Aftermath Of Tsunami: FG Appoints New Director of Finance, Business Development For FAAN
Barely few days after the sacking of some directors and general managers in the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), the Federal Government has appointed two new directors for the agency.
The newly appointed directors are Mrs. Nike Aboderin, who was appointed Director of Finance& Accounts (DFA) and Mr. Sadiku Abdulkadir Rafindadi, appointed as Director of Commercial & Business Development (DCBD).
An online statement signed by the Acting General Manager, Corporate Affairs, Mrs Henrietta Yakubu, said Aboderin is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (FCIB).
She holds an M.Sc degree in Banking and Finance of the University of Lagos.
Her over 23years experience in the financial services industry exposed her to both public and private exploits at different institutions including multinationals.
Aboderin is an Advanced Management Programme (AMP) graduate of Lagos Business School.
She also holds a post graduate certificate in Global Strategic Management (GSM) of the Harvard Business School, Boston, USA.
She is married and blessed with children.
Mr. Sadiku Abdulkadir Rafindadi is a 1985 graduate of Economics of the University of Pittsburgh.
He also holds an MBA in Finance of Clark Atlanta University, USA.
He attended Kaduna Polytechnic, where he obtained Certificates in Management Studies.
Rafindadi is a seasoned amiable Manager who started his career as a young officer and rose to the pinnacle through diligence and commitment.
Rafindadi until his current appointment, has worked in several Management capacities in different institutions, including, Phoenix Investment Services and British Petroleum.
At the early stage of his career, he had a stint at the Ministry of Finance, Kaduna state.
He is married and blessed with children.
The management and staff of FAAN welcome the new directors and looks forward to a good working relationship that will add value to the system.
Recalled that some general managers were fired while others were demoted based on fact that they were not properly placed in line with the Civil Service Rule.