Buhari reappoints Bashir Ahmad as SA on digital communication
President Muhammadu Buhari has reappointed his former personal assistant on new media, Bashir Ahmad, as the new special assistant to the president on digital communication.
This was revealed in a letter of appointment issued by Federation Government Secretary Boss Mustapha dated July 20, 2022.
According to the statement, Ahmad’s appointment took effect on July 19, 2022.
Confirming his new appointment, the presidential aide took to Twitter on Sunday to thank the president for choosing him for the new position.
” It’s an honor. Thank you Baba @MBuhari, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, for finding me worthy again and again, this time as the Special Assistant for Digital Communications. I will continue to be a good ambassador for your administration, Baba. ‘Al Hamdulillah’!” he tweeted.
Recall that Ahmad initially resigned from his position as the President’s Personal Assistant on New Media following Buhari’s directive that all political office holders seeking elective office must resign.
The presidential aide contested and lost the All Progressives Congress ticket in the primary elections for the Federal Constituency of Gaya, Ajingi and Albasu in Kano State to the incumbent, Abdullahi Gaya.
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