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Total Nigeria announces executive appointment

10 August 2015, 08:38Okoro Chinedu

Lagos – Total Nigeria has announced the appointment of Ahmadu-Kida Musa as Deputy Managing Director of DeepWater District in Lagos.

The appointment is with immediate effect.

He replaces Charles Ngoka who has proceeded on retirement.

Musa is described as a dynamic and focused manager with 30 years outstanding career in oil and gas operations and management.  

He is a 1984 Engineering graduate (B.Eng. Civil) of the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. 

He also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Petroleum Engineering from the Institut Francais du Petrole ( IFP), Paris, France.

Also Read: Oil giant Total sells oil field stake for $569 mn

According to Total, Musa attended various management and technical courses at the University of Port Harcourt, Harvard Business School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, amongst others. 

He is a Fellow of the Nigerian Society of Engineers,  a Member of various bodies including the Council of Registered Engineers of Nigeria, Nigeria Institute of Management, Society of Petroleum Engineers International and Institute of Petroleum, United Kingdom.

Musa started his professional career in 1985 with Elf Petroleum Nigeria Ltd  as a Trainee  Engineer and Materials Co-ordinator – Engineering Department and was later appointed to various positions of responsibility in Production, Operations and Projects.

In September last year, he was appointed to the Board of Total Nigeria as Executive Director, Port Harcourt District, a position he held  until his present appointment.

- CAJ News


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