'Obi Asika, Ali Nuhu' — Tinubu appoints 11 CEOs for agencies under ministry of arts


President Bola Tinubu has approved the appointment of 11 new chief executive officers for agencies under the federal ministry of art, culture, and creative economy.

The appointments were announced on Friday in a statement by Anjuri Ngelale, special adviser to the president on media and publicity.

The appointees include Tola Akerele, director-general of National Theatre; Shaibu Husseini, director-general, National Films and Censors Board; Obi Asika, director-general, National Council for Arts and Culture; Aisha Adamu Augie, director-general, Centre for Black and African Arts and Culture; Ekpolador-Ebi Koinyan, chief conservator, National War Museum; and Ahmed Sodangi, director-general, National Gallery of Art.

Others are Chaliya Shagaya, director-general, National Institute of Archeology and Museums Studies; Khaltume Bulama Gana, artistic director of the National Troupe of Nigeria; Biodun Ajiboye, director-general, National Institute for Cultural Orientation; Ali Nuhu, managing-director, Nigerian Film Corporation; and Ramatu Abonbo Mohammed, director-general, National Commission for Museums and Monuments.

Ngelale said the president mandates the appointees to discharge their duties in accordance with the highest standards of professionalism, diligence, and patriotism to make the creative sector more vibrant and robust.

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