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Aliyu Modibbo Umar
Mmádu
ụdịekerenwoke Dezie
mba o sịNaijiria Dezie
ụbọchị ọmụmụ ya15 Novemba 1958 Dezie
Ebe ọmụmụȮra Gombe Dezie
asụsụ ọ na-asụ, na-ede ma ọ bụ were na-ebinye akaBekee, pidgin Naịjirịa Dezie
Ọrụ ọ na-arụOnye ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchị, academic Dezie
Ọkwá o jiMinister of the Federal Capital Territory, Minister of Power, Minista na ahụ maka azụmahịa na ụlọ ọrụ Dezie
ebe agụmakwụkwọUniversity of California, Los Angeles, California State University Dezie
Aliyu Modibbo Umar

Aliyu Modibbo Umar (born 15 November 1958) is a Nigerian technocrat who was the federal Minister of State for Power and Steel from December 2002 to May 2003, Minister of Commerce from July 2006 to July 2007, then Minister for the FCT (Federal Capital Territory, Abuja), a post he held until October 2008.[1][2]

Ìhè ndị mèrè n'oge gàrà aga[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Aliyu Modibbo Umar was born of Kumo origin in Gombe State on 15 November 1958.[3][4] He obtained a BA in Journalism from California State University, Long Beach; an MA in African Studies and a PhD in Comparative Education both from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).[5]

His first job was in 1979 as a reporter for the Nigerian Television Authority. Between 1986 and 1992, he worked in the United States, returning to Nigeria in 1993 to take up a position as a lecturer at the University of Abuja. He then moved into civilian administration, working in the office of the Chief of Staff to the President.[4]

Onye isi ala Obasanjo[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Under President Olusegun Obasanjo, Aliyu Modibbo was appointed Minister of State for Power and Steel from January to May 2003.[6][7] In March 2003, he stated that the Federal government had spent N2.2 billion on rural electrification projects in Gombe State.[8] He blamed saboteurs for the frequent power outages during this period.[9] After a Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting in March 2003, Modibbo Umar stated it had been decided to ban imports of toothpicks of any kind, bottled water, biscuits of all types, spaghetti and noodles.[10]

He was appointed Chairman of Peugeot Automobile Nigeria Ltd. (PAN) in May 2003, as well as holding the post of Senior Special Assistant to the President on Research and Liaison.[4] In March 2004 he detailed plans to re-launch manufacture of Peugeot cars in Nigeria, selling them at affordable prices. As chairman of PAN, he resolved the industrial crises between management and Staff of the company which grounded operation in the factory for several years and within 90 days, he turned the fortunes of PAN around. during his tenure as chairman, Dr Modibbo pioneered the first export of made in Nigeria Peugeot cars to other African countries. it was Dr. Modibbo that insisted that Peugeot 307 cars be used for Abuja Taxi scheme introduced by the then Minister of FCT Mallam Nasir El Rufai. Dr. Modibbo also facilitated the adoption of Peugeot 307 cars as taxis in Rivers state under the administration of Dr. Peter Odili as governor of Rivers state. He championed the introduction of Consumer Car Finance Scheme for Public servants in which 15, 000 military, paramilitary and police personnel benefitted from.[11] In September 2004, he stated that Peugeot Automobile Nigeria had started to export to Senegal, Côte d'Ivoire and Cameroon, with an initial delivery of 120 cars.[12]

[13][14] June 2006 á họpụtara yá dị kà Minista nkè Azụmaahịa iji dochie Idris Waziri, á kwadoro yá nà July 2006 mgbè ọ kà bụ onye-isi óche nkè ndị nduzi nkè PAN.[15] kà Minista nkè Azụmaahịa, ọ bụ yá na-ahụ màkà nguzobe Kansụl Azụmaịa Naijiria ná Russia iji kwalite imekọ ìhè ọnụ, imekọ áká ná imeziwanye mmekọrịta azụmahịa n'etiti mbà abụọ áhụ. Ọ webatara ọrụ Commerce 44 nkè ebumnuche yá bụ ịkwalite ngwaahịa ụgbọ 11, ngwaahịa arụpụtara 11, ngwaahịa mineral 11 Siri íke ná ahịa ụwa 11.[16] Machị afọ 2007, mgbe ọ na-ekwu okwu ná ntụziaka gọọmentị nkè Human Capital Development Centre na Ikoyi, Lagos, Aliyu Modibbo Umar kwuru na Naịjirịa kwesịrị iji African Growth and Opportunity Act mee ìhè nkè Onyé ísì àlà US Bill Clinton bịanyere áká ná íwú ná 18 Mee afọ 2000. [1] e mesịrị n'ọnwa áhụ, dị kà ọnụ na-ekwuchitere ndị Minista nkè African, Caribbean na Pacific Group of States na nzukọ ndị minista EU-ACP na Bonn, Aliyu Modibbo kwụrụ ná a ga-eji nlezianya tinyé nkwekọrịta mmekọrịta akụ ná ụba (EPA) n'ọrụ iji zere mmetụta ọjọọ, ọkachasị na mbà ndị dị ná mpaghara Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). [1]

