On Thursday, 13th of April, 2017 President Buhari appoints Architect Ahmed Dangiwa as the new Managing Director, Federal Mortgage Bank (FMB) and other Chief Executive for 23 federal agencies.
PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has approved appointments of new chief executives for 23 Federal Government Agencies, with Architect Ahmed Dangiwa as the new Managing Director, Federal Mortgage Bank (FMB).
KATSINA POST is able to penned down some 5 facts we all should know about him.
1. He is from Daura Zone:
KATSINA POST checks revealed that Architect Ahmad Dangiwa hails from Kankia Local government of Katsina. As we all know Kankia together with 10 other local government made up Daura zone from which the President himself comes from.
2. He contested for Daura Zone Senatorial seat in 2015:
He contested for the Daura Zone Senatorial seat in the 2015 general elections but was defeated during the primary election by the current Senator Mustapha Bukar.
3. He was the APC interim chairman:
After the merger of the defunct CPC, ANPP, CAN and part of APGA that gave birth to APC back in 2013, Architect Musa Dangiwa held the position of the Chairman of the APC Interim Management committee that spearhead the election of the party executives.
4. He is a ‘big’ contractor of the current Masari’s administration:
Being an architecture by profession, Architect Dan Giwa owns one of the biggest construction companies in Katsina State and he is ‘allegedly’ the biggest contractor of the current Governor Masari’s led administrator.
His construction company is ‘allegedly’ the one carrying out all the construction and renovation of the State’s general hospitals.
5. He declined to serve in Masari’s administration:
Sometimes last year when KATSINA POST penned him down among some of the possible contenders of Chief of Staff post following the appointment of Dr. Umar Dikko Radda, he wrote to us that he is not ‘interested’.
He further informed us that he had prior to that, been given the appointment of a Commissioner and the Chief of Staff but he outrightly declined.