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Fashola redeploys 7 permanent secretaries

17 January 2014, 15:03

Ikeja -  Lagos State Governor, Babatunde Fashola, has approved the redeployment of 11 permanent secretaries in the state's public service.

The redeployment was contained in a statement signed by the Head of Service, Oluseyi Williams, in Ikeja on Thursday.

Olalekan Ogunbanwo was moved from the Lagos Television/Radio Services to Parastatals Monitoring Office, while Adekunle Ajanaku, formerly of the Deputy Governor's Office, is to take over from Ogunbanwo.

According to the statement, Paul Omotayo Bamgbose-Martins of Ministry of Works takes charge at Office of Infrastructure.

Nurudeen Adeyinka Ojora-Adejiyan moved from Local Government Service Commission to Teachers’ Establishment and Pensions Office, while Ashamu Fadipe of the Ministry of Tourism and Intergovernmental Relations, is to serve at the Local Government Service Commission.

Olufunmilayo Balogun of the Ministry of Home Affairs and Culture is to take over at the Ministry of Tourism, Omotayo Olabenjo, formerly of the Civil Service Commission, takes charge at the Ministry of Home Affairs and Culture.    

Four newly appointed permanent secretaries were given portfolios as follows -- Jokotola Ojosipe-Ogundimu (Civil Service Commission), Michael Dawodu (Deputy Governor’s Office), Olujimi Hotonu (Works) and Oluwatoyin Adegbuji-Onikoyi (Ministry of Finance).   

In the same vein, three newly appointed tutors-general/permanent secretaries were also deployed  - Florence Ogunfidodo (Education District I2), Margaret Titilayo Solarin (Education District II) and Yinka Olaniyi (Education District III).

The statement added that the postings would take effect on January 20.

-  NAN


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