The Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu, has approved the appointment of two (2) new Tutors-General/Permanent Secretaries and nine (9) Permanent Secretaries in the Lagos State Public Service.

A statement released by the Lagos State Head of Service, Mr. Hakeem Muri-Okunola, explained that the appointments were based on merit, as appointees were selected from the pool of qualified candidates, sequel to the Executive Development and Screening Exercise for eligible Directors, which took place in April 2022.

The two (2) Tutors-General/Permanent Secretaries and the nine (9) newly appointed Permanent Secretaries are as listed below:


i. Osinaike, Olusegun Olawale

Education District IV

ii. Oyetola, Idowu Olufunke

Education District III

iii. Oyegbola, Olasunkanmi Mopileola

Director, Administration & Human Resource, Public Service Office

iv. Dawodu, Kikelomo Arinola

Director, Finance & Accounts, Ministry of Transportation

v. Toriola, Abdulhafis Gbolahan

Director, Mechanical, Ministry of Transportation

vi. Abidakun, Olubusola Ajibola

Director, Administration & Human Resource, Ministry of Health

vii. Aina, Ololade Olasupo

Director, Administration & Human Resource, Office of Establishments & Training

viii. Kasunmu, Ibilola Olufolake

General Manager, Lagos State Residents Registration Agency

ix. Sogunle, Michael Olumide

Director, Public Affairs, Ministry of Information & Strategy

x. Sotire, Oluwole Olumide

Director, Civil, Ministry of Housing

xi. Obajomo, Ibrahim Amodu

Director, Planning, Ministry of Economic Planning & Budget


He expressed confidence that the new appointees who had emerged from a field of intelligent and qualified Officers possess the qualities, competencies and experience required to serve as Permanent Secretaries in the Lagos State Public Service.

While confirming that the appointments of the nine (9) new Permanent Secretaries are with immediate effect, the Head of Office noted that the Swearing-in Ceremony for all the appointees will take place on Friday 9th September, 2022, while the deployments would be announced in due course.

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