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President Buhari Swears In 12 Permanent Secretaries (Photos)

President Buhari Swears In 12 Permanent Secretaries

12 Permanent Secretaries were sworn-in on Wednesday by President Muhmmadu Buhari at the Council Chambers, Presidential Villa, Abuja.

The Permanent Secretaries who were appointed in June took oat of office in a swearing-in ceremony which started about 10 am before the commencement of the 13th weekly virtual Federal Executive Council, FEC, meeting.

The newly appointed Permanent Secretaries and their states are: Belgore Shuaib Mohammad Lomido, Kwara; Akinlade Oluwatoyin, Kogi; Ekpa Anthonia Akpabio, Cross River; Alkali Bashir Nura, Kano; Ardo Babayo Kumo, Gombe and Anyanwutaku Adaora lfeoma, Anambra.

Others are: Udoh Moniloja Omokunmi, Oyo; Hussaini Babangida, Jigawa; Mohammed Aliyu Ganda, Sokoto; Mahmuda Mamman, Yobe; Meribole Emmanuel Chukwuemeka, Abia and Tarfa Yerima Peter Adamawa.

The President also swore in commissioners for Federal Civil Service Commission, Idahagbon Henry and Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission, Usman Hassan.

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President Buhari Swears In 12 Permanent Secretaries (Photos)
President Buhari Swears In 12 Permanent Secretaries (Photos)
President Buhari Swears In 12 Permanent Secretaries (Photos)
President Buhari Swears In 12 Permanent Secretaries (Photos)

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