- President Muhammadu Buhari makes sure that the nation’s situation is well organized and coordinated before leaving office.
- A few weeks before the 2023 general election, Buhari made a crucial appointment at the Federal Internal Revenue Service (FIRS).
- Four months before the expiration of his term, the Nigerian leader appointed Mr. Lawal Sani Stores to the FIRS Board.
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President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed Mr. Lawal Sani Stores to the Board of the Federal Internal Revenue Service (FIRS).
The appointment was contained in a statement issued in Abuja on Monday, January 9, by Mr. Tanko Abdullahi, Special Adviser on Media and Communications to the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Ms. Zaina Ahmed.
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Stores will replace Mr. Ado Danjuma, who represented the North West Zone, and was recently appointed CEO of Nigeria Security Printing and Minting Company Limited, the Vanguard report confirmed.
According to the statement, the replacement became necessary to fill the void created by Mr. Ado’s departure.
The new FIRS board member has 30 years of work experience and has been exposed to relevant courses and training on capital market management, operations and regulations, the Leadership report added.
It was also said that he attended various leadership courses locally and internationally.
Mr. Stores has been on the Boards of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC); Collegiate Institute of Stock Brokers (CIS); Trustees of Greenwich Limited; and the National Pensions Commission (PenCom).
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With weeks to go until 2023 election, Buhari makes crucial NDIC board appointments
President Muhammadu Buhari approved the reconstitution of the board of the Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) on Monday, January 9.
Buhari also approved the appointment of some new members and the reappointment of some existing members on the board.
The Ministry of Finance, Budget and National Planning explained in a statement on Monday that the new appointments and reappointments of the NDIC board were necessary “to avoid a vacuum, ensure the smooth running of the corporation and ultimately increase confidence of stakeholders and customers within the financial sector. and banks of the national economy”.
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Meanwhile, the boss, Air Marshal Oladayo Amao, has approved new appointments and redeployments in the Nigerian Air Force.
This was announced in a statement issued this Wednesday in January by Joel Abioye, director of public relations and information.
While congratulating the new appointees, the Chief of the Air Force urged them to be firm in the performance of their duties.