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Senate President withdraws appointment of media aide

By News Express on 20/06/2019

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•Senate President Lawan
•Senate President Lawan

Nigeria Senate President, Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan has withdrawn the appointment of Mr Festus Adedayo barely 48 hours after his appointment as Special Adviser on Media and Publicity.

In a statement made available on Thursday in Abuja by the Special Assistant to the Senate President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Mohammed Isa, the appointment was rescinded in his best interest.

Part of the statement reads:

“The office of the President of the Senate has reviewed the appointment of Mr. Festus Adedayo as Special Adviser, Media and Publicity to the President of the Senate and decided to rescind its decision on the appointment, and wishes Mr. Adebayo the best in his future endeavours.” (NAN)

Source News Express

Posted 20/06/2019 7:47:17 PM

 

 

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