Nigerian govt appoints new directors for aviation agency NCAA

Murtala Muhammad Airport, Lagos

The Federal Government on Monday approved the appointment of five new directors and one General Manager for the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA.

The NCAA made the announcement in a statement issued by its General Manager, Public Affairs, Sam Adurogboye, in Lagos.

Mr. Adurogboye explained that the appointment was with immediate effect.

He said that those appointed were Edem Oyo-Ita as Director of Air Transport Regulations; Abbas Sanusi, Director, Human Resources and Administration; Adamu Sani, Director of Finance and Accounts; Odunowo Adetunji, Director of Aerodrome and Airspace Standards; Ita Awak, Director of Airworthiness Standards; and Lawrence Kwajok, General Manager, Air Navigational Standards.

The federal government had on Friday sacked all the directors in the agency.

The sacked directors were Salawu Ozigi, Joyce Nkemakolam, Aba Ejembi, Emmanuel Ogunbami, Benedict Adeyileka, Justus Wariya, and Austin-Amadi Ifeanyi.

Two other directors who were sacked on Friday were recalled on Saturday.

Those recalled are Adamu Abdullahi, Director of Consumer Protection; and Ayodele Sasegbon, Director of General Aviation.

(NAN)


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  • Richard Wall

    Great news. No biafrauds among the appointees.
    We dont want any biafraud to be appointed to any post in our great country Nigeria , since they all biafrauds hate us and call us ” monkeys ” , living in the ” zoo’.
    biafrauds should pack up and go back to biafraud.
    Nigeria is for Nigerians , and not for the perpetually bitter and frustrated , nattering nabobs of negativism , and enemies of the state, who call themselves biafrauds.
    Go , and dont let the door hit you on your way out.
    Good riddance to bad rubbish.
    Sai Baba.
    Sai Buhari.
    Sai Nigeria.
    Go to hell biafraud, land of the setting sun.

  • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

    The institutional exclusion of the SE continues making the struggle for Biafra very legitimate. The Igbo have no future in Nigeria so every effort must be directed to the liberation of Igbos from the Apartheid system .

    ALL HAIL BIAFRA !!

    BIAFRA FOREVER !!

    BIAFRA IS GOOD !!