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Sanwo-Olu Appoints Six Permanent Secretaries, Redeploys 13

Six new permanent secretaries have been appointed by Governor of Lagos State, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

The appointed senior members of the state’s civil service have been charged to discharge their duties diligently and see their appointments as service to humanity. They were sworn into office last Thursday, with portfolios assigned to them.

The newly appointed Permanent Secretaries and their portfolios are Dr Ademuyiwa Benjamin Eniayewun, Health Service Commission; Mr Olumide Olufolami Erinle, Education District IV; Mrs Okelola Oludara, Education District VI; Mr Wasiu Adedamola Akewusola, Ministry of Housing; Mrs Yewande Abiodun Falugba, Ministry of Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation; and Mr Mustapha Abiodun Osi-Efa, Local Government Establishment and Pensions Office.

Also, the Governor has approved the redeployment of 13 permanent secretaries as part of the re-organisation of the system.

The affected persons are Mr Timothy Olukayode Ogunnubi, Local Government Service Commission; Mrs Samiat Olatokunboh Adeleye, Ministry of Education; Mr Foluso Adebayo Dipe, Ministry of Physical Planning and Urban Development; and Mrs Maryrose Omotola Akinsanya, Parastatals Monitoring Office.

Others Mrs Adebunmi Elizabeth Adekanye, Ministry of Home Affairs; Mr Segun Olufemi Adeniji, Ministry of Science and Technology; Mrs Toyin Idowu Awoseyi, Teaching Service Commission; Mr Abdul-Ahmed Olorunfemi Mustapha, Office of Civic Engagement; Mrs Boladale Aderemi Dapo-Thomas, Ministry of Wealth Creation and Employment; Mrs Omobolanle Modinat Ogunmola, Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Cooperatives; Mrs Ganiat Raji, Audit Service Commission; Mrs Adetutu Abiola Liadi, Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget; and Mrs Sinatu Bandele Fadipe, Civil Service Pension Office.

Source: Businesspostng

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