Former Governors Forum appoints Ngige as Key Adviser

The Executive Committee of the Former Governors Forum Advisory Board has appointed the Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, as its  “ Key Adviser”.

In a letter dated July 29, 2020, the Forum’s decision was “unanimous” based on Ngige’s pedigree “ not only as a former governor but equally a respected elder statesman with the passion for  the promotion of the unity of Nigeria,” a factor it describes as  the board’s “ key objective.”

A statement by Ngige’s Media Office said that the letter signed by its Chairman and the former Governor of Niger State, Muazu Babangida Aliu, and Secretary, Professor Tunde Esan, further said that Ngige’s role as an adviser will be invaluable in the development of good qualities in emerging leaders across Nigeria.

The statement noted that one of the key objectives of the forum is the development of a body of experienced and patriotic Nigerians that provide resource platform for the emergence of selfless leaders, that will make appropriate input for the peace and prosperity of the nation at all times.

The forum is a body of former governors elected into office since 1979.      

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