The board of Capital Express Assurance Ltd, has appointed Alhaji Isa Bello Sali as its Chairman.

Bello, took over the Chairmanship baton of the company from Otunba Ademola Adenuga, who held the position for several years.

Sali promised to add value to the company pledging to deploy his God given talents, knowledge, experience and clout to see that he leaves Capital Express  better than he met it.

At a reception organised in his honour by the company, Sali, said in accepting to serve on the board of Capital Express Assurance, he was aware of the expectations of the company owners and stakeholders.

He also said he was not oblivious of the current economic realities of the country and the need to employ the best tools in comparing in the volatile market in which the Nigerian business community found itself

“Herein lies the significance of bringing on board new competences to augment existing one to drive the organisation.

Indeed, “I would not have accepted to come on board if for  in a  moment, I have felt that I would not add value to the company. I want to thank you for this honour and pray to God to bless the company,its owners ,board, management and the entire staff”, he stated.

Sali, an astitute administrator and successful manager of human resources was born in Mubi, in Adamawa State.

He attended Mubi 11 Junior Primary school, Mubi and Government Secondary School Ganye in pursuit of his basic education.

He proceeded to the School of Basic Studies, Ahmadu Bello University,  Zaria, where he obtained a Bachelors Degree in Political Science.

He is also a proud graduate of the Havard Kenedy School Cambridge.

His work career started with the then Gongola State Civil Service where he served as principal Assistant Secretary in the Ministry of Local Government and Community Development Yola between 1984 and 1987. In1988, he became the Under Secretary in the ministry of works and Transport Yola.

In 1990, he transferred his services to the Federal Civil Service in the capacity of an Assistant Director, Personnel in the Federal Environmental Protection  agency, Lagos.

He was also a director Special Duties in the office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation,permanent Secretary, political affairs and Director of Operations,Servicom.

Having served in several leadership and administrative capacities nationwide, Alhaji Isa, retired from the federal civil service as Head of service in 2003.