ICRC Governance Structure
Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission
The Governance Structure of the ICRC is designed to facilitate the delivery of the Commission’s mandate.
The ICRC Governing Board
The ICRC Act provides for the establishment of a Governing Board that provides a collective balance of seasoned professionals, technocrats and bureaucrats from strategic government Ministries and Departments, such as the Federal Ministry of Finance; Federal Ministry of Justice, Central Bank of Nigeria, Secretary to Government of the Federation, and the private sector. The Board is the overall policy making body for the Commission and is responsible for setting the strategic direction of the Commission and creates an enabling policy and environment for PPPs.
ICRC Board Committees
To ensure a seamless discharge of its functions, the Board established five (5) Committees to assist in policy formulation and other statutory functions. The Committees have different responsibilities, including the provision of advice to the Board on their respective areas of oversight. The Committees are:
- Contract Compliance Committee (oversees activities of the Contract Compliance Department);
- Audit and Technical Committee (oversees the activities of the PPP Resource Department);
- Human Resources and Establishment Committee (responsible for HR matters, governance, institutional relations, among others); and
- Finance and General Purpose Committee (responsible for all finance-related matters); and
- Media and Publicity Committee (responsible for all communication-related matters).
ICRC General Management Staff
Director General’s Office
- Mike Ohiani – Acting Director General
- Linda Amego – Head, Legal and Governance Unit
- Deborah Okafor – Head, Planning and Research Unit
- Mukthar Usman – Head, Procurement Unit
- Manji Yarling – Acting Head, Media and Publicity Unit
PPP Resource Department
- Mike Ohiani – Director, PPP Resource Department
- Olusola Ogunsola – Head, Social Infrastructure Unit
- Dr. Amanze Okere – Head, Special Projects Unit and Coordinator, Nigeria Institute of Infrastructure and Public Private Partnership (NII3P)
- Akwu Okolo – Head, Energy and Urban Infrastructure Unit
- Mohammed A. Bamalli – Director, Change Department
- Halima Modibbo-Tukur – Asst. Director, Change Department
Internal Audit Department
- Togunde Dada – Director, Internal Audit Department
Transportation Infrastructure Department
- Emmanuel Onwodi – Director, Transportation Infrastructure Department
- Adamu Umar – Head, Roads, Rails, Bridges infrastructure
- Yusuf Haruna – Head, Aviation & Marine infrastructure
Contract Compliance Department
- Dr. Jobson Ewalefoh – Director, Contract Compliance Department
- Ahmed Abdulrazaq – Head, Monitoring and Compliance Unit
- Olajide Olagunju – Acting Head, Policy and Regulations Unit
Support Services Department
- Dr. Evelyn Alaye-Ogan – Director, Support Services Department
- Bello Akilu – Head, Finance and Accounts Unit
- Bello Dogondaji – Acting Head, Human Resource/Administration Unit
- Adeola Omilade – Acting Head, Information and Communication Technology Unit
Revenue, Investment and Project Finance Department.
- Odili Onu – Director, Revenue, Investment and Project Finance Department.
- Dr. Felix Ogbera – Deputy Director, Revenue, Investment and Project Finance Department.
The Office of the Director-General provides effective, efficient, strategic support and administrative service to the DG in the implementation of his mandate. The core functions of the Office, which include legal counsel, media & publicity affairs, procurement, and research & planning include to:
- Lead the development and implementation of the yearly work plan for the Commission;
- Communicate to and coordinate the provision of information to internal and external stakeholders;
- Provide advice to the Executive Management on all Commission matters with legal implications;
- Ensure proper and transparent procurement processes are followed in procuring goods and services for the Commission.
The Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Resource Department is charged with the responsibility of providing pre-contract regulatory guidance to Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs). It also maintains the national PPP Project Database and assists States in setting up appropriate PPP regulatory framework.
The Contract Compliance Department takes custody of and ensures compliance with the PPP contracts validly entered into by the MDAs on behalf of the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN).
The Support Services Department provides an appropriate level of human, administrative, financial, and facility support services to ensure efficient and seamless operations of the Commission.
The Transportation Infrastructure Department is charged with the responsibility of providing pre-contract regulatory guidance to Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs) for all transportation projects. It also maintains the national PPP Project Database and assists States in setting up an appropriate PPP regulatory framework.
The Internal Audit Department provides an independent and objective assurance and consulting services to the Commission (Governing Board and Management) in the areas of governance, control, and risk management. The department carries out the financial audit, compliance audit, performance audit, value for money audit, and prepares and submits periodic reports of its activities to the board and management.
The Revenue, Investment and Project Finance Department is responsible for adequate utilization of generated funds resulting from PPP contracts that will among other things be used as Project Development and Monitoring Fund, Viability Gap/Annuity Funds that will assist in the delivery of bankable and viable PPP projects.
The Change Department is responsible for guiding the implementation of all identified changes aimed at strengthening the ICRC corporate systems, hence catalyzing the successful implementation of the Strategic and Operational Plans. It also ensures the establishment of a management system of internationally acceptable standards, including Changes in the organizational and governance structures.
Executive Management Committee (EMC)
All Directors of the Commission report directly to the DG. The DG, Directors and Head Legal and Governance constitute the EMC.
The EMC meets periodically to deliberate on key issues bordering on the smooth administration of the Commission and to provide guidance in areas such as:
- Evolving a Strategic Management Development Plan (SMDP) for the Commission
- Capacity building for staff of the Commission
- Capacity building for Ministries, Departments and Agencies
- Stakeholder dialogue and facilitation of focused meetings with key stakeholders
- Staff performance appraisal and Annual Staff Performance Evaluation Report (ASPER)
- The Commission’s yearly action plan.