In a significant step towards attaining the leadership of the National Population Commission (NPC), kakalistiq.com reports that Barrister Saidat Oladunjoye, a nominee for the federal commissioner position, has successfully passed through the rigorous screening stage in Abuja. The news, which ignited a wave of congratulations from loyal All Progressive Congress (APC) supporters on social media, was officially confirmed on the evening of November 28th, 2023.
Nominated by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Barrister Oladunjoye brings a wealth of experience, having served as the APC Vice-Chairman of the Lagos East Senatorial District and holding two consecutive commissioner roles in the Lagos State Government’s Education Ministry and Commerce, Industry, and Cooperatives.
Her impending role as a Federal Commissioner holds immense importance in steering the critical functions of the National Population Commission. With a background rooted in the governance hub of Lagos, Barrister Oladunjoye is poised to bring her expertise to the commission, enhancing its efficiency and impact.
The National Population Commission plays a pivotal role in Nigeria’s growth by providing accurate demographic data. This information is crucial for informed policy-making, resource allocation, and development planning, making the NPC a cornerstone in the nation’s progress.
As the anticipation builds for Barrister Oladunjoye’s official appointment and swearing-in, the news resonates deeply with the party faithful and the public at large. The significance of this appointment extends beyond political lines, marking a key milestone in Nigeria’s commitment to effective governance and data-driven decision-making.