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Osinbajo appoints new heads for PenCom, BOI

Osinbajo appoints new heads for PenCom, BOI
May 27
19:05 2017
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Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has approved the appointment of Olukayode Pitan as the managing director of the Bank of Industry (BOI).

He takes over from Waheed Olagunju who was the MD of the bank.

Dikko AbdulRahman was appointed chairman, governing board of BOI, while Emeka Nwakpa was made chairman, governing board of the Consumer Protection Council (CPC).

Osinbajo also appointed Ali Usman as chairman of the National Pension Commission (PenCom) and appointed Funhso Doherty as the DG of the commission.

Doherty replaces Dikko, who only spent about a month as the head of the commission.

Other appointments were Manase Benga – executive commissioner‎; Zaki Magawata – executive commissioner; Ben Ovison – executive commissioner and Nyerere Ayim – executive commissioner.

Chris Okeke, director of press, office of the secretary to the government of the federation, who announced the appointments, said they were with immediate effect, with exception of those subjected to confirmation by the senate.

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