- Senator Gbenga Ashafa of Lagos has bagged a key federal appointment
- President Buhari on Wednesday appointed the former Lagos lawmaker as the managing director of the Federal Housing Authority
-The president also appointed former Kano lawmaker as the new Executive Director of Federal Housing Authority
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President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the appointment of Senator Gbenga Ashafa as the Managing Director of the Federal Housing Authority.
This was disclosed by Gawat Jubril, the Senior Special Assistant to Governor Sanwo-Olu on New Media, via Twitter on Wednesday, August 5.
Jubril noted that the appointment is with immediate effect.
Legit.ng had earlier reported that President Buhari appointed former Kano lawmaker Abdulmumin Jibrin as the new Executive Director of Federal Housing Authority (Business Development in charge of Commercial, Corporate and Social Housing).
This was revealed in a tweet by Salihu Yakasai, a media aide to Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano state on Wednesday, August 5.
Yakasai said Governor Ganduje congratulated Jibrin on the new appointment and also thanked President Buhari for finding the former lawmaker worthy of the position.
"H.E @GovUmarGanduje congratulates Hon @AbdulAbmJ on his appointment as the new Executive Director of Federal Housing Authority (Business Development in charge of Commercial, Corporate and Social Housing). The Governor also thanked the President @MBuhari for the appointment," the governor's aide tweeted.
In another report, President Buhari on Wednesday, August 5, held a closed-door meeting with the governor of Katsina state, Aminu Masari, at the presidential villa.
Though details of the meeting were not disclosed, it may have to do with the security challenges in the president's home state, especially banditry that has led to the death of many people.
Speaking to State House correspondents after the meeting, Governor Masari asked leaders of the country not to allow insecurity to overwhelm them.
The governor wants his colleagues in the north-western and north-central states to ensure that the security challenges do not deteriorate further.
He said efforts are being made to address the several threats in the region, assuring that banditry and other forms of criminality will soon be a thing of the past.
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