The President tasked all new aides serving in the Media and Publicity directorate to uphold the highest standards of decorum and decency in their engagements with all members of the public.
President Bola Tinubu has approved the appointment of five new aides to serve in the Media and Publicity Directorate of the Office of the President.
A statement issued by the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Ajuri Ngelale, on Monday, said that the new appointments are with full respect for the tenets of Nigeria’s federal character principle and the supremacy of merit.
The new appointees are Linda Nwabuwa Akhigbe who is to serve as the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Strategic Communications, Fela Durotoye – the Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Values and Social Justice, Fredrick Nwabufo – Senior Special Assistant to the President on Public Engagement.
Other appointees are, Aliyu Audu – Special Assistant to the President on Public Affairs, and Francis Adah Abah will serve as Personal Assistant to the President on Special Duties.
The Presidential spokesman in the statement said, “President Tinubu has further approved the secondment of Mrs. Linda Nwabuwa Akhigbe to serve as the Communications Adviser to the President of the ECOWAS Commission.
“The President tasks all new appointees who are serving in the Media & Publicity directorate to uphold the highest standards of decorum and decency in their engagements with all members of the public as they advance the President’s determined bid to renew the hope of Nigerians in a restructured economy and unified society that caters sufficiently to the needs of all, regardless of any differences.”
Until her appointment, Linda Akhigbe was a staff of Channels Television.