Tinubu appoints new AMCON management team, reconstitutes agencies under NCC, Digital Economy


President Bola Tinubu has approved the appointment of a new management team for the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria, pending their confirmation by the Nigerian Senate.

Presidential spokesman, Ajuri Ngelale, gave the names of the new management team as: Gbenga Alade β€” Managing Director/CEO; Aminu Ismail β€” Executive Director; Adeshola Lamidi β€” Executive Director and Lucky Adaghe β€” Executive Director.

β€œThe President expects unflagging dedication, professionalism, and dutifulness from the new appointees so as to ensure that the operations of AMCON are more efficient, transparent, and in consonance with his determination to sanitize the nation’s financial system to maximize value and enhance investor confidence in the Nigerian economy,” Ngelale said.

In a related development the President has approved the appointment of the following qualified Nigerians to serve in agencies under the Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy:


(1) Abraham Oshadami β€” Executive Commissioner, Technical Services

(2) Rimini Makama β€” Executive Commissioner, Stakeholder Management

(3) Opeyemi Dele-Ajayi β€” President/CEO, Digital Bridge Institute


(1) Abiodun Attah β€” Executive Director, Technical Services

(2) Aisha Abdullahi β€” Executive Director, Finance & Administration

(3) Jaiyeola Awokoya β€” Executive Director, Marketing & Business Development


(1) Ibrahim Adepoju Adeyanju β€” Managing Director/CEO

(2) Mohammed Sani Ibrahim β€” Executive Director, Finance & Corporate Services

(3) Olusegun Olulade β€” Executive Director, Customer Centricity & Marketing

(4) Olumbe Akinkugbe β€” Executive Director, Digital Exploration & Technical Services.

β€œWith the reconstitution of the management teams in these agencies, President Tinubu anticipates that these seasoned professionals will deliver excellent service to elevate the impact of the digital economy sector on the socio-economic development of the nation,” Ngelale added.