Abuja gets new solicitor general

Bala Mohammed, FCT Minister

Ibrahim Abdullahi has worked for the FCT since 1987.

The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Bala Mohammed on Tuesday approved the appointment of Ibrahim Abdullahi as the new Solicitor General of the Nigerian capital, Abuja.

In a statement signed by the Chief Press Secretary to the minister, Muhammad Sule, Mr. Abdullahi, an indigene of Okene, Kogi State joined the FCT Administration in 1987; and until his appointment was the Director, Advisory Services in the FCT Legal Services Secretariat.

The Minister noted that the office demands a lot of personal initiatives, maturity and professional competence and advised Mr. Abdullahi to exhibit a high sense of dedication, diligence and hard work in the discharge of his new responsibilities.

The former Solicitor General of the FCT, Helen Oloja, retired voluntarily from services of the Abuja Administration on April 16.

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