Table of New Permanent Secretaries in Nigeria (and their Reshufflements)
November 23, 2007 | posted by Nigerian Muse (Archives)


 

 

 

 

TABLE OF PERMANENT SECRETARIES IN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA &

THEIR RE-SHUFFLEMENT

 

 

Name of Permanent Secretarry

Former Ministry or Office

New Ministry or Office

 

 

 

 

1

Dr Haruna Sanusi

Defence

Defence

2

AmbassadorJoe Keshi

Office of Secretary

To Cabinet

Office of Secretary

To Cabinet

3

Mr. S. Arosonye

The President

The President

4

Prof Ignatius

Justice

Justice

5

Alhaji Gaba Buwai

Police Service Commission

Police Service Commission

 

 

 

 

6

Dr B.K Kaigama

Education

Foreign Affairs

7

Dr. Aboki Zhawa

???

Special Projects of the Office of the Secretary to the Government

8

Ms Ama Pepple

 

Agric and Water Resources

Finance

9

Dr. Hakeem Baba-Ahmed

Foreign Affairs

GSO Unit of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation

10

Mr. B.U Maitanbari

transferred within the units of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation

transferred within the units of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation

11

Mr. S.M Mahmood

 

Energy

Petroleum (Energy)

12

Dr. Abdullahi Aliyu

Science and Technology

Power (Energy)

13

Mr. Umaru Aji

Interior

Education

14

Mrs. Amuna Lawan Ali

Environment and Housing

Transportation.

15

Alhaji Ibrahim Telba

 

Health

OSGF

 

16

Dr. R.O Ogunbambi

Commerce and Industry

FCT Administration.

17

Mr. Otaki Oyigbeni

Information

Environment and Housing

18

Dr Safiya

 

Women and Social Development

Special Duties Office, SGF

19

Alhaji Sulaiman Kazim

Transportation and Aviation

Labour and Productivity

20

Mrs. E.B.P Emuren

Revenue Mobilisation and Fiscal Commission

Commerce and industry

21

Mr. R.N Okenwa

Office of the Head of Service

Science and Technology

22

Mr. Jash Nwosu

FCSC

Interior.

23

Mr. O.O Ilesanmi

Office of the Head of Service, Special

Civil Service College

24

Mr. Isa Bello Sali

OSGF, Political Duties

Mines and Steel Development

25

Prof Simon Ogamdi

OSGF Special Duties to

Health

26

Prof O. A. Afolabi

 

Labour and Productivity

Agric and Water Resources.

27

Dr Nicholas Damachi

OHCSF

Ecological. Fund

28

Mr. S.D Matankari

 

BPSR unit of OSGF.

29

Dr. Timiebe Agary

Awaiting Posting

Information and Communication

30

Mr. S.A Osuagwu

 

 

31

, Dr M.A Ejiofor

 

 

32

Dr. A.K Mohammed

 

 

33

Alhalji Idri Adamu Kuta

 

 

34

Mrs. T.O Iroche

 

 

35

Dr. Y.A Thorpe

 

 

36

Dr.A.S Adegoroye

 

 

37

Mrs. E.G Gonda

 

 

38

Mr. Yakubu Nuhu Giwa

 

 

 

Table Prepared by NigerianMuse.com  (November 23, 2007)

 

 

 

THE NATION

 

Govt names nine new perm secs    23/11/2007

    

 

From Vincent Ikuomola, Abuja

 

 

In a major civil service shake-up yesterday, President Umaru Yar’Adua approved the appointment and shufflment of 40 permanent secretaries. Three retained their posts.

Eight new permanent secretaries were appointed and 27 others assigned new postings.

 

According to a statement by the Office of the Head of Service, Dr Haruna Sanusi retains his portfolio at the Defence Ministry; Mr. S. Arosonye remains the permanent secretary to the President. Prof Ignatius remains at the Justice ministry.

 

Those affected by the reshufflement included Dr B.K Kaigama, transfered to Foreign Affairs from Education, Dr. Aboki Zhawa, posted to Special Projects of the Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation from Education and Ms Ama Pepple moves to Finance from Agric and Water Resources.

 

Dr. Hakeem Baba-Ahmed moves from Foreign Affairs to the GSO Unit of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation. Mr. B.U Maitanbari is transferred within the units of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation. Mr. S.M Mahmood, who used to be in-charge of the Energy Ministry, was assigned the Petroleum arm of the ministry.

 

Dr. Abdullahi Aliyu who used to be in the Science and Technology Ministry, is moved to the Power arm of the Energy Ministry, while Mr. Umaru Aji is transferred from the Interior Ministry to the Ministry of Education.

 

Mrs. Amuna Lawan Ali, from Environment and Housing, is now at Transportation. Alhaji Gaba Buwai is retained in the Police Service Commission.

 

Alhaji Ibrahim Telba moves from the Ministry of Health to the Office of the Secretary of the Government.

 

Dr. R.O Ogunbambi of Commerce and Industry moves to FCT Administration. Mr. Otaki Oyigbeni from Information (Environment and Housing), Dr Safiya Women and Social Development (Special Duties Office, SGF),

 

Alhaji Sulaiman Kazim, Transportation and Aviation (Labour and Productivity) Mrs. E.B.P Emuren, Revenue Mobilisation and Fiscal Commission (Commerce and industry).

 

Mr. R.N Okenwa from the Office of the Head of Service has been transferred to Science and Technology. Ambassador J.C Keshi retains his post at the cabinet office of the Office of the Head of Service.

 

Mr. Jash Nwosu moves from FCSC to the Ministry of Interior. Mr. O.O Ilesanmi, office of the Head of Service, Special, is now at the Civil Service College. Mr. Isa Bello Sali moves from OSGF, Political Duties to Mines and Steel Development.

 

Prof Simon Ogamdi moves from OSGF Special Duties to Health.

 

Prof O. A. Afolabi from Labour and Productivity moves to Agric and Water Resources.

 

Dr Nicholas Damachi moves from OHCSF to Ecological. Mr. S.D Matankari moves to the BPSR unit of OSGF. Dr. Timiebe Agary who was awaiting posting moves to Information and Communication.

 

The newly appointed permanent secretaries include Mr. S.A Osuagwu, Dr M.A Ejiofor, Dr. A.K Mohammed and Alhalji Idri Adamu Kuta.

 

Others are: Mrs. T.O Iroche, Dr. Y.A Thorpe, Dr.A.S Adegoroye, Mrs. E.G Gonda and Mr. Yakubu Nuhu Giwa.

 

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