The defunct Presidential Campaign Council Congratulates Chief Barrister Okoi Obono-Obla

Barrister Okoi Obono-Obla (Left) 

The defunct APC Presidential Campaign Council has congratulated Chief Okoi Obono-obla on his recent appointment as the Special Assistant to the President on Prosecution and on his nomination as Non-Executive Commissioner (South/South) for the Nigerian Communications Commission.

In a congratulatory message signed by all members of the Committee including the Minister of Interior, Lt Gen AB Dambazau (Rtd); Minister of Defence, Brig Gen Dan Ali (Rtd), and Director General of the SSS, Lawal Daura wrote thus:

“On behalf of the members of the Defunct Security Committee and States’ Security Coordinators of APC Presidential Campaign Council, we the undersigned heartily congratulate you and your family on your appointment as Special Adviser to the President on Prosecution Matters and Commissioner National Communications Commission (NCC).”

“This appointment is by all means God’s will fulfilled. Your appointment, as Special Adviser to the President and Commissioner NCC is as a result of your faith in the CHANGE agenda of this Government. We consider your persistent hard-work and proven integrity in all previous Party assignments at the national level since the times of ANPP, the CPC and APC as a plus for these onerous tasks. The leadership qualities you exhibited in the past, during the Defunct Security Committee of APC Presidential Campaign Council’s sittings, especially your intervention on legal issues, did not only prove your worth as a first class lawyer, but must have formed the basis in your choice for these appointments. We are individually and collectively proud of you and we look forward to a very inspiring support to the Government in all aspects of judicial processes, particularly the fight against corruption. It is a war that must be won, and you are one of the legal gladiators that will fight the judicial war of this Administration.”

“May God in his infinite mercy grant you the wisdom, strength of character, guard and guide you in your role performance, at this critical time of our national life.”

Signed:
Lt Gen AB Dambazau (Rtd)
Maj Gen SU Abdulkadir (Rtd)
Maj Gen India Garba (Rtd)
Umar Maaji Jalingo CP (Rtd)
AIG Abubarkar A Maikano
Chief Ezekiel Afunkunyu
Brig Gen Sale Bala (Rtd)
Brig Gen MD Yusuf (Rtd)
AIG MA Indabawa CP (Rtd)
Col MS Mohammed (Rtd)
Col MM Santuraki (Rtd)
Col GN Ahmed (Rtd)
Lt Col MS Idde (Rtd)
Alhaji Hamisu Yaro
Brig Gen Dan Ali (Rtd)
CP Akeremale (Rtd)
Major S Onyekwe (Rtd)
Maj Gen AM Jibrim (Rtd)
AIG Lawal Bawa (Rtd)
Maj Gen CS Eze (Rtd)
Brig Gen NA Iman (Rtd)
Air Cdre B Bamfa (Rtd)
Barr Ismail Ahmed
Dr Ahmed  Abubakar
AIG  Abdulwahab Abdulraham
Capt Ahmed Adamu Ciroma (Rtd)
GP Capt Kundil (Rtd)
Maj Gen Garba Audu (Rtd)
Col MB Adamu (Rtd)
Col Hamid Ali (Rtd)
Air Cdre Benard Bamfa(Rtd)
Lawal Daura
DC Dan Mallam (Rtd)
DIG A Marvel (Rtd).

Chief Okoi Obono-obla thanked the delegation as led the Director General of SSS and Minister for Interior Affairs for finding time from their busy schedule to come and congratulate him. He promised the delegation that  he will not disappoint them, and that the fight against corruption must be carried to a logical conclusion. He also encouraged the delegation to be Ambassadors of the fight against corruption. He concluded that he is very happy and thankful to Mr President for the new appointment as a Non Executive Commissioner (S/S). Promises to pursue necessary reforms in that commission.

Ifere Paul (SA Media)

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