Ónyé ịsị àlà Yar'Adua[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

[6] Julaị afọ 2007, ọnwa abụọ kà á họpụtara yá, Ónyé ísì àlà Umaru Yar'Adua họpụtara Aliyu Modibbo Umar kà ọ bụrụ Minista nkè Federal Capital Territory. [17] mbụ nke ozi yá, a jara yá mma màkà iwebata otú ndị na-ahụ màkà teknụzụ iji dozie nsogbụ nkè mpaghara ahụ.O guzobere kọmitii iji họrọ "Factory FCT nkè afọ" iji kwalite ìhè ọhụrụ ná asọmpi dị mmá n'etiti ngalaba FCT. Ọ malitere ọrụ ọhụụ n'obodo áhụ otú n'ime há bụ Abuja Central District Development nkè á na-akpọkwa Abuja Boulevard. Boulevard bụ ọrụ dị kilomita 6.5 nkè e chepụtara iji nye Abuja City àgwà, klas ná ịdị mmá dị kà otú n'ime ọbọdọ ndị na-emepe emepe n'ụwa. na-agafe Central Business Districts nkè ọbọdọ áhụ, okporo ụzọ áhụ ga-enye ọbọdọ áhụ ụlọ ọrụ ọkaibe màkà azụmahịa, ntụrụndụ, ịzụ ahịa n'okporo ámá ná ntụrụndụ kà. Dr. Modibbo rụkwara arọ Mahadum Ọbọdọ Abuja nkè ga-enye ndị ọrụ nọ ná Abuja City ohere ịga n'ihi ná agụmakwụkwọ há n'enweghị ịpụ ná ébé ọrụ há. Kọmitii ọ malitere màkà ebumnuche á bụ nkè Prọfesọ Pat Utomi bụ ónyé ịsị oche.Ọ siri ọnwụ ná Ọchịchị Íwú site ná iweghachi ìhè karịrị 3,000 àlà nkè e weghaara n'aka ndị nwe yá n'enweghị usoro kwesịrị ekwesị ma ọ bụ ọchịchị iwu. Ụfọdụ n'ime àlà ndị á bụ nkè ndị nnọchi ányá mbà ọzọ. Ná mgbakwunye, ọ tụnyere usoro nchebe siri íke ná FCT nkè mèrè kà ọbọdọ áhụ bụrụ nkè kachasị nchebe ná Naịjirịa n'oge ọ nọ n'ọkwa. Iji mezuo nkè á, ọ hapụrụ Abuja Crime Control Squad (ACCOS) The Initiative mụrụ ntọala nkè G-6 nkè bụ usoro nchebe nkè gbàrà steeti ndị agbata obi nkè Kaduna, Kogi, Nasarrawa ná Benue gburugburu ná ndokwa nchebe jikọrọ áká. Atụmatụ á belatara mpụ n'obodo áhụ site n'ihe karịrị 50% n'etiti July ná June ná 2007/2008 ma e jiri yá tụnyere ógè á na-enyocha ná 2006/2007. Íwú ndị ọzọ á na-aja mmá nkè Dr Modibbo gosipụtara dị kà Minista FCT gụnyere nlekọta n'efu màkà ụmụ nwanyị dị ímé ná FCT. ọ kwụrụ ná 'anyị nọ ná FCT Administration na-achọ inweta ná njedebe nkè afọ ímé ọ bụla, nné nwèrè ahụike ná nwa nwèrè ahụike'. Ọrụ ná íwú ndị ọzọ ọ malitere gụnyere Abuja Downtown Mall nkè bụ iji nye ébé ndụ ọgbara ọhụrụ nkè nwèrè ụlọ ahịa dị n'okporo ámá, ntụrụndụ, ébé obibi, ile ọbịa ná oghere ọfịs ụwa. Ọzọkwa, ọ mèrè kà àlà dị hekta 30,000 màkà mmepe nkè usoro ọrụ ugbo ma webata ahịa Maitama Farmers nkè mbụ. ọzọ ; Abuja Film Village, na okike nkè ogige ntụrụndụ ọhụrụ 5 n'obodo ahụ [1] Ọ kwupụtara ebumnuche yá ịkwalite mmepụta ọrụ ugbo ná FCT "ọ bụghị naanị màkà ... oriri n'ime Territory kamakwa màkà mbupụ ná steeti ndị ọzọ nkè gọọmentị etítì ná karịa". [2][18] Machị afọ 2008, ọ nyèrè nkwado màkà nguzobe Kansụl Cyprian Ekwensi màkà nka ná ọdịbendị.[19] Mèrè afọ 2008, ọ mara ọkwa ná nchịkwa FCT emechaala atụmatụ iguzobe Mahadum Ọbọdọ ná Abuja, na-enye ọmụmụ ìhè ná sayensị njikwa iji nyèrè ndị ọrụ áká inweta nkà.

