Tinubu swears in eight everlasting secretaries

President Bola Tinubu has sworn in eight Federal Permanent Secretaries.

The eight everlasting secretaries took the oath of workplace simply earlier than the graduation of the continuing Federal Executive Council assembly on the State House, Abuja; it’s the 14th FEC session for the reason that inauguration on August 28, 2023.

The transient swearing-in ceremony, which was performed in two batches of 4 every, was anchored by the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Ajuri Ngelale, who learn their citations.

They embody Dr. Emanso Okop (Akwa-Ibom); Obi Vitalis (Anambra); Mahmood Fatima (Bauchi); and Danjuma Sanusi (Jigawa).

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Others are Olusanya Olubunmi (Ondo); Dr. Keshinro Ismaila (Zamfara); Akujobi Ijeoma (South-East); and Isokpunwu Osaruwanmwen (South-South).

Council members additionally congratulated President Tinubu on his re-election because the Chairman Authority of Heads of State and Government of the Economic Community of West African States.

The SGF who spoke on behalf of the cupboard members stated West African regional leaders had seen a dedicated chief in Tinubu and determined to re-elect him.

Details shortly…

Stephen Angbulu

With three years of expertise, Stephen, The PUNCH correspondent, has been masking Nigeria’s presidency, politics, safety, immigration and trafficking in individuals

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