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Halima Shehu Temporarily Removed as CEO of National Social Investment Programme Agency (NSIPA)

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In a recent development, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has temporarily suspended Halima Shehu from her position as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and the national coordinator of the National Social Investment Programme Agency (NSIPA). The announcement of her suspension was made during a live broadcast on national television.

The specific reasons behind Halima Shehu’s suspension remain unverified, adding an air of mystery to her removal from the key role. Notably, Halima Shehu had recently been appointed to the position, making the circumstances surrounding her suspension a subject of interest.

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s decision to sanction the suspension highlights the significance of transparency and accountability in leadership roles. The unfolding situation prompts speculation and scrutiny, emphasizing the need for official statements or clarifications regarding the grounds for Halima Shehu’s temporary removal.

The suspension comes with implications for the National Social Investment Programme, and stakeholders await further details or official statements that may shed light on the circumstances leading to this development.


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