LASG Swears in New Members of the State Executive Council, Permanent Secretaries, others…..

Written by on January 28, 2020



Three new members of the Lagos State Executive Council, five Permanent Secretaries and members of the State Civil Service Commissions have been sworn in.

The new appointees took the oath of office at the Banquet Hall of the Lagos House Alausa Ikeja where Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu told them to hit the ground running to further add value to his adminstration’s efforts to deliver dividends of democracy to Lagos residents.

Governor Sanwo-Olu who said all members of his team could not afford to to be complacent in their approach to governance said it was their duties to ensure that the State lives up to its status as the Centre of excellence.

The new political appointees are the Commissioner for Special Duties and Inter-Governmental Relations, Mr Tayo Bamgbose-Martins, Special Adviser to the Governor on the Central Business District, Mr. Gbenga Oyerinde and Special Adviser, Urban Development.,Mr. Ganiu Adele Ayuba.

Mrs. Olubunmi Fabanwo was sworn in as the new Chairman, Lagos Civil Service Commission along with Mr. Adeshina Odeyemi, Mr. Avoseh Suru;Mr Kamal Olorunoje and Babatunde Seriki who will serve as Commissioners in the Commission.

The five new Permanent Secretaries are Mr. Olujimi Ige, Debt Management Office; Mrs. Kafayat Ajenifuja, Parastatal Monitoring Office; Mr. Hakeem Adeniji Oduyinka, Office of the Civic Engagement; Mr Shina Thorpe, Ministry of Information and Strategy and Dr. Aina Ayoola, PS Primary Healthcare Board.

Responding on behalf of the new appointees, the Commissioner for Special Duties, Mr Tayo Bamgbose-Martins promised that they would justify the confidence reposed in them.

Correspondent Omolara Omosanya reports that while reading the citations of the new appointees, the Lagos Head of Service, Mr HAkeem Muri-Okunola described the appointment of the tested woman and men as a pointer to the fact that Governor Sanwo-Olu values teamwork.

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