Buhari appoints 12 new Permanent Secretaries

President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the appointment of 12 new permanent secretaries in the federal civil service.

The new permanent secretaries are Akinlade Oluwatoyin (Kogi), Alkali Bashir Nura (Kano), Anyanwutaku Adaora lfeoma (Anambra), Ardo Babayo Kumo (Gombe), Belgore Shuaib Mohammad Lamido (Kwara), Ekpo Anthonia Akpabio (Cross River), Hussaini Bobangida (Jigawa), Mahmuda Momman (Yobe), Menbole Emmanuel Chukwuemeka (Abia), Mohammad Aliyu Ganda (Sokoto), Tarfa Yerima Peter (Adamawa) and Udon Monilola Omokunmi (Oyo).

A statement from the Head of Service of the Federation, Dr Folasade Yemi-Esan, in Abuja on Tuesday, said their swearing-in and deployment will be announced in due course.

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