President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the appointment of his Senior Adviser on Women Affairs and Administration, Hajo Sani, as the Ambassador and Permanent delegate of Nigeria to UN Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO).
Mrs Sani’s appointment was announced on Wednesday a few days after her book on the First Lady, Aisha Buhari, was launched in Abuja.
The book, launched on April 9, is titled, “Aisha Buhari: Being Different.”
Her appointment, contained in a statement by the Federal Ministry of Education, came alongside others into key establishments in the education sector.
The statement was signed by the Director Press and Public Relations in the ministry, Ben Goong.
Mr Goong listed the other appointments as: John Enaohwo, a professor, as chairman, governing council of the National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE) and Abdullahi Abba, a professor, as the chairman, governing council, Federal University of Health Sciences, Otukpo, Benue.
The statement also said Idris Bugaje was appointed as the executive Secretary, National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), Kaduna; Benjamin Abakpa as the executive secretary, National Senior Secondary Education Commission (NSSEC), Abuja; Paulinus Okwelle, as the executive secretary, National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE) Abuja and Ibrahim Muhammad as director, Nigerian Arabic Language Village, Ngala, Borno.
All the appointments, according to the statement, took effect March 16.
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