President Muhammadu Buhari has approved a new board of trustees for the Citizenship and Leadership Training Center (CLTC) to manage its affairs for the next four years.
A statement from the director of the press and public relations unit of the ministry of youth and sports development, Mohammed Manga, on Friday read: “This follows the dissolution of the former board of directors in December 2021 after their term expires.
“The endorsement is intended to put the CTLC on a sound footing to enable it to fulfill its primary mandate of training leadership and inculcating the nationalist ethos in accordance with its enabling statute, Executive Order No. 38 of 1989 .
“The Board of Trustees, consisting of 12 members drawn from the six geo-political zones of the country, Nigerian Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture, the military, the National Society Council women as well as a representative of the Federal Ministry of Youth Development and Sports is composed of the following elements,
“Bello Usman Muhammed, President (North West), Kabir Oniyangi (North – Center), Audu Sabo Dantamas (North – East), Suleiman Dawudu (South West), Daniel Okeke (South – East), Anthony Otega Osigwe (South – South), Hezekiah Oladipo Adedeji (Nigerian Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture), DCP Rashid Afegbua (Nigerian Police Force), Brigadier-General EL Etuk (Nigeria Army),
Commodore Aliu Pindar (Nigeria Navy), Hajiya Lami Adamu (National Council for Women’s Society), Lami Bature (FMYSD Representative).