The new management team of the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), comprising the Acting Managing Director (MD) Engr Sule Abdulaziz and four Executive Directors have been presented with their letters of appointment.
The other management team are Engr Victor Adewumi – Executive Director (Transmission Service Provider), Engr Maman J Lawal – Executive Director (Independent System Operator), Mr Ahmad Dutse – Executive Director (Finance and Accounts) and Barr Justin Dodo – Executive Director (Human Resources and Corporate Services).
TCN, in a statement issued by the General Manager, Public Affairs), Mrs Ndidi Mba, said the appointment is for an initial term of four years.
It said the letters signed by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha, noted that the Acting MD’s appointment is with effect from 19th May 2020, while the four Executive Directors took effect from 27th December 2019.
The Minister had in May 2020, announced the appointment of a new Acting Managing Director for TCN as well as the confirmation of the Executive Directors, who had been on acting capacity.
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