Heads of Aviation parastatals sacked, new ones appointed

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President Muhammadu Buhari has sacked four heads of parastatals under ministry of Aviation and appointed their replacements on Monday.

Aviation parastatals sacked
Aviation parastatals sacked

TIT ALSO LISTED THOSE his was disclosed in a statement signed by the Permanent Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Aviation, Sabiu Zakari.

The statement said those  relieved of their appointments are Acting Managing Director of Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA), Director-General, Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NIMET); Rector, Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (NCAT) Zaria and; Commissioner, Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB).

 It also listed those appointed as ;

Captain Fola  Akinkuotu as Managing Director of Nigerian Airspace Management Agency(NAMA ) a seasoned Transport Pilot, Flight and Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, Airline Chief Executive and a trained Aviation Industry Regulator. He was also a former Director General of the NCAA.

Professor Sani Abubakar Mashi as Director-General of Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NIMET)  is a Professor of Geography with specialty in Environmental Application of Remote Sensing and is currently a Deputy Vice Chancellor at the University of Abuja

Captain Abdulsalam Mohammed as Rector of Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (NCAT) , is  a renowned Civil Aviation Trainer and Examiner with accreditation by the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority and the Federal Civil Aviation Administration(FCAA)  and  also an alumnus of the NCAT

Engr. Akinola Olateru as Commissioner, Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) is an engineer of international repute and a trained Air Accident Manager and Certified Safety Officer with Aircraft Maintenance Engineering licenses in Nigeria, USA and the United Kingdom

The statement said the appointments of the new heads of parastatal’s takes immediate effect.


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