President Tinubu makes new appointments in communication, innovation, and digital economy Sector..

    In a strategic move to reinforce Nigeria’s commitment to technological advancement and digital economic growth, President Bola Tinubu has announced a series of key appointments in various agencies under the Federal Ministry of Communications, Innovation, and Digital Economy. The appointments, aimed at ensuring continuity and fostering innovation, were officially approved on October 11, 2023.


    The newly appointed and reappointed chief executives who will spearhead transformative initiatives in their respective agencies include:

    1. Aminu Maida – EVC / CEO, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC)
    2. Nkechi Egerton-Idehen – MD / CEO, Nigerian Communications Satellite Limited (NIGCOMSAT)
    3. Kashifu Inuwa Abdullahi – DG / CEO, National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA)
    4. Dr. Vincent Olatunji – National Commissioner / CEO, Nigeria Data Protection Commission (NDPC)
    5. Tola Odeyemi – Postmaster General / CEO, Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST)

    President Tinubu’s vision for leveraging Nigeria’s technological prowess to drive economic growth is further emphasized by the appointment of a new Special Adviser to the President:

    • Idris Alubankudi – Special Adviser to the President on Technology and Digital Economy

    The immediate implementation of these appointments underscores President Tinubu’s commitment to expeditiously harnessing the nation’s digital potential for enhanced financial inclusion and economic repositioning.

    These strategic appointments reflect the President’s forward-looking approach to leadership in the critical sectors of communication, innovation, and digital economy. The newly constituted leadership is expected to drive transformative initiatives and contribute to the realization of Nigeria’s digital and economic objectives.

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