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Wike sacks 21 heads of FCT agencies, parastatals



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Barrister Nyesom Wike, Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, has sacked the heads of 21 FCT Administration parastatals, agencies, and government corporations with immediate effect.

Mr Anthony Ogunleye, Director of Press at the Minister’s Office, stated this in a press statement issued on Wednesday in Abuja.

According to the statement, the affected heads of the agencies include:

1. Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Abuja Investment Company Ltd

2. CEO/Managing Director, Abuja Markets Management Ltd


3. MD/CEO, Abuja Urban Mass Transport Company

4. CEO/MD, Abuja Property Development Company

5. CEO/MD, Abuja Technology Village Free Trade Zone Company

6. CEO/MD, Abuja Film Village International


7. CEO/MD, Powernoth AICL Equipment Leasing Company Ltd

8. MD, Abuja Broadcasting Corporation

9. MD, Abuja Enterprise Agency

10. General Manager, FCT Water Board


11. Director-General, FCT Emergency Management Agency

12. Executive Secretary, FCT Primary Healthcare Board

13. DG, Hospital Management Board

14. Director, Abuja Environmental Protection Board


15. Director, FCT Scholarship Board

16. Director, FCT Christian Pilgrims Welfare Board

17. Director, Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board

18. Coordinator, Abuja Infrastructure Investment Center


19. Director, FCT Health Insurance Scheme

20. Coordinator, Satellite Towns Development Department

21. Coordinator, Abuja Metropolitan Management Council

According to Wike’s directive, the affected appointees should hand over the affairs of their offices to the most senior officers in rank.


He went on to say that appointments for the offices would be made by the Wike-led FCTA in due course.

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