Tinubu appoints Journalist, Olatunji Bello to head FCCPC

By Felicia Nwosu

In a move designed to transform the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission, President Bola Tinubu has appointed renowned leader and visionary, Olatunji Bello, as the new Chief Executive Officer and Executive Vice-Chairman of the commission.

Bello, a seasoned professional with a proven track record of delivering outstanding results, is widely recognized for his exceptional leadership skills and ability to build high-performing teams.

His appointment is a testament to President Tinubu’s trust in his capabilities to drive robust and incredible change in the commission.

With his extensive experience in media, environment, and politics, Bello is well-equipped to lead the commission towards achieving its mandate of protecting and promoting consumer interests.

His appointment is expected to bring a fresh perspective and new energy to the commission, leading to improved services and better outcomes for Nigerian consumers.

As a former Commissioner for Environment and Water Resources in Lagos State, Bello has demonstrated his ability to drive meaningful change and deliver results in complex environments.

His leadership style, which emphasizes teamwork, innovation, and collaboration, is expected to inspire a new era of growth and development in the commission.

President Tinubu’s decision to appoint Bello as the new CEO/EVC is a clear indication of his confidence in the latter’s ability to deliver outstanding results and drive the commission towards achieving its goals.

With Bello at the helm, the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission is poised for a transformative era of growth, innovation, and consumer-centric service delivery.


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