Victor Ndoma-Egba, former Senate Leader, was appointed Chairman of the Niger Delta Development Commission(NDDC).
Mr. Ndoma-Egba, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria from Cross River State, takes over from Bassey Ewa-Henshaw, also from the state.
He was a member of the Peoples Democratic Party until September last year when he resigned from the party following his inability to secure the party’s governorship ticket.
He joined the ruling All Progressives Congress in November.
Mr. Ewa-Henshaw-led Board was sacked by the federal government on July 16, 2015 although it went to court to challenge the action.
Jimoh Moshood, was appointed Deputy Force Public Relations Officer by the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris.
His appointment was announced on Wednesday via a statement by the Force Spokesman, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Don Awunah.
Mr. Moshood hails from Kwara State and holds a B.Sc in Political Science from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna State.
He had also served as the Police Public Relations Officer at the Federal Capital Territory Command.
Until his appointment, he was the Chief Superintendent of Police in charge of the Department of Finance and Administration, FCT Abuja.
Anthony Elujoba, emerged the Acting Vice Chancellor of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife following a selection process conducted by the institution’s senate on Thursday.
Adewale Oluwatayo, a member of the House of Representatives for Ifako-Ijaye Federal Constituency, Lagos State on Wednesday, passed away.
The former Special Adviser to Lagos State Government, was reported to have died in the early hours of Wednesday in Abuja.
Mr. Oluwatayo was a special adviser on Education in Lagos State between 2009 and 2011. Before then, he served as chairman of the state’s electricity board between 2004 and 2007.
Mr. Oluwatayo attended Ilesha Grammar School (1968), University of Nigeria, Nsukka (B.Sc. 1979), Lagos State University (M.ED, 2005), his official citation on the National Assembly website shows.
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