Director of the News Agency of Nigeria
2. Mr. Nura Sani Kangiwa was named the Director-General, National Institute for Hospitality and Tourism.
3. Mr. Francis Ndubuisi Nwosu was appointed the Executive Secretary, Nigerian Press Council
4. Mr. Ebeten William Ivara, Director General, National Gallery of Arts
5. Mr. Olalekan Fadolapo, Registrar/CEO of Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria
6. Prof. Sunday Enessi Ododo, General Manager/CEO, National Theatre.
7. Mr. Ado Mohammed Yahuza, Executive Secretary/CEO, National Institute for Cultural Orientation
8. Prof. Aba Isa Tijjani, Director General, National Commission for Museums and Monuments
9. Mrs. Oluwabunmi Ayobami Amao, Director General, Centre For Black And African Arts And Civilization.

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by mightyhazel: 11:22pm On Dec 25, 2020
Dedetwo:
It is very unusual the loudmouths kept mum.
obj by now would have written very lenghty letters,complete with long lists of ppl on assassin's list if it were to be a jonathan..


other rascals in the waste would have led several mass actions and occupied cities.. lets not talk about the jihadists

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Re: Kukah: There Could've Been Coup If A Non-Northern Practised Nepotism Like Buhari by ourema(f): 12:16am On Dec 26, 2020
Coronabirus:
This bigotic old fool is at it again. When OBJ and GEJ were at the seat of power he never protested the extremely lopsided appointments of their governments but rather enjoyed the isolation of his Northern brethren because of religious bigotry.
I categorically challenge anybody who can prove to me beyond reasonable doubt that PMB isn't more fair than the previous Presidents of the last 21yrs. There was never any meaningful appointment of Northern extraction but below is the prove of PMB's full appointment designation from 2016 to date:

