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Ovation, Excitement as Experienced Engr Ezeh Set to Lead FCT Civil Service Commission with integrity, efficiency

Ovation, Excitement as Experienced Engr Ezeh Set to Lead FCT Civil Service Commission with integrity, efficiency

The recent appointment of Engr. Emeka Muomah Ezeh as the pioneer chairman of the FCT Civil Service Commission has been met with praise and excitement from many quarters.

Ezeh’s impressive track record, including over 40 years of experience as a civil engineer and procurement expert, has led to high expectations for his tenure as chairman.

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The appointment is seen as a wise decision by the presidency, as Engr Ezeh is considered a capable and qualified individual for the role.
The new commission will consist of six commissioners, who will work alongside Ezeh to ensure the effective and efficient functioning of the FCT civil service.

The commissioners represent the six geopolitical zones of Nigeria, with Miskoom Alexander Naantuam representing the North-Central, Hon. Jide Jimoh representing the South-West, Mohammed Magaji Ibrahim representing the North-East,

Hon. Ahmed Mohammed representing the North-West, Chief Anthony Okeah representing the South-South, and Barr. Martin Azubike representing the South-East.

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Ezeh’s appointment is a significant one, as it represents the culmination of a long and successful career in public service.

Ezeh’s previous role as Director-General of the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) from 2009 to 2014 was particularly notable, as he oversaw significant reforms and cost savings for the Nigerian government during this time.

As head of the BPP, Engr Ezeh worked to improve transparency and efficiency in public procurement, and his efforts were widely praised.

In addition to his work at the BPP, Engr Ezeh has held various other leadership roles in the public sector, including the president of Nigerian society of Engineers.

Engr Ezeh became the DG of the BPP on acting capacity in 2007 when it was established and was later confirmed in 2009.

Its a well known fact that from 2009 till 2014, especially for projects that go to the Federal Executive Council (FEC), the BPP under Engr Ezeh saved over 658 billion naira for Nigeria.

Engr Ezeh’s appointment as the pioneer Chairman of the FCT Civil Service Commission is viewed as a positive move by many because Ezeh has a wealth of experience in the public sector,

including his role as Director-General of the BPP, where he led reforms and cost savings for the Nigerian government.
The six commissioners who will work alongside Ezeh represent the six geopolitical zones of Nigeria.

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Engr Ezeh’s appointment is seen as a culmination of his successful career in public service.
Under Ezeh’s leadership, the BPP saved over 658 billion naira for Nigeria through increased transparency and efficiency in public procurement.
It is clear that Ezeh has a long and impressive history of public service, and his appointment to this new role is seen as a positive step forward for the FCT Civil Service Commission.

In addition to his qualifications, Engr Ezeh is also known for his integrity, honesty, and commitment to the principles of good governance.