Full list as Buhari appoints Adeolu Akande as chairman Nigerian Communication Commission Updated for 2021


Updated: February 27, 2021

Desirous of fast-tracking the targets and mandate of the Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy, President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the following new appointments in the Parastatals listed below:

1.      Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC)

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(a) Prof. Adeolu Akande (South West) replaces Senator Olabiyi Durojaiye (South West) as Chairman, Board of Commissioners – subject to Senate confirmation

(b) Mr Uche Onwude (South East) replaces Senator Ifeanyi Godwin Ararume (South East) as Non-Executive Commissioner – subject to Senate confirmation.

2.  The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA)

      (a) Dr Abubakar Sa’id replaces Prof. Adeolu Akande as Board Chairman

       (b) Dr Habibu Ahmed Imam (North West) replaces Dr Lawal Bello Moriki      

             (North West)

         (c) Dr Mohammed Sa’idu Kumo as Board Member   

3.   The Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST)

       Dr Ismail Adebayo Adewusi (South West) replaces Barrister Bisi Adegbuyi    

        (South West) as Postmaster General/CEO

4.    Galaxy Backbone Limited (GBB)

        Professor Muhammed Bello Abubakar replaces Architect Yusuf Kazaure

5.    The Nigeria Communications Satellite Limited (NigComSat)

        (a) Architect Yusuf Kazaure replaces Chief Dr George Nnadubem Moghalu  

             as Board Chairman

          (b) Dr Najeem Salam replaces Hon. Samson Osagie as Executive

                Director, Marketing and Business Development

  (c)  Professor Abdu Ja’afaru Bambale replaces Kazeem Kolawole Raji as

        Executive Director, Technical Services

(d) Hadi Mohammed replaces Mohammed Lema Abubakar as Executive

       Director, Administration


Femi Adesina
Femi Adesina
Femi Adesina, a Nigerian journalist, is the special adviser on media and publicity to Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari. This is an official statement from him. The headline might have been adjusted.


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