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President Tinubu Inaugurates New ICPC,FCSC Chairman and Members


President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has officially inaugurated the new Chairman and members of the Federal Civil Service Commission (FCSC).

The swearing-in ceremony took place during the weekly Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting held inside the State House in Abuja on Wednesday.

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Leading the commission is Professor Tunji Olaopa, who assumes the role of Chairman. Alongside him, Dr. Dauda Jalo, Edet Eyoma, Chamberlain Nwele, Rufus Godwins, and Dr. Adamu Hussein were also sworn in as members of the FCSC.

These appointments mark a crucial step in shaping the leadership of a vital government institution responsible for overseeing the civil service.

The Senate has further confirmed the appointments of Aminu Nabegu, Hindatu Abdullahi, Shehu Aliyu, Odekunle Rukiyat, Princess Sarah Adebisi, and Dr. Festus Oyebade as additional members of the Federal Civil Service Commission.


This confirmation reflects the thorough scrutiny and endorsement by the legislative body.

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This new FCSC leadership officially assumed office on November 30, 2023, following the expiration of the tenure of the previous leadership on November 29, 2023.

The transition ensures a seamless handover of responsibilities, emphasizing continuity and stability within the commission.

In addition to the FCSC appointments, President Tinubu also swore in Musa Aliyu as the Chairman of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC).


This underscores the government’s commitment to combating corruption and maintaining ethical standards in public service.

These appointments signify a strategic move by the government to strengthen key institutions and promote effective governance.

The individuals selected bring a wealth of experience and expertise to their respective roles, contributing to the overall efficiency of the Federal Civil Service Commission and the fight against corruption through the ICPC.

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As the newly appointed leaders embark on their duties, their actions are likely to shape the trajectory of public service and anti-corruption efforts in Nigeria.


The nation watches with anticipation as these officials take on the responsibility of steering these critical institutions toward success and accountability.



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