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National Assembly Appoints New Clerk for Senate

The National Assembly Service Commission (NASC) has appointed a new clerk to the senate as the outgoing clerk retires.

The NASC has announced the appointment of the Deputy Clerk of the Senate, Isabella Ugochi Iloba as the Acting Clerk for the Red Chamber.

Iloba will be taking over from Ibrahim El-Ladan following his retirement on age grounds as approved.

New Clerk Approved Amidst Retirement Row

The NASC retired El-Laban and another Officer on the 9th February 2022.

Iloba was appointed by the NASC as acting Clerk to the Senate to take over from El-Ladan with immediate effect.

The letter with reference number NASC/PF/69/184 was addressed to Clerk to Senate and titled: Retirement from service.”

It partly read, “The Commission at its 547th meeting held on Wednesday, 9th February 2022, has approved your retirement from Service with effect from 9th February 2022.

“The Commission wishes to acknowledge your immense contribution to the growth and development of the National Assembly Service.

“As you proceed on retirement, please hand over your Office and other Government property in your possession to the Deputy Clerk, Senate (Legislative), Ilobah Isabella Ugochi.

“On behalf of the Commission, I pray that Almighty God will continue to grant you good health and success in your future endeavours.”

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