Bible Society appoints new CEO-designate

The Bible Society of Nigeria (BSN) has announced the appointment of Pastor Samuel Sanusi as its new General Secretary, Executive Director and Designee.

The Bible Society of Nigeria (BSN) has announced the appointment of Pastor Samuel Sanusi as its new designated General Secretary / Executive Director.

The manager of BSN, Media and Public Relations, Mr. Benjamin Mordi, revealed in a statement on Saturday in Lagos.

Journalists report that the Nigerian Bible Society is a non-profit interdenominational Christian organization.

It translates the Bible into local languages, publishes, distributes, raises funds for biblical work, and organizes life-transforming programs.

So far, he has translated the entire Bible into 26 Nigerian languages, while the translation review is ongoing in 10 Nigerian languages.

According to him, Sanusi will replace the current Secretary General / CEO, Dr. Dare Ajiboye, who will retire in June 2021.

He said that Sanusi, currently the senior manager of the Society, Church and Public Relations, would officially resume on July 1, 2021.

“He joined BSN on December 6, 2010, as Church / Public Relations Manager. He has also served as Senior Manager – Operations and Programs.

“Before joining the Company, he had worked with Permanentmark Enterprise Limited as Chief Operating Officer between July and November 2010.

“Pastor Sanusi was also a Senior Partner at Mutual Hope CashAccess Limited,” also Mordi.

He has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) obtained from Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu State in 2004 and a Postgraduate Diploma in Management from the University of Calabar, Cross Rivers State in 2001.

He graduated from Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo State with a Bachelor’s degree (BA) in Mass Communication.

Sanusi is a member of several professional organizations including the Nigerian Institute of Management, the Nigerian Council of Advertising Professionals, the Chartered Institute of Stock Brokers and the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations.

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