Senate Screens Obla, Others For NCC Positions

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Obono Obla facing the Senate Committee on Communication
Obono Obla facing the Senate Committee on Communication

Okoi Obono-Obla has been screened by the Senate following his nomination as a non executive member representing the south south zone on the board of the Nigeria Communications Commission, NCC by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Obla alongside 6 others were screened Tuesday afternoon in Abuja by the senate committee on communications headed by Senator Gilbert Nnaji.

Details of the screening as at press time were however sketchy.


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