Aisha Buhari hosts a dinner in honour of new MD/CEO of SunTrust Bank

MD/CEO of SunTrust Bank and first lady

The First Lady, Her Excellency Mrs Aisha Buhari on Sunday hosted a dinner in celebration of the new MD/CEO of SunTrust Bank, Halima Buba at the presidential Villa, Abuja.

Halima, an experienced and financial expert, a seasoned banker with over 20 years of experience in both the private and public sector, and one of the First Lady ally was appointed the MD/CEO of SunTrust Bank on 20th January, 2020.

New MD/CEO of SunTrust Bank and First lady
Those in attendance at the dinner includes the Chairman of Presidential Advisory Committee for the Elimination of Drug Abuse, and Former Military Governor of Lagos, General Buba Marwa, Sen. Binta Masi Garba and other well-wishers.

New MD/CEO of SunTrust Bank, Senator Binta and other well wishers


As of today, Buba is the only MD and first female MD of any Bank and Financial Institutions from the North.

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Coronavirus: Stop unnecessary detention; IGP to Police Officer

The Nigeria Police on its part to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic issued a directive to Police officers to avoid unnecessary detention

The Inspector-General of Police, Muhammed Adamu said only serious cases of armed robbery, terrorism, and related cases should warrant detention

The IGP also charged all Zonal Assistant Inspector General of Police and Commissioners of Police nationwide to assure social restriction orders to curtail the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic in the country.

Inspector General of Police, stop unnessary detention

The statement issued by the IGP on Sunday, March 22, through the police spokesman, DCP Frank Mba directed that all valid orders given in according to the containment efforts on the viral disease are strictly enforced within their areas of jurisdiction.

He reiterated that detention of suspects must be reduced to the barest minimum, stressing that only very serious cases such as terrorism, armed robbery, homicide, and other non-bailable offences should warrant detention.

The police boss further directed that adequate measures be emplaced to screen persons to be committed into police custody.

Also, in compliance with the federal government’s directive that all tertiary institutions be shut, the IGP has ordered the immediate closure of the Nigeria Police Academy as well as all police primary and secondary schools nationwide.

Buhari’s daughter self-isolated after returning from the United Kingdom

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