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Gov Sanwo-Olu approves appointment of 17 Permanent Secretaries

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The Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has approved the appointment of 17 Permanent Secretaries in the state public service.

Sanwo-Olu, in a statement issued in Lagos on Thursday by the Head of Service, Hakeem Muri-Okunola, said that the appointments took effect immediately.

He said that the appointments were made after a rigorous screening, which spanned over two months, culminating in one-on-one interviews of the shortlisted candidates.

The governor expressed confidence that the appointees possessed the qualities, competence and experiences required to serve as permanent secretaries in the state public service.

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The deployment posts of the appointees, he said, would, however, be announced in due course.

The appointees include: Dr Mustafa Akinwunmi, previously a Consultant Special, Lagos State University Teaching Hospital and Oyeyemi Ayoola, Director, Projects Financial Management Unit, State Treasury Office.

They are: Oluwakemi George, Director, Administration/Human Resource, Sustainable Development Goals and Investment and Temitope Hundogan, Director, Finance and Accounts, State Treasury Office.

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Also, Mrs Abiola Kosegbe, General Manager, Lagos State Building Control Agency and Abiodun Onayele, Secretary, Lagos State Scholarship Board.

Adenike Adedoyin-Ajayi, Head, Branding One Stop Shop (Citizens Gate, Service Charter & EODB), OTCI; Ajose Sangowanwa, Surveyor-General, Office of the State Surveyor-General, and Olusola Oduguwa, Director, Central Internal Audit, Office of the Chief of Staff.

They include: Adeboye Olajide, Principal, Lagos Baptist Senior College, Orile Agege; Olamide Machado-Onanuga, Director, Public Service Standard and Performance Directorate, PSO, and Tajudeen Gaji, Director, Physiotherapy Services, Health Service Commission.

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Others are: Owodiran Olowoshago, Director, Home Affairs, Ministry of Home Affairs, and Fashola Simone, Director, Admin/Human Resource, Office of Education Quality Assurance.

Also, Mojisola Daba, Director, Admin/Human Resource, Public Service Office; Tolani Oshodi, Director, Admin/Human Resource, Lands Bureau; Waheed Kasali and Adeniran Waheed, Head of Training, Public Service Staff Development Centre.

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