Gov. Makinde appoints Kikelomo Adegoke as accountant general
Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo has approved the appointment of Kikelomo Adegoke as the state’s accountant general.
The state’s head of service, Olubunmi Oni, made the announcement on Friday in Ibadan.
Mr Makinde also approved the appointment of eleven permanent secretaries and two executive secretaries in the civil service.
Mrs Oni noted that the appointment will take effect immediately.
The permanent secretaries include; Olabode Ladipo, Oyewole Tunde Aremu, Abosede Esther Owoeye, Ismail Abass Adebukola Bioku, Folajinmi Daramola Oni and Dolapo Oluremilekun Popoola.
Others are; Hakeem Toyin Salami, Tajudeen Raji, Paul Amole Okunloye Oyekunle, Bassir Kolawole Kazeem and Taiwo Olafimihan Adewale.
The executive secretaries are Olusola Orobode and Muibat Olaide Lasisi.
Mrs Oni said the appointments came as a result of thorough screening and outstanding performance of the affected officers.
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