Rahama Sadau, the Kannywood actress, has been appointed as a technical committee member overseeing the Investment In Digital and Creative Enterprise (iDICE) programme.


The iDICE programme is a collaboration between the government and international agencies to promote investment in digital and creative industries.

Rahama and other appointees were inaugurated into the committee on Thursday by Vice-President Kashim Shettima.

In a post via her X page, the 30-year-old expressed her gratitude over the appointment, adding that she appreciates the “support and confidence in me”.


“I am pleased, honored and humbled to accept my appointment to serve on the technical committee of the IDICE (Investment In Digital and Creative Enterprise) program,” she wrote.

“This is indeed a humbling experience to witness. My warmest appreciation to my principal His Excellency Senator Kashim Shettima for the recognition and inclusion.

“My warmest appreciation to His excellency President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and the Vice president, Senator Kashim Shettima, for seeing me worthy of the position, I appreciate the very generous expressions of support and confidence in me.


“This is my sign to keep going, thank you for this wonderful affirmation. It always feels good to receive an official validation from you, I owe you all a debt of immense gratitude.

“I would like to specially recognize and acknowledge some of the legion of great and sound minds who positively impacted my professional life with the ideals of scholarship, diligence, determination, courage, focus, service and integrity. Thank you all.”

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