This is an exclusive presentation of a classified document on President Muhammadu Buhari’s ministerial nominees as prepared by the Senate. According to the document, some of the nominees are said to have corruption cases leveled against them.
Name : – Ibrahim Usman Jibril
Gender: – Male
Age:- 57 years (Born 27th January 1958)
Marital status: – Double
State of origin: – Nasarawa
Academic Qualification: – See below
Instructor in Map Reading with the Nigerian Army School of Artillery, Kachia – Kaduna state, Nigeria, N.Y.S.C
Secretary of the Technical Committee on Rural Lands within the FCT,
Land Use and Allocation Committee of the FCT
Task term on Computerization of the Cadastral and Land Registry of the FCT Which led to the establishment of Abuja Geographic Information Systems (AGIS), a body that is the only official source of geospatial information for the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja – Nigeria.
Ministerial Committee for the Appraisal of Physical Planning and Development Issues within the FCT
Public offices held Organization Jurisdiction Year Party
Nasarawa Geographic Information System (NAGIS) Project Manager, Present Unknown
Abuja Geological Information Service (AGIS) Staff Not available Unknown
Development Control Abuja Deputy Director Not available Unknown
Gov Al-makura cabinet SSA NAGIS Not available Unknown
Education Qualification Date
Bachelor’s Degree Education & Geography- Bayero University (BUK), Kano – Nigeria. Not available
Master’s Degree in Land Resources- Bayero University (BUK), Kano – Nigeria. Not available
specialization in Land Administration- Bayero University (BUK), Kano – Nigeria. Not available
Achievements; Category Date
March this year, Ibrahim was in Washington, he attended World Bank conference on land and property, he presented a paper Spatial Data infrastructures and land reform – lesson, from the Nasarawa experience. Same was also presented, at Africa Geospatial Forum in Johannesburg, South Africa between 18-19 August, 2015 Published Article March 2015 using modern geospatial technologies to develop a modern geospatial data infrastructure for the state. The project has three components: – Orthophoto Mapping, Geographic Information Service and Urban Planning & Urban renewal – commenced in May 2012.