Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State on Monday swore-in nine new Permanent Secretaries, charging them to ensure good governance and work towards the realisation of the state’s developmental agenda.
Sanwo-Olu made the remarks shortly after the oath of office was administered on the Perm Secs at the Lagos House, Alausa, Ikeja.
The governor also advised them to continually ensure quality service delivery to the state and residents
Sanwo-Olu, however, said their ability to meet these expectations would depend on the creativity and innovation they would bring to bear in the discharge of their responsibilities.
The new Permanent Secretaries with their portfolios are: Mrs Sanyaolu Kikelomo, Civil Service Commission; Mr Sodeinde Olalekan (Office of Drainage Services); Mrs Shitta-Bey Titilayo,(Solicitor-General/Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Justice).
Mr Olawale Musa- Ministry of Transportation; Mrs Durosimi-Etti Olorunkemi- Cabinet Office; Mrs Kalesanwo Olayemi (Ministry Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation)and Mr Agoro Moruf- Ministry of Waterfront Infrastructure Development
Others are: Mrs Odeneye Belinda- Ministry of the Environment and Mr Olawale Mesewaku, Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture.
Responding on behalf of his colleagues, Musa thanked the governor for the trust and confidence reposed in them.
He also pledged their commitments and dedication to duties.