Nigeria: Details of Buhari’s Massive House Cleaning

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Nigeria: Details of Buhari's Massive House Cleaning

Over eight months after taking office, President Buhari is still house cleaning. Some DGs and top executives of many parastetals and government agencies had started relaxing, believing that their jobs were not at risk when the ax suddenly fell on them. A total of about 26 parastatals and agencies were affected.

This is the full list of the affected agencies and parastatals:

Nigerian Television Authority (NTA)
Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN)
Voice of Nigeria (VON), News Agency of Nigeria (NAN)
National Broadcasting Commission (NBC)
Petroleum Technology Development Fund
New Partnership for Africa’s Development
Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund
Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board
Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria
Tertiary Education Trust Fund
National Information Technology Development Agency
Petroleum Equalisation Fund
Nigeria Railways Corporation (NRC)
Bureau of Public Procurements (BPP)
Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE)
Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA)
Standard Organization of Nigeria (SON)
National Agency for Food and Drugs Administration and Control (NAFDAC)
Nigeria Investment Promotion Council
Bank of Industry (BOI)
National Centre for Women Development
National Orientation Agency
Industrial Training Fund
Nigerian Export-Import Bank
National Agency for Prohibition of Traffic In Persons and Other Related Matters.

The order takes effect immediately. The President thanked them for their services so far and instructed that the most ranking officials in the affected agencies should run the organizations until substantive heads are named.

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