Atiku names three additional assistants Ahead of 2023.
Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, added three new aides to his media squad on Tuesday.
This was stated in a press release that his media adviser, Paul Ibe, signed.
Eta Uso, Abdulrashhed Shehu, and Demola Olanrewaju were the three individuals appointed, according to Ibe, who also stated that the appointments were effective right away.
Uso is the former vice president’s special assistant for digital media operations, according to Ibe.
Uso is a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and a specialist in advanced computing and internet systems at the University of Wales, Bangor. He received his training in the United Kingdom.
He belongs to the Nigerian, British, and Nigerian Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Societies.
“Abdulrasheed, a professional media specialist with a proven track record of excellence – with a decade of experience on the job at various media firms, is appointed Special Assistant, Broadcast Media.
“He is a graduate of Mass Communications from ISM Adonai, Benin Republic and Masters in International Relations and Diplomacy, Maryam Abacha American University and Masters in Journalism and Broadcasting at Girne American University, Cyprus,” he added.
Ibe also listed Olanrewaju as Special Assistant for Digital Media Strategy.
Olanrewaju is a communications and public relations strategist with a background in Nigeria’s history and political ideologies, developed during his days as a Students Union Leader at the University of Ado Ekiti.
“He is involved in the startups of a number of businesses and brings media industry knowledge, digital media engagement, and creative writing skills to shape perceptions, craft narratives and messaging for individuals, businesses, and organizations,” Ibe said.