Ogun appoints Kogi, Imo and Osun indigenes as Perm Secs

Governor Ibikunle Amosun has inaugurated 14 newly appointed Permanent Secretaries, including three non-indigenes of Ogun state, into the state civil service.

The appointment of three non-indigenes, Emmaneul Offor from Abia state, Stephen Ipiniwa from Kogi state and olufemi olatoye from osun state as permanent secretary is the first in the history of the state civil service.

Inagurating the new Permanent Secretaries at the governor’s office in Abeokuta, Amosun said over 40 directors in the state civil service were considered for the positions.

On the appointment of non-indigenes, Amosun said his administration will continue to give higher responsibilities to dedicated and honest civil servants to serve the people of the state, while charging the new Permanent Secretaries to be ready for work.

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