Nigerian Elected First Black ICAO President In Canada: Dr Babatunde Aliu Makes History

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Nov 19, 2013 – Nigerian Elected First Black ICAO President In Canada: Dr Olumuyiwa Babatunde Aliu Makes History

A Nigerian man has made history in Canada for being the first African to be elected as ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation) council President.

Dr. Olumuyiwa Babatunde Aliu is the first black person to lead ICAO since the organization’s history.

In a General Assembly that held in Canada few weeks ago, Nigeria scored 149 in total votes for the position. Dr Aliu was elected at the 38th Assembly of the organisation in Montreal, Canada, by an assembly consisting of 172 countries.

The 36 members of the ICAO Council constituted the electoral college for the election of the president of the council.

Embattled Nigerian aviation minister, Stella Oduah, claimed credit for Aliu’s election, saying that she had gone to drum support for him.

5 thoughts on “Nigerian Elected First Black ICAO President In Canada: Dr Babatunde Aliu Makes History

  1. This is the kind of new we long to hear not the nigerian drug dealers news
    Congrats Dr Aliu thanks for making us proud

  2. this is very good news,hope we here more of this good news about nigeria. no more 419, drugs money, corruptions, tribe fight,boko harm, robbers, kidnapers,religion fights and tribe marraigeing problems things. thanks mr.babatunde for makeing nigeria proud.

    • Mr Sanya Oria pls where can I find Ikare Akoko village on the Nigerian map, there are stars in every village and towns dotted all over Nigeria so pls stop the cheap attention seeking.

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