The Director General Global Awareness for Public Safety Foundation, GAPS, Apostle Chuks Alozie, has thanked President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for appointing Mohammed Abu Ibrahim as the new Executive Secretary and CEO of National Agricultural Development Fund, NADF.
These was contained in a message signed by the GAPS Foundation DG in Abuja, where he described the appointment of Mohammed Abu Ibrahim as timely in view of food shortages currently facing the world, including Nigeria and requires experienced, vibrant and energetic youth to head the nations Agricultural Development Funds and improve access to funds aimed at boosting Agricultural production in Nigeria.
According to the message “Mohammed Abu Ibrahim’s appointment has demonstrated President Tinubu’s love for youth to contribute their quoter in the Renewed Hope Agenda of the present administration”.
He congratulated the new NADF boss and urged him to explore his professional Accounting coupled with his wide experience in Leadership Management, Agricultural Technology solution and Agricultural Finance in stirring the sheep of NADF to a greater height and for the benefit of Nigerians.
Apostle Chuks Alozie, also wishes the new NADF boss well in office as he plays critical role in supporting agriculture and providing funds geared towards improving food sufficiency in the country.
Mohammed Abu Ibrahim is a certified Agricultural Finance and Banking expert,an Alumnus of the Harvard Kennedy School, Fellow of Aspen Institute Leadership Initiative for Africa, he obtained his first degree in accountancy from the University of Jos.