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52 Non-career ambassadors for deployment to missions abroad

Foreign Minister Geoffrey Onyeama has said that the Nigerian government would use the UN General Assembly Forum (UNGA) to seek global support to combat terrorism and increase Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).

The federal government has proposed the deployment of 52 non-professional ambassadors to Nigeria’s foreign missions abroad.

According to the one-page list titled “Proposed Distribution of Missions to 52 Non-Professional Ambassadors” seen by journalists on Monday, a former deputy editor of THISDAY newspapers, Mr. Oma Djebah, will go to Thailand, while another prominent journalist and former editor of The Guardian newspaper, Mr. Debo Adesina, will perform in Togo.

Abia State Candidate Ms Uzoma Emenike will serve in Washington DC as Nigerian Ambassador to the United States of America, while a former Ogun State Minister, Sharafa Ishola, will serve as High Commissioner in the UK.

Another former Lagos state minister, Ademola Seriki, will serve as ambassador to Spain, while Tijanni Mohammed-Bande, Nigeria’s current permanent representative to the United Nations, retains her post.

Women on the list of published non-professional envoys include Folakemi Akinpelu (Oyo) to the Philippines, Opunimi Akinkugbe (Ondo) to Greece, Deborah Illiya (Kaduna) to Congo Brazzaville, and Safiya Ahmed (Kano) to Romania.

Other women are: Modupe Irele (Lagos) a Hungary, Ijeoma Chinegerem (Imo) Ireland, Maureen Tamuno (Rivers) Jamaica, Hajara Ibrahim (Gombe) Malyasia, Zahra Omar (Kwara) Malawi, Monique Ekpong (Cross River) Angola and Eniola Ajayi (Ekiti) Holland.

The full list of the proposed distribution of missions to 52 non-career ambassadors is as follows:

1. Folakemi Akinyele, Oyo, Manila Philippines

2. Mohammed Dansanta, Katstina, Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates

3. Faruk malami yaba, Sokoto, Amman Jordan

4. Opunimi Akinkugbe, Ondo, Athens Greece

5. Adamu Mammani Hassan, Taraba, Hanai Vietnam

6. Baba Ahmed Jiddm, Borno, Beijing, China

7. Goni Modu Zanna, Yobe, Beirut Lebanon

8. Yusuf Yugger, Bauchi, Berlin Germany

9. Baba Modaga, Bauchi, Bern Switzerland

10. John James Akwa Ibom, Guinea Bissau

11. Ahmed Mabarti Kaduna, Brazil

12. Deborah S Kiya, Kaduna, Congo

13. Philip K, Bayelsa, Buenos Aires Argentina

14. Safiya Ahmed, Kano, Bucharest

15. Modupe Irele, Lagos, Budapest Hungary

16. Ijeoma Chinogerem, Imo, Dublin, Ireland

17. Olorundare Aweniyi, Kogi, Caracas Venezuela

18. Hamisu Umar, Kano, Tanzania

19. CO Ugwu, Enugu, Warsaw Poland

20. John Henry, Nasarawa, Free Town Sierra Leone

21. Oma Djebah, Delta, Bangkok Thailand

22. Jazull Imarp Galadima, Kano, Hawally Kuwait

23. Abioye Bello, Kwara, Pakistan

24. Adesina Alege, Oyo, Kiev, Ukraine

25. Maureen Yamuno, Rivers, Kingston Jamaica

26. Omar Sulaiman, Adamawa, Kinshasa DRC

27. Hajara Ibrahim, Gombe, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

28. Zahra Omar, Kwara, Lilongwe, Malawi

29. Julius Adesina, Oyo, Togo

30. Sarafa Tunji Isola, Ogun, London, UK

31. Monique Ekpeng, Cross River, Angola

32. Ominiyi Eze, Ebonyi, Zambia

33. Eniola Ajayi, Ekiti, The Netherlands

34. Yama Musa, Edo, Mozambique

35. Bello Adejare, Osun, Mexico

36. Abdullahi Sheku, Plateau, Moscow Russia

37. Elijah Onyeagba, Anambra, Burundi

38. Tijani Mohammed, Kebbi, New York, United States

39. Adeyinka Asekan, Ogun, Ottawa, Canada

40. Ademola Seriki, Lagos, Madrid, Spain

41. Abubakar Ibrahim, Bauchi, Trinidad and Tobago

42. Kevin Peter, Adamawa, Prague, Czech Republic

43 Haruna Mamta, Niger, Pretoria South Africa

44. Al-Bishir Al-Hussain, Borno, Rabat Morocco

45. Yahya Lawal, Katsina, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

46. ​​Ali Magashi, Jigawa, South Korea

47. Kayode Laro, Kwara, Paris, France

48. Paul Oga Adikwa, Benue, Vatican, Italy

49. Abubakar Marihi, Zamfara, Tokyo Japan

50. Uzoma Emenike, Abia, Washington DC, United States

51. Tarzoor Terhemen, Benue, Windhoek Namibia

52. Yusuf Yumesan, Yobe, Kenya

President Muhammadu Buhari appointed the ambassadors for Senate approval last year, a task performed by the upper legislative chambers that confirmed the nominees in July 2020.

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