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Confusion As Wike Sacks 21 FCT Head Of Parastatals, Agencies, Govt Companies

The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Nyesom Wike, has relieved the heads of 21 parastatals, agencies, and government companies of the FCT Administration of their appointments with immediate effect.

The spokesperson to the minister, Anthony Ogunleye, stated this in a press statement in Abuja on Wednesday.

Mr Ogunleye identified the affected heads of the agencies as follows:

Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Abuja Investment Company Ltd
CEO/Managing Director (MD), Abuja Markets Management Ltd

MD/CEO, Abuja Urban Mass Transport Company

CEO/MD, Abuja Property Development Company

CEO/MD, Abuja Technology Village Free Trade Zone Company

CEO/MD, Abuja Film Village International

CEO/MD, Powernoth AICL Equipment Leasing Company Ltd

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MD, Abuja Broadcasting Corporation

MD, Abuja Enterprise Agency

General Manager, FCT Water Board

Director-General (DG), FCT Emergency Management Agency

Executive Secretary, FCT Primary Healthcare Board

Kogi AD

DG, Hospital Management Board
Director, Abuja Environmental Protection Board

Director, FCT Scholarship Board

Director, FCT Christian Pilgrims Welfare Board

Director, Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board

Coordinator, Abuja Infrastructure Investment Center

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Director, FCT Health Insurance Scheme

Coordinator, Satellite Towns Development Department

Coordinator, Abuja Metropolitan Management Council

Mr Ogunleye said the affected appointees should hand over the affairs of their offices to the most senior officers in rank.

He added that appointments into the offices would be made in due course.


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