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Kwara govt. swears in 10 perm sec

The Kwara state Governor, Alh Abdulfatah Ahmed on Wednesday sworn in 10 newly appointment permanent secretaries and charged them to lead the service and champion…

The Kwara state Governor, Alh Abdulfatah Ahmed on Wednesday sworn in 10 newly appointment permanent secretaries and charged them to lead the service and champion government policies for the comfort  and benefit of the people of the state.

The governor while performing the ceremony at the Government House, Ilorin noted that the new permanent secretaries were adjudged to possess the qualification, knowledge, and experience to deliver on the responsibilities of their new offices. 

 

He said that considering the present position of the state, it  requires the service of diligent and committed senior civil servants such as the new permanent secretaries.  
      
He, therefore, charged the new appointees to justify the confidence reposed in them by the government and the people of the state.

In his vote of thanks on behalf of his colleagues, Alhaji Yinusa Tajudeen Adebayo, Permanent Secretary, Establishment and Training, Governor’s Office, appreciated the governor for the appointment and promised to justify the confidence reposed in them.

He also appreciated the Ahmed-led administration for  elevating them to the peak of their careers. 

Those sworn in include Yusuf Garba Manjo; Ministry of Works and Transport, kperogi Halimat Jummai; Ministry of Art and Culture, Oyelowo Abdulazeez Tayo; Ministry of Planning, Yinusa Tajudeen Adebayo, Establishment and Training, Alh. Ahmed Salihu M.; State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB).

Others are Saad Ola Haliru; Ministry of Industry, Ogunwole Sunday Moses; Ministry of Energy, Toyin Ahmeed Lawal; Ministry of Woment Affairs, Alh Iliyasu Tsoda Idris, Service Welfare, Amosa Isiaka Al-Amin; Ministry of Environment and Forestry.