OrderPaperToday – The All Progressives Congress (APC) has set up legislative screening and appeals committees for its 386 and 1587 aspirants for the Senate and House of Representatives respectively.
The high-level Committees were inaugurated by APC’s National Chairman, Adams Oshiomhole on Thursday.
The regional screening committee chairmen for the Senate include: Senator Ahmed Yerima (North Central), Oserheimen Osunbor (North West), Senator O.A Mamora (South East), Senator Bukar Ibrahim (South West), Senator Ken Nnamani (South South), and Clement Ebiri (North East).
The Senate screening appeals committee chairmen are: M.B Abubakar (North Central), Lucky James (North West), Emmanuel Inwang (South East), Abubakar Jijiwa (South West), Datubo George (South South), Lordrick Eneh (North East).
The screening committee for the House of Representatives aspirants will be chaired by the following: Adoh Ogbuda (North Central), Sylver Timi (North West), Isah Chul (South East), Yamah Esq. (South West), Sharon Ikeazor (South South), Mathew Idaekheme (North East).
The House of Representatives screening appeals committee chairmen are: Bayo Ojo (North central), Lawal Munir (North West), Emmanuel Deeyah (South East), Mike Ogar (South West), Sam Jaja (South South), Lawal Zubiro (North east).
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Damilola is a multiple award-winning Writer, Researcher, and Community/Sustainable Development Practitioner. His interests and experience span across media, academics, human capital development, and strategic planning. Damilola is a Paradigm Initiative Digital Rights and Inclusion Media Fellow. He is the first Nigerian in history to win the blog4dev writing contest organised by the World Bank Group. Also, Damilola's written work on violent extremism and sustainable peace in Nigeria won a PeaceWriteNow prize, presented by the Embassy of Ireland in June, 2018. His works have been published in Nigeria and the United States of America, in English and in French. Damilola has also attended important meetings within and outside the African continent including the 2019 Spring Meetings of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund in Washington D.C, USA and the West Africa Coastal Areas Management Program (WACA) Marketplace in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. He was also a special guest on a panel discussion titled “How creative industry can help to stem fragility,” which was held at the headquarters of the World Bank in Washington, D.C, USA. Furthermore, Damilola was selected as a Champion of Advocacy against extreme poverty and preventable diseases by ONE Campaign in May, 2019. An alumnus of the prestigious Lagos Business School and Federal University of Technology Akure, Damilola Adeniran represents Nigeria in the Youth Transforming Africa Program.

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