FCT minister redeploys directors




FCT Minister Muhammad Musa Bello

The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Mallam Muhammad Musa Bello, has approved the immediate redeployment of some Directors in the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA).

The redeployment is to reenergize the respective Secretariats, Departments and Agencies for optimal service delivery to the public.

According to the letters of redeployment signed by Muhammad Bashir, Director, Human Resource Management, FCTA, on behalf of the FCT Permanent Secretary, Mr. Olusade Adesola, mentioned the affected Directors as: – Prospect Chukwuemeka Ibe, a Director of Administration now redeployed to take charge of Admin & Finance, Economic Planning, Revenue Generation and Public Private Partnership Secretariat; Wadata Alhaji Dogo Aliyu Bodinga is now the Director of Traffic Management Department in the Transportation Secretariat; Engr. Ahmed Aliyu Nahuche a Director in the FCTA, now moved to Social Development Secretariat as Director, Department of Planning Research & Statistics; Pawa Justina former Director of Finance & Accounts, Universal Basic Education and has been redeployed as Director, Admin & Finance, Social Development Secretariat.

Others are Nanre Emeje has been moved to the FCT Treasury Department as Director of Budget; Felix Obiora Nwankwo moved to Abuja Metropolitan Management Council as Director, Facility Maintenance & Management; Omoniyi Olaloye Marufu formerly Director, Facility Maintenance & Management and now Director of a new established Department of Solid Minerals & Allied Matters under the Abuja Metropolitan Management Council; while Daniel Salka Audu formerly, Director, Admin & Finance, Economic Planning, Revenue Generation and Public Private Partnership Secretariat, is to now handle affairs at the FCT Water Board as Director, Admin & Finance.

The Administration, therefore, urged the newly redeployed officers to display utmost dedicated and diligence in the discharge of their responsibilities; adding that they should rise to the challenges of their new offices.

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