Buhari swears in 8 new Permanent Secretaries

A cross-section of newly appointed Federal Permanent Secretaries, during their inauguration by President Muhammadu Buhari at the Council Chambers, Presidential Villa in Abuja on Wednesday (20/2/19). 01517/20/02/2019/Callistus Ewelike/JAU/BJO/NAN
A cross-section of newly appointed Federal Permanent Secretaries, during their inauguration by President Muhammadu Buhari at the Council Chambers, