Sanwo-Olu approves appointment of 17 permanent secretaries

Lagos State governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has approved the appointment of 17 permanent secretaries in the Lagos State Public Service, with the appointments taking effect immediately.

The new appointments were contained in a statement made available on Thursday by the Head of Service (HoS), Mr Hakeem Muri-Okunola.

The appointees are Dr Mustafa Ibrahim Akinwunmi, Ayoola Iyabo Oyeyemi, George Abosede Oluwakemi, Hundogan Sewanu Temitope, Mrs Kosegbe Abiola, Onayele Augustine Abiodun, Adedoyin -Ajayi Adenike and Sangowanwa Olutomi Ajose.

Others are: Oduguwa Olusola, Olajide Charles Adeboye, Machado- Onanuga Toyin Olamide, Gaji Omobolaji Tajudeen, Olowoshago Kamar Owodiran, Simone Olayinka Fashola, Daba Mobolaji Mojisola, Oshodi Salimot Tolani and Kasali Adeniran Waheed

Muri-Okunola explained that the appointments were made after a rigorous screening, which spanned over two months, culminating in Governor Sanwo-Olu engaging the shortlisted candidates in a one-on-one interview.

The HoS expressed confidence that the appointees possessed the qualities, competence and experience required to serve as permanent secretaries in the Lagos State Public Service.


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