UMAR, Aliyu

B.Sc, administrator, born April 9, 1946, Minna, Niger State; married; Education: Native Authority Primary School, Minna, 1954-60, Government College, Kaduna, 1961-65, Government College, Zaria, 1966-67, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, 1968-71, Pan-African Institute, Cameroon; served as Chief Cultural Officer, Director of Information and later, Permanent Secretary (now Director-General), Ministry of Informa tion, Niger State; was Permanent Secretary (now Director-General) in Ministry of Trade and Industry, Ministry of Works and Housing and later (Political Department) Cabinet Of fice, Niger State; appointed Director, MAMSER, Niger State, 1987-February 1989; Secretary, National Electoral Commission, Lagos, since March 1989; Publication: The Long Awaited Revolution (Macmillan, 1988); Hobbies: travelling, sports, discussion, reading; Official Address: National Electoral Commission, 2, King George V. Road, Onikan, Lagos.
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