The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has appointed 19 directors and 36 administrative secretaries as part of ongoing reorganisation of the body.
The directors are Mr, Arabambi, A.D., Voter Education, Publicity, Gender and Civil Society and Liaison; Musa H. Adamu, Human Resources Department; Salamatu G. Ibrahim (Mrs), Finance & Accounts Department; Akem Emmanuel, Voter Registry Department; Chidi P. Nwafor., ICT Department; Oladimeji Kayode O., Electoral Operations Department; Bala I. Shittu, Election and Party Monitoring Department; Ogakwu C. Augusta, Legal Services Department; Engr. Moses Udoh, Estate, Works & Transport Department; F.E. Tobi, Audit Directorate; Irene Ngozi Oghuma, Alternative Dispute Resolution Directorate and Ngaladar Shettima, Security Directorate.
Others directors are Ndeche Okechukwu F., Planning & Monitoring Directorate; Isma’ila Moyi Kaura, Stores Directorate; Ishiaku A. Gali, Commission’s Secretariat Directorate; Isa Lawal Wase, Procurement Directorate; Usman F. Usman, Administration Directorate; Osaze O. Uzzi, International Cooperation & Protocol Directorate; and Dr. Ajoku G.N., Health Services Directorate (Ag).
The rest are administrative secretaries. They are Mbanaja, Charles N., Abia; Dominic E.A. Sambo, Adamawa; Uluocha Obi Brown, Akwa-Ibom; Oscar Lee Charles Amaechi, Anambra; E.I. Umenger, Bauchi; Edor Abuon Ofono, Bayelsa; Takumbo Gudu G., Borno; Umobong Okope Debe, Cross River; Owhor Nathan Oviri, Delta; Obijuru Chika R., Ebonyi; T.O. Ongele, Edo; Okore Irokwe, Enugu; Mr. Agboola E.O., Ekiti; A.A. Adamu, FCT; Abdulhamid Buba, Gombe; Dr. Aniemena Chukwudi, Imo; Abubakar Imam M., Jigawa; Nafiu Yusuf Hadejia, Kaduna; Abdurazaq Tukur Yusuf, Kano; Umar Ado Gwaram, Katsina and Bello Magaji Isa, Kebbi. Others are Edwin Ene, Kogi; Nwosu Christain, Kwara; I.J. Itegboje, Lagos; James Dakop D., Nasarawa; Paul Atser, Niger;Atiba D.A., Ogun; Fakorede Ebenezer Ojo, Ondo; Oladapo B. Oladipo, Osun; Mr. Adegbola Rafiu Adebisi, Oyo; Usman Baba Bukar, Plateau; Evuruobi Chinedu, Rivers; Adamu Usman, Sokoto; Salihu M. Yau, Taraba; Ibrahim H. Biu, Yobe; and Ahmed Zogirma, Zamfara.