Central Bank of Nigeria Deputy Directors newly confirmed by the Senate includes- Mr. Edward was born on June 22, 1959 in Kaltungo Local Government Area of Gombe State. He studied quantity survey in Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria
Edward Adamu is a member of several professional bodies, namely the Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors; Project Management Institute, USA; International Knowledge Management Institute, USA; International Society for Performance Improvement, USA; and the Association of Project Managers, UK.
Employed in June 1992 by the Central Bank of Nigeria; Mr. Edward Adamu was appointed Director of the Strategy Management Department responsible for the articulation of strategy to deliver the mandate of Central Bank of Nigeria in 2012.
Between 1992 and 2003 Mr. Edward Adamu served in several offices of the Engineering Services Department of the CBN handling Project Conception, Evaluation, Contract Documentation, Cost Planning & Control, Project Implementation and Closure of several projects of Central Bank of Nigeria, including the current Central Bank of Nigeria Head Office Abuja.
He rose from the position of a Manager to an Assistant Director; Mr. Edward as a Deputy Director in 2006, he served as Central Bank of Nigeria’s Head of Business Support Division in charge of portfolio of teams and functions, including Knowledge Management, Records Management, Strategic Alliance and Price Intelligence.
In 2016, Mr. Edward Adamu was appointed Director, Human Resources Department in charge of developing the human capital assets of Central Bank of Nigeria.
He is a member of several Board and Project Steering Committees of the Bank, including Budget; Staff Matters; Pension Fund Management; Establishment, Enterprise Learning, Assets Disposal and REAL SPARC Project.
In 2017, PresidentBuhari appointed him to replace Mr. Barau as the new Deputy Governor; and now senate has confirmed him the deputy governor of Central Bank of Nigeria.
Aishah Ahmed was born in October 26, 1977. She is an indigene of Niger State, married to Abdallah Ahmad, a retired brigadier-general with two sons. She holds a Master of Science degree in Finance & Management from the Cranfield School of Management in the United Kingdom.
Mrs. Ahmad, is also an accounting graduate from the University of Abuja, who equally has Master of Business Administration, MBA in finance from the University of Lagos.
A member of the Chartered Financial Analyst, CFA and Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst, CAIA Associations, Mrs. Ahmad was until her appointment in charge of the Consumer Banking Division at Diamond Bank Plc, covering the consumer banking, privilege banking, and retail assets chains.
Appointed in 2017 by President Buhari to replace, Sarah Alade, the former deputy governor in charge of Economic Policy, Mrs. Ahmad was confirmed by the Nigerian Senate on 22 of March, 2018.