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The federal government has appointed substantive directors to replace the over 38 directors recently sacked from the aviation agencies.

According to the statement which emanated from the ministry of aviation and aerospace development, “the sack came in line with the Renewed Hope Agenda of Mr. President Bola Ahmed Tinubu”

According to the list released by the Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development, Festus Keyamo  those appointed across the aviation agencies are as follows:

Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority:

1 Mr Horatius Egwa, a foremost aviation journalist, the director in charge of special duties

2 Engineer Balang Godwin as the director, aerodrome and airspace standards,

3 Yinka Boboye as director, Air Transport regulations,

4 Captain Donald Spiff, director of operations, licensing and training,

5 Michael Achimugu, director public affairs and consumer protection,

6 Omogo Bernard Onwe Chinedu, director, AVSEC regulations,

7 Olufemi Odukoya, director finance and accounts,

8 Engineer Victor Goyea, director, airworthiness standards,

9 Barrister Mary Tufano, director legal services,

10 Anastasia Gbem as director, Human Resources and administration

11 Rebecca Eyiuche Aghadinazu as director, corporate services.

NIGERIAN METEOROLOGICAL AGENCY (NIMET) are as follows:

1 PROF VINCENT EZIKORNWOR WELI DIRECTOR, WEATHER SERVICES

2 PROF ODJUGO PETER AKPODIOGAGA OVUYOVWIROYE DIRECTOR, RESEARCH AND TRAINING

3 ONYEGBULE GLORY AMARACHI DIRECTOR, APPLIED METEOROLOGICAL SERVICES

4 ABDULKAREEM HAMID OLAYINKA DIRECTOR, ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL SERVICES

5 FUNKE ADEBAYO AROWOJOBE DIRECTOR, PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND CONSUMER PROTECTION

6 SHOLA GABRIEL DIRECTOR, LEGAL SERVICES/ COMPANY SECRETARY

7 NASIRU SANI DIRECTOR, HUMAN RESOURCES AND ADMINISTRATION

8 ALEX AKOJI YUSUF DIRECTOR, FINANCE AND ACCOUNTS

9 AIRIOHUODION HENRY OMONZOJIE DIRECTOR, CORPORATE SERVICES.

NIGERIAN AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT AGENCY (NAMA)

1 MUONEMEH NDUBUISI LOTENNA DIRECTOR, FINANCE AND ACCOUNTS

2 JOHN TAYO DIRECTOR, OPERATIONS

3 ABIMBOLA LADIPO DIRECTOR, HUMAN RESOURCES AND ADMINISTRATION

4 ENGR IJEOMA IHENACHOR DIRECTOR, SAFETY ELECTRONIC AND ENGINEERING SERVICES

5 RITA ISEMIUHONMON EGBADON DIRECTOR, LEGAL SERVICES/COMPANY SECRETARY

6 ABDULAHI MUSA DIRECTOR, PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND CONSUMER PROTECTION

7 ABBA AHMAD DIRECTOR, SPECIAL DUTIES

8 IBRAHIM ALIYU DIRECTOR CORPORATE SERVICES

NIGERIAN SAFETY INVESTIGATION BUREAU (NSIB)

1 ENGR ABDULAHI BABANYA DIRECTOR, ENGINEERING SERVICES

2 ODITA FRANCIS ISIOMA DIRECTOR, OPERATIONS

3 ENGR NWOBU PATRICK DIRECTOR, TRANSPORT INVESTIGATION

4 ESOSA EREMWANARUA DIRECTOR, LEGAL SERVICES/ COMPANY SECRETARY

5 ENGR LAWAL ABDULMUMIN DIRECTOR, HUMAN RESOURCES

6 MRS BIMBO OLAWUNMI OLADEJI DIRECTOR, PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND CONSUMER PROTECTION

7 DR MRS OKUNDAYE-OKE ITOHAN FOLAKE DIRECTOR, FINANCE AND ACCOUNTS

8 BARO HENRY MINABOWANRE DIRECTOR, CORPORATE SERVICES

FEDERAL AIRPORTS AUTHORITY OF NIGERIA (FAAN)

1 ENGR. MUNIRU ADEJARE ABIOLA DIRECTOR, ENGINEERING SERVICES

2 CAPT. ABDULLAHI MOHMOOD DIRECTOR, AIRPORT OPERATIONS

3 AYODELE OLATIREGUN DIRECTOR, FINANCE AND ACCOUNTS

4 LUQMAN OLATUBOSUN ENIOLA DIRECTOR, HUMAN RESOURCES AND ADMINISTRATION

5 IGBAFE AFEGBAI DIRECTOR, AVIATION SECURITY SERVICES

6 MRS BRIDGET GOLD DIRECTOR, LEGAL SERVICES/ COMPANY SECRETARY

7 JENSEN ASABA DIRECTOR, CORPORATE SERVICES

8 OBIAGELI ORAH DIRECTOR, PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND CONSUMER PROTECTION

9 HENRY AGBEBIRE DIRECTOR, SPECIAL DUTIES

10 ADEBOLA JOY AGUNBIADE DIRECTOR, COMMERCIAL AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

11 TO BE APPOINTED SHORTLY DIRECTOR, CARGO SERVICES

According to the statement, all the newly appointed Directors are to get in touch with the Director, Human Resource Department of the Ministry of Aviation and Aerospace Development to collect their letters of appointment as the appointment is with immediate effect.

Also, a new Directorate called the Cargo Services has been created at the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria to ameliorate issues besetting the sector.

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