BUHARI APPOINTEES DESIGNATION-2016
1. Joseph Ari: Director-General, Industrial Training Fund
2. Isa Ibrahim: Director-General, National Information Technology Development Agency
3. Simbi Wabote: Executive Secretary, Nigerian Content Monitoring Board
4. Aboloma Anthony: Director-General, Standards Organisation of Nigeria
5. Mamman Amadu: Director-General, Bureau of Public Procurement
6. Sharon Ikeazor: Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate
7. Teamwork – Emir Bamalli
8. Akodundo Gloria: as National Coordinator, New Partnership for Africa’s Development
9. Ahmed Bobboi: Executive Secretary, Petroleum Equalization Fund
10. Umana Umana: Managing Director, Oil and Gas Free Zone Authority
11. Sa’adiya Faruq: Federal Commissioner, National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons
12. Usman Abubakar: Chairman, Nigeria Railway Corporation
13. Bello Gusau: Executive Secretary, Petroleum Technology Development Fund
14. Yewande Sadiku: Executive Secretary, National Investment Promotion Commission.
BUHARI APPOINTEES DESIGNATION-2017
1. Julie Okah-Donli, Director-General, National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons
2. Mary Ikpere-Eta, Director-General, National Centre for Women Development.
3. Bayo Somefun, Managing Director, Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund
4. Ahmed Dangiwa, Managing Director, Federal Mortgage Bank
5. Alex Okoh, Director-General, Bureau of Public Enterprise.
6. Abdulkadir Umar, Executive Secretary, Petroleum Product Pricing Regulatory Agency
7. Ibrahim Goni, Conservator-General, National Park Service
8. Nnenna Akajemeli, National Coordinator, Service Compact, SERVICOM.
9. Mr. Adebiyi, Nasir Ladan is the Director-General, National Directorate of Employment
10. Saliu Alabi, Director-General, Michael Imodu National Institute for Labour Studies
11. PJef Barminas, Director-General, National Research Institute for Chemical Technology.
12. Haruna Yerima is the Director-General, Nigeria Institute for Social and Economic Research
13. Sunday Thomas, Deputy Commissioner, Nigeria Insurance Commission; Tunde Erukera, Executive Secretary, Consumer Protection Council
14. Bello Tukur, Secretary, Federal Character Commission.
15. Dikko Abdulrahman, Director-General, National Pension Commission
16. Umar Jibrin, Executive Secretary, Federal Capital Development Authority
17. Folashade Joseph, Managing Director, Nigeria Agriculture Insurance Corporation
18. Cecilia Gaya, Director-General, Administrative Staff College of Nigeria.
19. Luci Ajayi, Executive Secretary, Lagos International Trade Fair Management Board
20. Emmanuel Jimme, Managing Director, Nigeria Export Processing Zones Authority
21. Lanre Gbajabiamila, Director-General, Nigeria Lottery Regulation Commission
22. Jalani Aliyu, Director-General, Nigeria Automotive Design and development Council.
BUHARI APPOINTEES DESIGNATION-2018
1. Okechukwu Ukwuoma Director-general, National Centre for Technology Management (NACETEM),
2. Abdul-Jalil Suleiman Director-general, Directorate of Technical Cooperation in Africa (DTCA),
3. Mojoyi Oluwa Dekalu-Thomas Executive Director (Liability Management), Electricity Liability Management Company (NELMCO)
4. Chinedum Olisakwe-Lawrence-
Executive Director (Corporate Services),
5. Junaid Abdullahi Executive Secretary, Border Communities Development Agency (BDCA),
6. Folashodun Adebisi Shonubi Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria,
7. Banire Muiz Adeyemi Chairman, Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON),
8. Sule Yakubu Bassi Secretary, Nigerian Diaspora Commission,
9. Olufemi Ajayi Oladunni Director/CEO, National Centre for Agricultural Mechanization (NCAM),
Clement Onyeabo Nze Director- General, Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency,
10. Clement Isong Member, Board of the Petroleum Product Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA),
11. David Isho Nyikyaa Secretary, National Salaries, Income, Wages, Commission,
12. Obinna Francis Ogwuegbu Secretary, Special Investigation Panel for Recovery of Public Property,
13. Obadiah Simon Nkom Director-General/CEO, Nigeria Mining Cadastre Office
BUHARI APPOINTEES DESIGNATION-2019
. Nigerians Communications Commission (NCC)
(a) Prof. Adeolu Akande (South West) replaces Senator Olabiyi Durojaiye (South West) as Chairman, Board of Commissioners – subject to Senate confirmation
(b) Mr Uche Onwude (South East) replaces Senator Ifeanyi Godwin Ararume (South East) as Non-Executive Commissioner – subject to Senate confirmation.
2. The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA)
(a) Dr Abubakar Sa’id replaces Prof. Adeolu Akande as Board Chairman
(b) Dr Habibu Ahmed Imam (North West) replaces Dr Lawal Bello Moriki
(North West)
(c) Dr Mohammed Sa’idu Kumo as Board Member
3. The Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST)
Dr Ismail Adebayo Adewusi (South West) replaces Barrister Bisi Adegbuyi
(South West) as Postmaster General/CEO
4. Galaxy Backbone Limited (GBB)
Professor Muhammed Bello Abubakar replaces Architect Yusuf Kazaure
5. The Nigeria Communications Satellite Limited (NigComSat)
(a) Architect Yusuf Kazaure replaces Chief Dr George Nnadubem Moghalu
as Board Chairman
(b) Dr Najeem Salam replaces Hon. Samson Osagie as Executive
Director, Marketing and Business Development
(c) Professor Abdu Ja’afaru Bambale replaces Kazeem Kolawole Raji as
Executive Director, Technical Services
(d) Hadi Mohammed replaces Mohammed Lema Abubakar as Executive
Director, Administration
BUHARI APPOINTEES DESIGNATION-2020
1. Mr. Buki Ponle was appointed Managing Director of the News Agency of Nigeria
2. Mr. Nura Sani Kangiwa was named the Director-General, National Institute for Hospitality and Tourism.
3. Mr. Francis Ndubuisi Nwosu was appointed the Executive Secretary, Nigerian Press Council
4. Mr. Ebeten William Ivara, Director General, National Gallery of Arts
5. Mr. Olalekan Fadolapo, Registrar/CEO of Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria
6. Prof. Sunday Enessi Ododo, General Manager/CEO, National Theatre.
7. Mr. Ado Mohammed Yahuza, Executive Secretary/CEO, National Institute for Cultural Orientation
8. Prof. Aba Isa Tijjani, Director General, National Commission for Museums and Monuments
9. Mrs. Oluwabunmi Ayobami Amao, Director General, Centre For Black And African Arts And Civilization.

Are you from the North? if yes then do what the North knows how to do best.

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