Lagos Govt Redeploys Permanent Secretaries

Governor Sanwo-Olu, Permanent Secretaries, Sanwo-Olu
Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu
  • Lagos Government has redeployed Permanent Secretaries in the state.

EKOHOTBLOG reports that the Lagos State Government has announced the immediate reassignment of the portfolios of eight Permanent Secretaries to reinvigorate the state’s policy implementation apparatus.


The latest development was made known via a circular signed by the Lagos State Head of Service, Mr. Hakeem Muri-Okunola, on Thursday.


The Head of Service, in the circular, listed the redeployed Permanent Secretaries to include Mr. Oluseyi Whenu, who was moved from the Ministry of Commerce and Cooperatives to the Ministry of Home Affairs; Mr. Abiodun Bamgboye was redeployed from Local Government Establishments and Pensions Office to the Local Government Service Commission; Dr. Olayiwole Shakiru Onasanya will now serve as Permanent Secretary, Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission upon deployment from the Civil Service Pensions Office.


In the same vein, the former Permanent Secretary, Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission, Mrs. Sinatu Bandele Fadipe, has been posted to the Civil Service Pensions Office, while Dr. Amudaliu Yusuph Jimoh was transferred from Parastatals Monitoring Office to the Audit Service Commission.

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Other redeployments announced by Muri-Okunola are Mr. Olujimi Ige, who was moved from Debt Management Office to the Ministry of Wealth Creation and Employment; while Mr. Sewanu Temitope Hundogan will assume duty at the Office of Finance upon statutory retirement of the current Permanent Secretary at the end of October 2021.


Also, Mrs. Mobolaji Mojisola Daba will assume duty as the Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Deputy Governor from the Local Government Service Commission.


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