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FAAN chief becomes new ACI Africa president

Posted 26 October 2016 · Add Comment

Saleh Dunoma, the managing director of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), has been elected president of Airports Council International (ACI), Africa region, at the 25th ACI-Africa annual assembly in Maputo, Mozambique.


Dunoma takes the baton of ACI-Africa leadership from Pascal Komla of Togo as the first Nigerian to preside over the 62 member body operating 250 airports in 47 countries in Africa.
Meanwhile the Nigerian government has appointed two new directors to FAAN. They are Nike Aboderin, who was appointed director of finance & accounts , and Sadiku Abdulkadir Rafindadi, director of commercial & business development .
 

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