DANKWAMBO, Alh. Ibrahim Hassan



Ibrahim Hassan

OON, B.Sc, M.Sc, FCA, FCIT, FCIB, FNIM; accountant, banker, administrator;
Gender: Male
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State of Origin: Gombe
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Profession Accountant , Banker , Administrator
Working Experience cr: Accountant, Coopers andLybrand International (nowPrice Water House Coopers), 1985-88; Central BankofNigeria(CBN), 1988-99; Accountent- General, Gombe State, 1999-2007; Accountent-General ofthe Federation, since 2007;
Previous Appointments:

Nigeria Economic Society (MNES); Board, Central Bank of Nigeria; assoc. Nigeria Institute of Management (ANIM); Debt Management Office, previously, f: Institute ofChartered Accountants of Nigeria (FCA); Chartered Institute ofTaxation (FCIT); Chartered Institute of Bankers(FCIB); Nigeria Institute of Marketers (FNIM); presd: Forum of Accountants General and Auditors ofWest African State; ch: ECOWAS AuditCommittee; Courses attended: Computer Audit National Computer Centre, Manchester, UK, 1993; Computer-Aided AuditTechniques and Auditing, Computer Security, Canada, 1995; Global Financial System, Crises, Prospects &Solutions, Harvard University, Cambridge, Boston, Massachusetts, USA;Budgeting of Financial Management inPublic Sector, Duke University, Durham, USA; Financial Management Program, Standard University, USA, Financial Management and Development Projects, Management Development Centre, Crown Agents, UK; Management of Foreign Aids,Centre for International Development, University of Cape Town and Duke University; External Debt andReserve Management West African InstituteofFinancial and Economic Management Ghana;

Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, 1985; University of Lagos, Akoka,Yaba, 1992; Delta State University, Abraka, 1998;

Officer ofthe Order ofthe Niger(OON)

reading, writing, travelling;

French Cultural Club; YoungMen Jogging Club

In the 26 April 2011 election, Dankwambo won 596,481 votes, ahead of Alhaji Abubakar Aliyu of the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) with 91,781 votes and Senator Sa’idu Umar Kumo of the All Nigeria People’s Party with 84,959 votes.
As a Governor, Dankwambo lost his deputy Mr. David Miyims Albashi,who died on 4 November 2011 in a German hospital of injuries he sustained in a car crash on August 28 on November 4, 2011. On the 17 December 2011 Alhaji Dankwambo appointed Mr. Tha’anda Rubainu as current Deputy Governor.

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