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Alhaji Farouk Umar Ahmed

FG appoints Farouk Ahmed Umar NAMA’s Director of Safety, Electronics Engineering Services  

FEDERAL Government today appointed Alhaji Farouk Ahmed Umar as Acting Director, Safety Electronics and Engineering Services (DSEES) of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA)

Umar, a 1988 graduate and was until his appointment the General Manager, Special Project Unit, Aminu Kano International Airport (MAKIA).

He had served at top management level in various capacities as Airspace Manager, Minna Airport.

Alhaji Farouk Umar Ahmed
Alhaji Farouk Umar Ahmed

He was also General Manager, Procurement at NAMA Headquarters in Lagos.

He bagged Bachelor Engineering from the Federal University (FUT), Minna; Masters in International Affairs and Diplomacy from the Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria; Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the Lagos State University.

Umar is member, Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (MCOREN); member Nigerian Society of Engineers (MNSE); member Chartered Institute of Administration (MCIA); member, chartered Institute of Supply and Purchase and Management.

Umar’s appointment was officially announced by the government and he is presently the most senior General Manager in NAMA.

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