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Tinubu To Chair 25-Member Committee on Climate Actions, Green Economic Initiatives

*Environment Minister Lawal is Vice Chairman * Chief Ngelale is Secretary/Presidential Envoy

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President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has appointed a 25 man Committee on Green Economic Initiatives in which the president was the chairman and Chief Ajuri Ngelale to serve as the Special Presidential Envoy on Climate Action.

Chief Ngelale will serve in this role as part of a larger Presidential Committee.

However, Ngelale will retainhis role as the spokesperson for the President and Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, while serving on the committee.

The Presidential Committee on Climate Action and Green Economic Solutions, established by the President, will coordinate and oversee all policies and programmes on climate action and green economic development.

In a statement signed by Mr. Segun lmohiosen, Director information and Public Relation in the Office of the Secretary to the Federal Government, this move is to remove the constraints to coordination, foster a whole-of-government approach to climate-action programmes.

The move was also to provide an efficient
governance architecture, and ensure that all relevant institutions in the sector are plugged into the President’s vision and are collectively implementing the Renewed Hope Agenda on climate action.

The 25 members of the Presidential Committee on Climate Action and Green Economic Solutions consists of the following:

President Bola Tinubu – Chairman.

Balarabe Abbas Lawal (Minister of Environment) – Vice-Chairman.

Ajuri-Obari Ngelale (Special Adviser) – Secretary/Special Presidential Envoy.

Lazarus Angbazo (CEO, InfraCorp) – Member.


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