Obiageli Orah Assumes Office, Takes Over As FAAN DPA&CP, Meets LAAC
Mrs. Obiageli B. Orah has assumed office as substantive Director of Public Affairs and Consumer Protection (DPA&CP), Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), taking over from the former General Manager, Protocol and Passages, Mrs Faithful A. Hope-Ivbaze who doubled as the Acting Director of the Public Affairs and Consumer Protection.
Mrs. Hope-Ivbaze had attained the position as Director of Public Affairs and Consumer Protection in acting capacity due to the exit of the Managing Director and all Directors of the Authority and other aviation parastatals, following the Federal government’s directive that the most senior officer in the department should take over, based on the civil service rules of the federation.
Mrs. Orah is a business minded professional and has served as the Deputy Chairperson of Protocol in Anambra state. Her experience in the medical field and her appointment as a Board Director of the National Directorate of Employment (NDE) has made her a qualified professional.
Mrs. Orah’s work in the National Directorate of Employment (NDE) saw her oversee various community relations projects targeted at improving the lives of indigenes in some communities across Nigeria.
Through several training courses abroad, Mrs. Orah has broadened her horizon and strengthened her analytical and execution skills with unparalleled value-creating abilities.
Mrs. Orah obtained an MSc. Medical Ultrasound from Bournemouth University, Bournemouth, Dorset, UK, and a BSc. (Hons) in Radiography & Imaging from the University of Hertfordshire, UK. She is currently Vice President Association of Medical Ultrasound Practitioners of Nigeria.
Yesterday, January 8, 2024, she met with members of League of Airport & Aviation Correspondents (LAAC) at Saleh Dunoma Centre, Airport Road as part of her strategic familiarization meetings with stakeholders.
She told LAAC that she is ready to work with the league to improve the aviation industry and make Nigerians happy.
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