FG sacks JAMB registrar and 16 other chief Executives, appoints new CEOs

 

By

Aderibigbe Olamide.

The Federal government has announced on Monday,August 01,2016,the sacking of Chief Executives of 17 agencies under the ministry of Education.

The announcement was contained in a statement issued on Monday night by the deputy director of press and public relations in the education ministry Ben Bem Goong.

Among the Chief executives relieved of their appointment is the registrar of the Joint admission matriculation board (JAMB),Prof Dibu Ojerinde.

The statement also said the appointments of new chief executives were  immediate effect,precisely from Monday,August 01,2016.

Listed below are the agencies affected and the new Chief executives appointed.

*National university Commission – Prof Abubakar Adamu.

*Nigerian institute of educational planning and administration – Prof,Mrs.Lilian Salami.

*Universal Basic Education – Dr Hameed Bobboyi.

*National Library of Nigeria – Prof Lanre Aina.

  • National Examination council – Charles Uwakwe.

*National Commission for mass literacy, Adult and non-formal education – prof Abba Aladu

*Nomadic Education commission – prof usman Bashir.

*Business and Technical Examination Board – Prof Isioma isiugu-Abanihe.

*Teacher’s Registration council of Nigeria – Prof Josiah Ajiboye.

*Computer Registration council – Afolabi Aderinto.

*National commission for Colleges of Education- Prof Bappah Aliyu.

*Tertiary Education trust fund – Dr.Abdullahi Bichi Baffa

*National teachers Institute – prof Garbage Dahuwa Azare.

*Librarian Registration council of Nigeria – Prof Michael Afolabi.

*National Mathematical centre – Prof Steven Ejugwu Onah.

*Joint admission Matriculation board – Prof Ishaq Oloyede.

*National institute of Nigerian Language – Chinyere Ohiri-Aniche.

The new appointees are expected to report at the office of the Education Minister on Tuesday, August 2,2016 by 12:00 noon for inauguration.

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