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Minister of Power sacks TCN MD, installs Abdulaziz as replacement

The Minister of Power, Mr Mamman Sale, on Tuesday announced the sack of Mr Usman Mohammed, as the Managing Director of Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) with immediate effect.

Mr Usman Mohammed, the sacked Managing Director of TCN [This Day]

The minister also announced other major changes at the TCN, including the appointment of Mr Sule Abdulaziz, as his replacement in acting capacity.

Sale also confirmed the appointment of four directors who have been on acting position in the company.

They are: Mr Victor Adewumi as Executive Director, Transmission Services Provider; Mr M Lawal, Executive Director, Independent Systems Operator; Mr Ahmed lsa-Dutse, Executive Director, Finance & Accounts; and Mr Justin Dodo, Executive Director, Human Resources & Corporate Services.

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The minister said that all the changes/appointments had been approved by President Muhammadu Buhari.

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