Buhari reshuffles FHA’s management
President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the re-organisation of the Federal Housing Authority (FHA) management for effective service delivery.
This was contained in a statement signed at the weekend by the Director, Press and Public Relations, Federal Ministry of Works and Housing, Mr. Boade Akinola.
The statement reads: “The objective of the new structure of the authority is to enhance the maintenance of FHA estates across the country, to generate new businesses and jobs in the construction industry. This is in pursuance of the Federal Public Assets Maintenance Policy, approved by the Federal Executive Council (FEC).
“The following departments were created – Estates Services, Housing Finance and Accounts, Management Services, Project Implementation, and Research and Innovation Development.”
According to the presidential approval, the Executive Director, Business Development, Abdulmumin Jibril, moves to the Research and Innovation Development Department, while the former Executive Director, Housing Finance and Corporate Services, Ekpenyong Maurice, moves to the Management Services Department.
The newly appointed EDs include Babakobi Hauwa (Estate Services), Adamu Kure (Housing Finance and Accounts) and Chinonso Sam-Omoke (Project Implementation). Sen. Gbenga Ashafa remains the Managing Director/Chief Executive of the Authority.
The statement added that the expansion of the management of the authority would bring a lot of advantages, including attraction of new investments in the construction of new estates across the country and generation of new jobs and businesses.