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New Perm Secs Get Portfolios

AG PRESIDENT OSINBAJO PRESIDES OVER FEC 0A. FEC one Minute Silent for the Late Maitama Sule (Dan Masanin Kano): R-L; Acting President Yemi Osinbajo, Chief of Staff Mallam Abba Kayri, Head of Civil Service of the Federation, Mrs Winifred Oyo-Ita and National Security Adviser (NSA) Major General Babagana Mongonu (Rtd) during the Federal Executive Council (FEC) Meeting at the Council Chamber in Abuja. PHOTO; SUNDAY AGHAEZE/STATE HOUSE. JULY 5 2017

The Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo Wednesday swore-in 15 new federal permanent secretaries, appointed to fill vacancies in various government agencies.

Below are the names of the Permanent Secretaries and the ministries they were assigned.

1. Anagbogu Ifeoma Nkiruka – Women Affairs
2. Walson-Jack Didi Esther – Service Welfare Office in the Office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation
3. Gekpe Grace Isu – Information and Culture

4. Aliboh Leon Lawrence – Budget and National Planning
5. Uwaifo Osarenoma Clement – Ministry of Health
6. Afolayan Ayodele Olaniyi – Common Services, Office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation
7. Abdullahi Abdulazeez Mashi – Ministry of Communications
8. Adebiyi Bolaji Adekunle – Labour and Employment
9. Ibrahim Musa Wen – Water Resources
10. Odewale Samson Olajide – Special Duties, Office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation
11. Adesola Olusade – Youth and Sports Development
12. Umar Mohammed Bello – Special Services Office, Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation
13. Aduda Gabriel Tanimu – Political Affairs Office, Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation
14. Akpan Edet Sunday – Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment

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