*Photo: Dr Sodangi*
The International Free Media Organisation on Wednesday honoured Dr. Ibrahim M. Sodangi (FCIA), Director Administration & Human Resources of the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) with a Certificate of Achievement.
This was in recognition of his exemplary leadership, commitment to duty, loyalty, transparency and accountability in Public Service Award.
Dr Sodangi was represented at the conferment by Deputy Director, Training, Alhaji Ibrahim Mahmud Idris who extended his gratitude for the honour and affirmed his dedication to continued service to humanity.
Born on the 27th of November, 1964 Dr Sodangi after the completion of his Quranic, Primary and Secondary school education gained admission into the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, where he bagged his first degree in Public Administration.
Thereafter, he earned a Master’s degree in Public Administration and Policy Analysis.
Dr. Sodangi did not stop in the pursuit of his academic attainments as he still sought admission with the Abuja University to undergo his Doctorate Degree in the same discipline of Public Administration and Policy Analysis.
He completed this in 2012.
Dr. Sodangi began his working career after graduation of his first degree. He started from officer II and through the years, he rose to attain the peak of his career as a Director in the Federal Civil Service.
He was one time Assistant Director with Human Rights Commission from where he transferred his services to the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) where he currently works as a substantive Director, Administration and Human Resources.
Dr. Sodangi, in the course of his Civil Service Career, has attended many National and International trainings for the enhancement of his Administrative skills.
In 2010, the Chartered Institute of Administration conferred him with fellow membership (FCIA) and in 2021, the Chartered Institute of Public Diplomacy and Management conferred him with fellow membership (FCIPDM).
To cap it all, the Emirate Council of Nasarawa Local Government, Nasarawa State has also
rewarded him with the traditional title of “Jakada” which literately means “the Ambassador of Nasarawa people”.