The Managing Director of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Engr. Saleh Dunoma has been commended for playing a leading role in the revolution in the aviation sector.

Engr. Dunoma who was inducted as an Executive Fellow at the Institute of Public Diplomacy and Management, (IPDM), Lagos, has been identified as a silent achiever.

The event took place recently at the National Institute of Medical Research, Yaba, Lagos.

The Institute of Public Diplomacy and Management is a professional and educational institute for the professionalisation and advancement of Public Diplomacy and Management practices in all sectors of the economy.

The Institute whose aim is to develop multi-faceted leaders and managers with a well developed mindset and diplomacy skills trains and retrains its members in the practice of Public Diplomacy and Management.

Engr. Dunoma is the third person to receive the award of Executive Fellow since the inception of the Institute.

Other members of staff who were present at the event and who also received fellowship awards from the institute include General Manager, Administration, Mathew Ifreke Friday, General Manager, Cargo Development, Okwechime Samuel, General Manager, Mechanical, Nwodo Ephraim, General Manager, Budget, Adegbesan Abiodun, Deputy General Manager, Legal Services, Gold Bridget Iwinose, Deputy General Manager, Training and Manpower, Aminu Elizabeth, Deputy General Manager, Administration, Nababa Sani and Deputy General Manager, ARFFS, Ekpe John Ekezie.

In a related development, the Nigerian Institute of Business Development has praised the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) for its cooperation and collaboration in advancing the course of the institute.  In recognition of this effort, the body will honour the Managing Director/CEO of FAAN, Engr. Saleh Dunoma, with the award of honorary Fellow of the institute during its International Business Development Week/Summit in July, 2015 at Ikeja.  The Registrar/Chief Executive Officer of the institute, Mr. Paul Ikele, disclosed this when he led council members of the institute on a courtesy visit to Engr. Dunoma , He also expressed the institute’s readiness to continue to collaborate with the Authority in an effort to establish best business ethics in the country.

Engr. Saleh, while accepting the award, thanked the institute for this kind gesture and promised to sustain the good relationship FAAN has established with the institute. He expressed the hope that this partnership between the two bodies would enshrine international business best practices in the aviation industry.