[20]'ọnwa Juun afọ 2008, á katọrọ yá màkà ịmaliteghachi ịchụpụ ndị mmadụ n'ụzọ íwú na-akwadoghị ná FCT.[21] gbachitere omume yá n'ihi ná á ga-ebibi ébé obibi ndị á na-amaghị ámá n'ihi ịdị adị há mebiri atụmatụ Abuja Master Plan.[22] kwụrụ banyere ọbọdọ ndị dị n'okpuru àlà gburugburu Abuja, nkè ọtụtụ n'ime há enwéghị ọkụ eletriki ma ọ bụ mmírí paịpụ, "Ógè ányị na-agbanwe ma na-ekwe ka ọbọdọ ndị dị ná yá na-eto eto rụọ n'ókè ányị na-enweghị íke ímé ìhè ọ bụla banyere há kà ányị chee ná ọ ga-aka mmá ịpị yá ná bud, "

Ebensibia[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

  1. Modibbo weeps as he hands over. OnlineNigeria (31 October 2008). Archived from the original on 15 July 2011. Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  2. Tukur (2016-10-24). Former FCT Minister, Modibbo, defects to APC (en-GB). Premium Times Nigeria. Retrieved on 2022-10-03.
  3. Why I dumped foreign attires for made in Nigeria outfits. Daily Sun (12 March 2007). Archived from the original on 29 February 2008. Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Brief on Ministers. African Choice News USA (14 September 2007). Archived from the original on 3 September 2011. Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  5. A Quick Look at Yar'Adua's Ministers – And A Few Troubling Issues to Ponder. Nigerian Muse (29 July 2007). Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Nigeria's President Names New Cabinet After Weeks of Speculation. Global Insight (27 July 2007). Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  7. Obasanjo Swears-in Three New Ministers.. Vanguard (17 January 2003). Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  8. FG Spends N2.2b on Rural Electrification in Gombe.. This Day (1 March 2003). Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  9. Egbin Power Station Shuts Down.. This Day (24 March 2003). Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  10. FG Bans Importation of Toothpicks, 4 Other Items.. This Day (6 March 2003). Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  11. Nigerians will celebrate next Xmas with brand new Peugeot cars, says Aliyu Umar, PAN boss. Daily Sun (15 March 2004). Archived from the original on 4 December 2005. Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  12. PAN Earns N300m From Car Exports.. This Day (9 September 2004). Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  13. PAN donates bus to FRCN. Nigerian Newsday (12 September 2006). Archived from the original on 19 July 2011. Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  14. Can Modibbo Make a Difference?. AllAfrica (23 July 2006). Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  15. Nigerian-Russian Business Council established in Nigeria. People's daily (12 January 2007). Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  16. Nigeria: Country Can Take Advantage of AGOA to Export. Vanguard (Lagos) (2 March 2007). Archived from the original on 6 June 2011. Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  17. FCT under Aliyu Modibbo. Nigerian Newsday (6 February 2008). Archived from the original on 19 July 2011. Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  18. A new lease of life for Nigerian writers. Daily Sun (23 March 2008). Archived from the original on 6 February 2010. Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  19. Modibbo establishes city varsity. New Nigerian Newspapers (8 May 2008). Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  20. FORCED EVICTIONS IN NIGERIA: FCT Minister reinitiates systematic violations of human rights in Abuja. Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE) (24 June 2008). Archived from the original on 29 December 2008. Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  21. Human rights organisations call for an end to housing rights violations in Nigeria: More than 800,000 residents evicted from Abuja from 2003 to 2007. ReliefWeb (15 May 2008). Retrieved on 25 September 2009.
  22. Nigeria bulldozes slums to polish capital. Reuters (23 July 2008). Retrieved on 25 September 2009.