The Deputy National President of Food, Beverage and Tobacco Senior Staff Association of Nigeria, (FOBTOB), Comrade Aderogba Adebayo Taofik, FCPA, and other eminent Nigerians have added another feather to their caps as Fellow Chartered Institute of Local Government and Public Administration .
The special investiture which took place on the 24th June 2022, with a total of 85 fellows invested was held at the National Institute of Policies and Strategic Planning, NIPSS Auditorium, Kuru, Jos, where the recipients are currently on a 10-month study programme for the Senior Executive Course 44 (2022).
Before this new achievement, Comrade Aderogba, FCPA, has distinguished himself in service to the Food, Beverage and Tobacco Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (FOBTOB) in the capacity of National Deputy President.
Founded in 1995, the Institute of Local Government and Public Administration of Nigeria is saddle with the aim of playing a vital role in the development and training of highly qualified manpower for government agencies and public sector. It was later incorporated as the Institute of Local Government and Public Administration in 1996, and was absorbed by the Chartered Institute created by an Act of Parliament. The Institute is a recognised body by law specializing exclusively in Local Government and Public Administration matters.
Recall that February 14th, 2022, CEOAFRICA reported President Muhammadu Buhari approved the admission of the Deputy National President of Food Beverage and Tobacco Senior Staff Association of Nigeria, Comrade Aderogba Adebayo Taofik, FCPA, into the Senior Executive Course 44 (2022) of the National Institute of Policies and Strategic Planning, Kuru, near Jos.
other invested fellows include; Abba Ahmad, Abubakar Baju Aishatu, Adesope Akano Adesola, Ajayi Ebenezer Adeyeye, Akintola Kolawole Najeem, Alaro Abdulrazzaq Abdulmajeed, Alhassan Sadiq Abubakar, Ali Ibrahim Jalo, Aliyu Sani Muhammad, Aniaku Cajethan Nnabuchi, Anka Yusha’u Karimatu, Ayuba-Haruna Rakiya-Tanko, Bako-Aiyegbusi Kuluwa Ladidi, Bala-Keffi Raulatu Ladi, Bello Adamu Abubakar, Bukar Maisiyama Hassan, Chinyere Augusta Nwajiuba, Choji Ibrahim Dinju, Dabit Bulus Tanko, Danladi Abu Abdullahi, Ebong Eyibio Ebong, Garba Raphael Adebola, Gonji Dadoh Kukbol, Gyang Dung Florence, Ibrahim Salihu Galku, Iliyasu Idde Mohammed, Jinadu Abiodun Oluwafemi, Kabir Mohammed Mamman, Kabuk Boman Emmanuel, Kassimu Anderson Abdullahi, Katsayal Umar Adam, Kazeem Olapeju Abdulrazaq, Kpasaba Istifanus Lazarus, Kupan Danlami Amos, Labbo Ishaya Labbo, Lawal Badru Banji, Mahood Bashir, Maigari Peter Piringkwap, Mamman Sambo Emmanuel, Mannir Ibrahim Talba, Mba Frank Emeka, and Mohammed Alhassan Ma’aji.
Others are; Mohammed Khalifa Mohammed, Musa Halima, Nasiru Wowo Dutsinma, Nathan Sabanti Nancy, Ngama Ifeanyi Jude, Nimfel Elisha Cirman, Nnadi Dera Anselm, Nwagwu Uche Clavar, Obi Vitalis Emeka, Obiyinka Omoniyi Sunday, Odoh Cletus Okwuchukwu, Odoh Nwadinkpa Cosmas, Ofurumazi Cyril Yinsoyi, Ogidan Stephen Olusegun, Ojelabi David Idowu, Okey-Uche OlachiNinikanwa, Okwuego Pius Ugochukwu, Olaopa Tunji, Olatunji Ademola Lateef, Oloyede Syvester Olumuyiwa, Omotayo Christopher Ayo, Onwuhafua Elsie Uduak, Oyenuga Bamidele Adewale, Para-Mallam Oluwafunmilayo Josephine, Ihua Ugwushi Bellema, Saidu Umar, Sambo Bello Jaji, Sawyer Ebiye Wisdom, Sekegor Paul Stephen, Suleman Amuda Yusuf, Tanyigwa Kyauta Bulus, Tijjani Engr. Usman, Udaya Fidelis Chukwuemeka, Ugorji Chukwudi Edwin, Umar Emmanuel Musa, Usman Abdulkadir Kadai, Winful Ozavize, Yahaya Sahabo Abubakar, Yakubu Mohammed Bello, Zoaka Deborah, Raphael Adebola Garb, and Chukwuemeka Ujam.
Below are pictures of the colourful event: