Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, swore in ten new permanent secretaries, asking them to offer quality services as they carry out their responsibilities.
According to a statement by the state government, the swearing-in ceremony was held at the Lagos House Ikeja on Wednesday, where the Head of Service, Hakeem Muri-Okunola.
Sanwo-Olu noted that the appointment of the Permanent Secretaries was strictly based on the track and merit records of performance in their previous offices held.
The new Permanent Secretaries are Sunday Jokotola (Tutor General District IV), Emokpae Ibironke (Commerce, Industry, and Cooperative), Salami Oyenike (Judicial Service Commission), Zainab Oke-Osanyintolu (Parastatal Monitoring Office), Sanusi Alake (Debt Management Office), and Abolaji Abolanle (Education).
Others are Bolarinwa Afusat (Local Government Establishment, Training and Pensions) and Engr. Daramola Olufemi Olubunmi (Public Works Corporation) while Mr. Sikiru Salami, Auditor-General, and Mr. Obafemi Ogunlana, Auditor-General for Local Government were both sworn-in in an acting capacity until their confirmation by the State House of Assembly.
Speaking on behalf of the appointees, in their votes of assurance, Jokotola thanked the Governor for the confidence reposed in them while promising to perform their duties according to the law guiding their appointments.
He also promised that the appointees would be loyal and they will not disappoint Sanwo-Olu and the Lagos State Government.