Sanwo-Olu swears-in more permanent secretaries, inaugurates committees

Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has sworn-in two Permanent Secretaries and redeployed three others for efficient efficiency and repair supply,

According to the Nation,  Sanwo-Olu urged the permanent secretaries to key into the conclusion of the present authorities’s agenda.


The governor instructed them to take sensible steps in the direction of reaching the developmental agenda established by his administration.

“’Today’s train brings to 11, the variety of permanent secretaries we’ll swear-in inside 5 months, this effort speaks to our financial agenda.

“We are aware of our challenges as a state, this is the reason we identified your various skills, levels of competence and dedication to work,” he stated.

The governor expressed optimism that the the permanent secretaries would carry their information to bear within the service of the state.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) additionally  reports that Dr Muritala Shefiu and Mr Olusegun Ogboye have been sworn-in as permanent secretaries Treasury Office and Ministry of Health, respectively.

Olawale Musa was redeployed from Ministry of Transportation to the the Office of the Chief of Staff, whereas Mrs Abimbola Umar was moved from Treasury Office to Debt Management Office.

In one other growth, Sanwo-Olu has inaugurated the Projects, Finance and Process Compliance Audit Committee and the Standing Committee on Rehabilitation of Public Schools.

He stated the 2 committees have been established to help the state authorities’s transfer to ship on its guarantees of fine governance to people.

“The essence of the committees is to ensure that dividends of democracy are felt by the people,” he stated.

Sanwo-Olu stated that the Projects, Finance and Process Compliance Audit committee ought to acquire high quality evidences on the standing of important capital tasks within the state.

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The governor additionally charged the Standing Committee on Rehabilitation of Public Schools to evolve ways of remodeling the academic ecosystem of the state.

He stated that the state authorities declared a state of emergency within the academic system due to its curiosity within the growth of youths.

“So we are doing it at different levels, the infrastructure, curriculum, training and teachers’ quality,” he stated.

Members of the committee are Mrs Josephine Williams- Chairman, Justice Yetunde Idowu (Rtd.), Mr Hakeem Smith, Mr Tayo Bamgbose-Martins and Mr Foluso Mustapha.

The Special Committee on Rehabilitation of Public Schools comprised of Mr Hakeem Smith (Chairman), Yetunde Holloway, Mr Adebanjo Olusegun and Mr Babatunde Rajh-Label.

In his speech, Mr Hakeem Muri-Okunola, the state Head of Service, stated that the 2 committees had already commenced their assignments.

He stated the committee would work with related ministries and departments to make sure efficient supply of their mandates.



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