Just In: Umar Tata get an International appointment
A philanthropist, former Katsina State gubernatorial candidate and chieftaincy of the All Progressives Congress, Alhaji Umar Abdullahi Tata has been appointed as ‘Peace Ambassador For Africa’ by the International Human Rights Peace Commission.
This is contained in a letter to the appointee by the Department of Foreign Affairs of the Commission dated 19th of October 2019 and signed by the International President and Ambassador At Large of the Commission Ambassador Dr. Fedrite Marrere and Ambassador Dr. Alvin Timothy respectively.
The appointment letter as seen by Katsina Post also read in part: “This person has been recognized and approved to represent the interest of the International Human Rights Commission Globally to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of this position keeping all powers and privileges belonging to the same duty to contribute to the enrichment and preservation of human rights which the other humanitarian programs in order to build a better society and to make the world a better place in total service to humanity and brotherhood.”
Katsina Post also learned that he will serve in that capacity for a period of 18 months according to the appointment letter.