Nigeria’s President, Bola Tinubu has appointed 26 Senior Special Assistants (SSAs) and Advisors.
This was disclosed in a statement issued by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, George Akume.
On the list of the appointees as presidential aides is Moremi Ojudu, first daughter of Babafemi Ojudu, the former Special Political Adviser to Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo as well as Chioma Nweze, an aide to the Minister of Works, David Umahi.
Full list below.
1. Abdullahi Tanko Yakasai – SSA Community Engagement (North-West)
2. Chioma Nweze – SSA Community Engagement (South-East)
3. Abiodun Essiet – SSA Community Engagement (North-Central
4. Moremi Ojudu – SSA Community Engagement (South-West)
5. Abdulhamid Yahaya Abba – SSA Community Engagement (North-East) Bola Tinubu appointment today – Economy (Vice President’s Office):
6. Tope Kolade Fasua – Special Adviser Economy
7. Stanley Nkwocha – SSA Media (Vice President’s Office)
8. Sadiq S Jambo – SA Economy (Vice President’s Office)
9. Dr. Muhammad Bulama – SSA Special Duty (Vice President’s Office)
10. Mahmud Muhammad – Personal Assistant Domestic North-East (Vice President’s Office)
11. Ahmed Ningi – SSA Digital Media and Emergency Management (Vice President’s Office)
12. Musa Amshi Muhammad Al-Amin – SSA Special Duties (Vice President’s Office)
13. Mr. Hakeem Muri-Okunola – PPS (Personal Physician to the President)
14. Usman Dabban – PA Catering
15. Elijah Adeniyi – PA Teleprompter
16. Barr. Yejide Ogundipe – SSA Food Security
17. Abiodun Arogundade – SSA Technical Vocational and Entrepreneurship Education
18. Emmanuella Eduozor – SA Multimedia Content Production
19. Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire – SSA Sustainable Development Goal
20. Princess Atika – Senior Special Advisor to the President on Social Events
21. Yetunde Adeniji – SSA on School Feeding
22. Mrs. Olayinka Oladunjoye – Board member of the National Population Commission
23. Jide Obanikoro – SA Education
24. Yetunde Adeniji – Special Assistant on Women Affairs
25. Dr. Aliyu Modibbo – SA General Duties
26. Hon. Abiodun Yunusa – SA Agriculture.