Tinubu appoints eight new permanent secretaries

Tinubu appoints eight new permanent secretaries

Approved Ministry of Finance Board of Directors

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has approved the appointment of eight new permanent secretaries in the federal civil service.

According to the President, the new appointments follow a recently completed selection process by the Federation’s Office of the Director-General of the Civil Service.

The appointees were Mr. Ndakayo Aishetu Gogo, Mr. Adeoye Adeleeye Ayodeji, Mr. Rimi Nura Aba, Mr. Bako Deborah Odo, Mr. Omati Raymond Omenka, Mr. Ahmed Dunoma Umar, and Mr. Watty. Mr. Tinuke, Mr. Ella Nicholas Agbo.

In a statement issued yesterday by Press Secretary Ajuli Ngerale, President Tinubu thanked the new Permanent Secretary, who emerged to the top of the list of qualified candidates after a careful evaluation process, for his expertise in the effective implementation of his new aspirations. He quoted him as saying that he ordered them to demonstrate their abilities. It is mandated to revitalize service delivery in all federal ministries, departments and agencies for the benefit of Nigerians.

The President also yesterday approved the appointment of 10 qualified Nigerians to the Board of Directors of the Ministry of Finance (MOFI).

The appointments also include Dr. Shamsudeen Usman, who will serve as Chairman of the Board.

Other members are Dr. Armstrong Ume Takan (CEO/Managing Director); Mr. Tajudeen Datti Ahmed, Executive Director, Portfolio Management. Mr. Femi Ogunseinde (Executive Director, Investment Management) and Mr. Oluwakemi Owonubi (Executive Director, Risk).

Other members are Mrs. Fatima Nana Mede (Non-Executive Director); Mr. Ikechioke (Part-time Director) Ms. Chantelle Abdul (Part-time Director). Mr. Alheri Nyako (Non-Executive Director) and Mr. Bolaji Rafiu Erelu (Non-Executive Director).

President Tinubu charged his appointees to focus on accurate and purposeful performance evaluation of both commercial and not-for-profit government-owned enterprises.

He also charged them to consistently achieve the highest possible return on all investments made under the trust of Nigerians.

President Tinubu further charged the MOFI Board and Management Team to ensure the highest level of results-driven performance.

Source: guardian.ng

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