Tinubu Revokes Appointment Of Imam Kashim As FERMA Chairman

By Bashir Ishaq Muhammad

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has directed the withdrawal of the nomination of Engr. Imam Kashim Imam who was just recently appointed to serve as the Chairman Board of Directors of the Federal Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA).

Reports says the appointment of Mr Imam Kashim, a 24-year-old fresh graduate was decided to be revoked, as it generates criticism across the country.

Chief Ajuri Ngelale, Special Adviser to the President (Media and Publicity), in a statement on Thursday announced that the president had therefore revoked the appointment.

“The President’s withdrawal of the above-mentioned nomination is directed with immediate effect. All other appointments to the Board and Executive Management team of FERMA are not affected by this directive,” the statement read.

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Recall that previously the same thing was happened to Maryam Shetty, a Tinubu’s 44-years old ministerial nominee from the ancient city of Kano, who after her nomination, the president later on replaces her with same Kano woman, who was a former State Commissioner for higher education during Abdullahi Ganduje’s administration.