Buhari appoints 12-member NEDC governing board

Muhammadu Buhari.

President Muhammadu Buhari.
President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed a twelve-member North East Development Commission (NEDC) governing board.
One of the members includes the Director, the Humanitarian Affairs Department of the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development (FMHDSD), Alhaji Grema Ali.

The President, in a letter addressed to the Senate President, Ahmed Lawan on May 3, 2023, asked the Senate to confirm the appointment of the 12 nominees as members of the Governing Board of the NEDC.

“In accordance with the provision of Part 1, section 2(5)(b) of the North East Development Commission Establishment Act, 2017, I am pleased to present for confirmation by the Senate, the appointment of twelve (12) nominees as tabulated below, in the Governing Board of the North East Development Commission.
“The Senate is invited to note that the tenure of the current Governing Board of the North East Development Commission ended on 7th May, 2023,” Buhari said.

The nominees include: Barr. Bashir Bukar Baale, Chairman, (North East, Yobe), Suwaiba Idris Baba, Executive Director, Humanitarian Affairs, (North East, Taraba), Musa Umar Yashi, Executive Director, Administration and Finance, (North East, Bauchi), Dr Ismaila Nuhu Maksha, Executive Director, Operations (North East, Adamawa) and Umar Abubakar Hashidu, MD/CEO, (North East, Gombe).

Others are Grema Ali, member, (North East, Borno), Onyeka Gospel-Tony, member, (South East), Hon. Mrs Hailmary Ogolo Aipoh, member, (South-South), Air Commodore Babatunde Akanbi (rtd), member, (South West), Mustapha Ahmed Ibrahim, member, (North West), Hadiza Maina, member, (North Central) and a representative from the Federal Ministry of Finance, Budget and National Planning.
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