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Delu, NSIPA Pioneer Coordinator congratulates Halima, the new CEO

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Delu, NSIPA Pioneer Coordinator congratulates Halima, the new CEO

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National Social Investment Programme Agency (NSIPA) pioneer coordinator and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Hon. Delu Bulus Yakubu has congratulated Hajiya Halima Shehu who was recently appointed by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to take over the affairs of the agency as the new CEO.

Mrs Shehu took over from Delu when President Tinubu appointed her his Senior Special Assistant on Humanitarian.

According to Delu, she will give Halima the needed support to succeed in consolidating President Tinubu’s vision of renewed hope for all Nigerians through the NSIPA office.

Delu in a Press statement made available to our Yola correspondent called on Nigerians, especially Women folks to rally around Hajiya Shehu to enjoy the dividends packages of democracy under his administration.

Delu thanked President Tinubu for the new appointment and vowed to work around the work of the APC administration under his leadership.

She extended her much thanks also to Dr Betta Edu her immediate Boss for standing by her , and fly together the APC Flag of progressiveness.

She extolled Betta as a woman of leadership influence whose strides of achievements Nigerians will enjoy as she heads the ministry of Humanitarian.

“Working closely with this visionary Women I have the hope of a better Nigeria, she so patriotic to the extent of sacrificing all for the sake and interest of our dear nation. Thank you Ma for being a role model to many young women” Delu added

“I congratulate my sister and I wish her a successful tenure in office. I can’t thank Mr President enough who finds me worthy to serve the nation under his administration. My unreserved loyalty to him and to our great party. ” Delu said

While planning for a proper day for handover, Delu assured Nigerians that the NSIPA is well ready to fight against poverty and improve the living standard of millions of Nigerians.