Nigerian politician, Aliyu Doma, Died at 75

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Aliyu Akwe Doma was born on September 1, 1942, and died on March 6, 2018.

He was a Nigerian civil servant.

He served as the governor of Nasarawa State in May 2007, standing for the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).

Doma entered the old Plateau State civil service, where Doma rose to become Permanent Secretary in several departments between 1976 and 1983. Then he became the Deputy Governor of Plateau State.

Doma was a member of the Presidential Joint National Consultative and Advisory Committee of Traditional Rulers and Leaders of Thought (1995–1998).

He was a member of the National Committee on the future of Higher Education in Nigeria (1996–1998).

Doma was appointed a member of the Technical Committee of Presidential Council on Tourism in 2004.

Doma held private sector positions as Chairman of the Oriya Group of Companies in 1984, Chairman of Integrated Tourism Consultants in 2003 and as a representative of Steyr Nigeria.

Aliyu attended the University of Ibadan (1964–1966), the British Drama League, London, England (1968) and the World Tourism Organisation, Centre for Advanced Tourism Studies, Turin, Italy, (1973).

Aliyu attended Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria in 1976, and Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma in 2002 where he obtained a Master’s in Public Administration.

Aliyu died on March 6, 2018 after a brief illness at a foreign hospital in Israel.