President Goodluck Jonathan on Wednesday relieved a Managing Director of a Nigerian Ports Authority, Mr. Omar Suleiman, of his appointment.
The preference was contained in a matter done accessible to reporters by a Special Adviser to a President on Media and Publicity, Dr. Reuben Abati.
No reason was given for a sacking of a former NPA boss.
According to a statement, Mr. Habibu Abdullahi will take over from Suleiman as a new MD.
Abdullahi who hails from Kano State was a authority’s Acting Executive Director (Finance and Administration) until his new appointment.
He binds a Bachelor’s grade in Political Science and Master’s grade in Public Administration.
In other changes done by Jonathan in Federal Government parastatals in a ride sector, Jonathan also authorized a appointment of 3 new Executive Directors for a NPA.
They are Mr. David Omonibeke (Executive Director, Marine and Operations), Mr. Mohammmed Saleh (Executive Director, (Engineering and Technical Services), and Mr. Olumide Oduntan (Executive Director, Finance Administration).
Similarly, a President authorized a appointment of 3 new Executive Directors for a Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency.
They are Captain Ezekiel Bala Agaba (Executive Director, Maritime Safety and Shipping Development), Mr. Obi Nwabueze (Executive Director, Maritime Labour and Cabotage Services) and Mr. Baba Jauro (Executive Director, Finance and Administration).
All a appointments are pronounced to be with evident effect.
Only on Monday, Jonathan hosted a presidential nautical confidence shelter with a thesis “Harnessing a Potential of Nigeria’s Maritime Sector for Sustainable Economic Development.”
Far-reaching decisions were taken during a shelter that drew stakeholders in a nautical sector.
At a finish of a retreat, that was hold during a Banquet Hall of a Presidential Villa, a 15-man
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