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Jamoh, NIMASA DG, revalidates APC membership in Kaduna 

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Abiola Seun     |

The Director General Of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr Bashir Jamoh has joined the growing list of members who recently re-validated their All Progressive Congress membership.

He revalidated his membership status at his polling unit, Kofar gidan limamin juma’a. Unguwan juma, zaria City,, Karina,  over the weekend.

Recall that Jamoh was appointed DG of NIMASA on March 10, 2020 after the erstwhile DG, Dr Dakuku Peterside ended his four years tenure.

Jamoh has over 29 years of public service experience. He had served in the Kaduna State Government before transferring his services to the then National Maritime Authority (NMA) in 1994.

Dr. Jamoh was until this appointment, the Executive Director, Finance & Administration in NIMASA.
Prior to that, he was the Assistant Director in NIMASA in charge of Training and Development.
 He had the privileged experience of serving not only in executive management, but also in the operations and administrative departments in NIMASA at management level and brings this knowledge to bear on his new assignment.
Dr. Jamoh holds a Ph.D in Logistics and Transport Management from the University of Port Harcourt, a Master’s degree in Management from the Korea Maritime and Ocean University in South Korea, an Advanced Diploma in Management from the Bayero University Kano, a Professional Certificate in Materials Management from the Institute of Logistics in the UK and a Diploma in Accounting from the Ahmadu Bello University Zaria.
He has attended management courses at the Said Business School, Oxford University, UK as well as the Institute of Public Partnerships in Washington DC, USA.
Dr. Jamoh also holds membership of several professional Associations including the Chartered Institute of Transport and Logistics, Chartered Institute of Administration of Nigeria and Institute of Maritime Economists (Canada).

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