President Tinubu appoints eight new permanent secretaries


President Bola Tinubu has recently given his approval for the appointment of eight new permanent secretaries. These appointments aim to address current and future vacancies in various states and geo-political zones within the federal civil service’s top administrative cadre.

In a statement titled ‘President Tinubu appoints eight new permanent secretaries,’ the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Ajuri Ngelale, revealed this information on Friday.

“The new Federal Permanent Secretaries were appointed after a thorough selection process by the Office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation,” Ngelale stated.

The individuals are Dr. Emanso Okop from Akwa-Ibom, Obi Vitalis from Anambra, Mahmood Tabi’a from Bauchi, and Danjuma Sanusi from Jigawa.

Additional individuals include Olusanya Olubunmi from Ondo, Dr. Keshinro Ismaila from Zamfara, Akujobi Ijeoma from the South-East, and Isokpunwu Osaruwanmwen from the South-South.

According to the release, the President wants the new Federal Permanent Secretaries to “exhibit utmost dedication, diligence, and fidelity to the nation in the discharge of their tasks and ensure optimum service delivery to the Nigerian people.”