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ID4Africa names ex-NIMC DG, Aziz, ambassador emeritus

The United States-based ID4Africa Movement, the Pan-African undertaking devoted to supporting African countries to build the strategic capacity required for evolving robust identity ecosystems for…

The United States-based ID4Africa Movement, the Pan-African undertaking devoted to supporting African countries to build the strategic capacity required for evolving robust identity ecosystems for development, has granted its exalted status of Ambassador Emeritus to the immediate past Director-General of the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), Engr. Aliyu A. Aziz.

The new status granted Aziz is in appreciation of his outstanding service and commitment during his tenure as ambassador, a letter by ID4Africa said on Tuesday.

In the letter he personally signed, the Executive Chairman of ID4Africa Movement, Dr. Joseph J. Atick, stated that Engr. Aziz was being appreciated for the “Outstanding service, unwavering commitment, and invaluable contributions to the Ambassadors Bureau in your country throughout your tenure,” being January 1, 2020, to December 31, 2023.

In the letter, and a certificate issued from the ID4Africa headquarters in New York, USA, the Movement’s executive chairman stated further: “Your dedicated service to the ID4Africa Movement has left an enduring impact not only on your Bureau but also on your country and the broader cause of identity for all.”

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In his response to accepting the honour, Engr. Aziz wrote: “I am deeply honoured and humbled to be recognised as an ID4Africa Ambassador Emeritus for life. It has been a privilege to serve as the Nigerian Ambassador and contribute to the important work of building identity awareness throughout Africa.”

 

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