It is No longer news that President Muhammadu Buhari has reappointed these three amazing People who have done so much to see that the Programmes under the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) succeed. These three amazing personality reappointed to serve for second term to oversee the affairs of NSIP was as the result of their Performance.
Below are the three amazing personalities:
1) Mrs Maryam Uwais
Mrs. Maryam Uwais, MFR has just been reappointed to serve as the Special Advisor to President Muhammadu Buhari on Social Investments for second term. She is a legal practitioner and human rights activist with over 36 years cognate law practice experience including the Kano State Ministry of Justice, the Nigerian Law Reform Commission and the Central Bank of Nigeria. You can read more about Mrs. Uwais Here
2) Mr. Afolabi Imoukhuede
Mr. Afolabi lmoukhuede is the
Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the President on Job Creation. Mr. Imoukhuede leads the Job Creation Unit (JCU) in the Office of the Vice President and also doubles as the N-Power/Job Creation cluster Lead of the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP).
He is an Accountant and an experienced International Development Consultants with sector focus in construction, real estate and small business development. He is also a certified Project Management and Human Capital consultant with particular emphasis on the Technical, Vocational Education and
Training (TVET). You can read more about Mr Afolabi Here
3) Barrister Ismaeel Ahmed
Barrister Ismaeel Ahmed who has just been reappointed as SSA on Social Investment Programmes to serve for another four years was born and raised in the ancient commercial city of Kano, Barr. Ismaeel graduated from University of Abuja with a Law degree, a Master of Arts in International Relations and Diplomacy from Webster University in the USA, and an LL.M from University of Chicago IL, USA.
He was a member of the defunct CPC that formed part of the APC merger. Barrister Ismaeel contested and won the House of Reps seat in his native Kano in the elections of 2011 but suffered electoral injustice as is common in Nigeria. Ever since, he has kept faith with the struggle of the opposition parties in their bid to rescue the country from the grip of corrupt and incompetent government. You can read more about Barrister Ismaell Ahmed Here