Abuja - The chairman of the Subsidy Re- investment and Empowerment Programme (SURE-P), Christopher Kolade, has resigned his appointment, ThisDay reports.
Kolade in a letter written to President Goodluck Jonathan cited his advancement in age as one of the reasons for stepping down as the chairman of the committee.
The 81-year-old former chairman of Cadbury and Nigeria’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, also stated that he resigned because he would like to concentrate more on his private life and family.
His deputy, Major- General Mammam Kontagora (rtd), who would have succeeded him, died in May 2013.
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