Tinubu Withdrew The Appointment of Engr. Kashim as Ferma Chairman

By Mohammed Bello Doka

In a surprising turn of events, President Bola Tinubu has decided to withdraw the nomination of Engr. Imam Kashim Imam for the prestigious position of Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Federal Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA). This announcement was made through a press release issued by Chief Ajuri Ngelale, the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity.

The President's decision to withdraw the nomination takes effect immediately and comes as a shock to many who were expecting Engr. Imam Kashim Imam to assume the leadership role at FERMA. The reasons behind this sudden change of plans have not been disclosed, leaving room for speculation and conjecture.

It can be recalled that the appointment of the 24 year old who was virtually unknown within the APC circle has generated widespread reactions from various quarters within the party with many faulting the party's poor reward system. 

It is important to note that while Engr. Imam Kashim Imam's nomination has been rescinded, all other appointments to the Board and Executive Management team of FERMA remain unaffected by this directive. This indicates that the President's decision is specific to the chairman position and does not extend to other key roles within the agency.

The withdrawal of this nomination marks an unexpected twist in the unfolding narrative at FERMA. As the nation eagerly awaits further clarification on the reasoning behind this decision, it remains to be seen who will now take up the position of Chairman of the Board of Directors at FERMA.

As the situation develops, the public will undoubtedly be looking to President Bola Tinubu for further information and insight. In the meantime, the attention now shifts to the appointment of a new nominee for the highly coveted position at FERMA and the potential impact this decision will have on the agency's future direction and objectives.

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