Osinbajo appoints 21 new Permanent Secretaries in Federal Civil Service (FULL LIST)
Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has approved the appointment of 21 new Permanent Secretaries in the Federal Civil Service.
Mrs Winifred Oyo-Ita, Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, announced this in a statement by Mr Haruna Imrana, Director, Communications in the office on Thursday in Abuja.
The permanent secretaries are Ehuria Ekeoma (Abia State); Akpan Sunday (Akwa Ibom); Anagbogu Nkiruka (Anambra); Walson-Jack Esther (Bayelsa); Gekpe Isu(Cross River); Aliboh Lawrence (Delta) and Uwaifo Clement ( Edo).
Others are Folayan Olaniyi (Ekiti state); Osuji Marcellinus (Imo); Mu’azu Abdulkadir (Kaduna); Sulaiman Lawal (Kano); Abdullahi Mashi (Katsina State); Adebiyi Adekunle, (Lagos); Ibrahim Wen, (NasarawaS tate); Odewale Olajide (Ogun) and Adesola Olusade (Ondo State).
The rest are Adekunle Adeyemi,( Oyo state); Nabasu Bako, (Plateau); Ekaro Chukwumuebobo,( Rivers); Umar Bello, (Sokoto State) and Aduda Tanimu from the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
Below are full names and states of origin of the new appointees:
1 EHURIA GEORGINA EKEOMA, ABIA STATE
2 AKPAN EDET SUNDAY, AKWA IBOM STATE
3 ANAGBOGU IFEOMA NKIRUKA, ANAMBRA STATE
4 WALSON-JACK DIIARAU DIDI ESTHER, BAYELSA STATE
5 GEKPE GRACE ISU, CROSS RIVER STATE
6 ALIBOH LEON LAWRENCE, DELTA STATE
7 UWAIFO OSARENOMA CLEMENT, EDO STATE
8 FOLAYAN AYODELE OLANIYI, EKITI STATE
9 OSUJI NDUBISI MARCELLINUS, IMO STATE
10 MU’AZU ABDULKADIR, KADUNA STATE
11 SULAIMAN MUSTAPHA LAWAL, KANO STATE
12 ABDULLAHI ABDULAZEEZ MASHI, KATSINA STATE
13 ADEBIYI BOLAJI ADEKUNLE, LAGOS STATE
14 IBRAHIM MUSA WEN, NASARAWA STATE
15 ODEWALE SAMSON OLAJIDE, OGUN STATE
16 ADESOLA OLUSADE, ONDO STATE
17 ADEKUNLE OLUSEGUN ADEYEMI, OYO STATE
18 NABASU BITRUS BAKO, PLATEAU STATE
19 EKARO COMFORT CHUKUMUEBOBO, RIVERS STATE
20 UMAR MOHAMMED BELLO, SOKOTO STATE
21 ADUDA GABRIEL TANIMU, FCT
The statement added that their portfolios would be announced in due course.
300 candidates from ministries, departments and agencies of the federal government, sat for the examinations meant to fill 20 vacant positions of federal permanent secretaries.
The candidates went through three levels of examination, including relevant public service and policy issues, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) assessment test and oral interview, within one week.