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Bible Society appoints Sanusi as new General Secretary/CEO-Designate

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The Bible Society of Nigeria [BSN] has announced the appointment of Pastor Samuel Sanusi as its new General Secretary/Chief Executive Officer -Designate. He will be taking over from the incumbent General Secretary/CEO, Dr Dare Ajiboye, who will be retiring in June 2021.

Pastor Sanusi, who is currently the Society’s Senior Manager, Church and Public Relations, will resume officially on July 1, 2021. He joined the BSN on December 6, 2010, as Church/Public Relations Manager. He has also served as Senior Manager – Operations and Programmes.  

Before joining the Society, he had worked with Permanentmark Enterprise Limited as Chief Operating Officer between July and November 2010. Pastor Sanusi was also a former Senior Partner with Mutual Hope CashAccess Limited.               

He has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) obtained from the Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu State in 2004 and Post Graduate Diploma in Management from University of Calabar, Cross Rivers State in 2001.

He graduated from Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo State with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Mass Communication.         

Pastor Sanusi is a member of various professional organisations among which are Nigerian Institute of Management, Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria, Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers and Nigerian Institute of Public Relations.

The Bible Society of Nigeria is a not-for-profit interdenominational Christian organization that translates the Bible into local languages, publishes, distributes, raises funds for the Bible work and organises life-transforming programmes.

So far, it has translated the full Bible into 26 Nigerian Languages, while translation/revision is on-going in 10 Nigerian Languages.

 

 

 

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