Ogun State: The swearing in of Alhaja Selimot Olapeju Ottun and others

On Tuesday, 30th June, 2020, the Governor of Ogun State, Dapo Abiodun swore in we swore in Alhaja Selimot Olapeju Ottun, as Head of Service (HoS) in the State, as well as three members of the State Executive Council.



This swearing-in comes exactly 10 days after the immediate past HoS retired from service.

Ogun State: The swearing in of Alhaja Selimot Olapeju Ottun and others

The other three members, sworn in with Alhaja Selimot Olapeju Ottun are:

  • Engr Gbenga Dairo – sworn in as Hon. Commissioner in the new Ministry of Transportation;

 

  • Arc. Abiodun Fari-Arole, MD of Ogun State Property Investment Company (OPIC); and



  • Dr Tayo Lawal, Dapo Abiodun’s Special Adviser on Health,

Ogun State: The swearing in of Alhaja Selimot Olapeju Ottun and othersOgun State: The swearing in of Alhaja Selimot Olapeju Ottun and others

The team is to work assiduously to revive the local economy that has been drastically affected by the emergence of the current COVID-19 pandemic in the state.

 

Alhaja Selimot Olapeju Ottun is the 5th female and 19th HoS of Ogun State.



“I am however convinced that with the proven credentials of the office holders, the State is set to be out of the woods.

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“Swearing in the 5th female and 19th HoS of Ogun State complements our drive to fortify the State Civil Service by ensuring the welfare of our workers.



“I congratulate the new HoS, Executive Council Members and the entire State Civil Service on this ceremony that portends a better actualisation of the #BuildingOurFutureTogether Agenda of our Administration.” the governor concluded in a tweet.

Ogun State: The swearing in of Alhaja Selimot Olapeju Ottun and othersOgun State: The swearing in of Alhaja Selimot Olapeju Ottun and othersOgun State: The swearing in of Alhaja Selimot Olapeju Ottun and others

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