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FG reconstitutes new board members for FMoT parastatals. 

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Segun Oladipupo

President Muhammadu Buhari has reconstituted the Governing Boards members of the parastatals under Ministry of Transportation.

The parastatals include; Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), Maritime Academy of Nigeria (MAN), Oron, Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT) and the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC).

This is contained in a.press release by the Director of Press and.Public Relations, Federal Ministry of Transportation, Eric Ojiekwe.

The Board members are as follows

Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC)

Lawal Sama’ila Abdullahi – Chairman
Rufai Ahmed Akambi – Member
Usen Ekong Udoh – Member
Otunba Oluseyi Oduntan – Member
Violet Oliatan Williams – Member
Mohammed Allamin Kam-Salem – Member
Hon. Emmanuel Lyambee Jime – Executive Secretary/CEO

Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT)
Hon Ejike Njeze – Chairman
Alh. Amuda Seriki – Member
Mr. Muhiydeen Sani Awwal – Member
Mr. Paul Eluhaiwe – Member
Hon. Gbenga Elegbele – Member
Sen. Tutare Abubakar – Member
Dr. Bayaro S. Farah – Director-General/CEO

iii. Maritime Academy of Nigeria, (MAN, ORON)

Rear Adm. Jacob Adekunle Ajani – Chairman
Alh. Abdullah Nurudeen – Member
Larry Odeh – Member
Commodore D. E. Effedua – Rector/CEO
National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA)
Hon. Binta Masi Garba – Chairman
Chibuike Ikenga – Member
Chief (Dr) George N. Moghalu – Managing Director/CEO
Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA)
Chief Akinwunmi Ricketts – Chairman
Sen. Ayogu Eze – Member
Ghazali Moh’d – Member
Abdullazeez Nyako – Member
Abdulwahab Adeshina – Member
Mustapha Aminu Dutse – Member
Ms. Adenrele Susana Adeshina – Executive Director, Finance
Mohammed Bello Koko – Managing Director/CEO.
The inauguration of the Boards by the Minister of Transportation will be conveyed in due course.

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