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BREAKING News: Minister of Health Suspends More Top Officials at NHIS...See Full List

Posted by Odinaka on Mon 17th Jul, 2017 - tori.ng

The Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole has approved the suspension of some officials of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) with immediate effect.

 
Prof. Adewole
 
According to a statement from the Ministry of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, the Minister of Health, who had earlier suspended the Executive Secretary of the National Health Insurance Scheme, Prof. Usman Yusuf, has also suspended more top officials of the agency.
 
Those affected include;
 
1. Olufemi Akingbade, the General Manger, Zonal Coordinator South South Zone
2. John Okon, General Manager, Finance Account
3. Yusuf Fatika, the General Manager, Human Resources and Administration
4. Shehu Adamu, the Assistant General Manager, Audit.
 
Also suspended are
 
5. Vincent Mamdam, the Assistant General Manager, Head Insurance
6. Safiyanu Attah – Senior Assistant Officer, Marketing
7. Owen Udo Udoma, Senior Manager, Contribution Management
8. Innocent Abbah, Senior Assistant Officer, Planning Research and Monitoring.
 
According to the statement, the suspension of the officers was based on the “activities of the investigative panel of inquiry and the desire to have an uninterrupted and robust investigation of all petitions at the National Health Insurance Scheme, including security reports on maladministration and mismanagement by officials of the Agency.”
 
The statement said the suspension was to “pave way for thorough investigation.” Adewole urged the investigative committee, “to remain focused, fair and transparent in the discharge of this national task despite the sensation this development has generated.”
 
The Acting Executive Secretary of the scheme, Attahiru Ibrahim, was directed to ensure the immediate implementation of the suspension order.

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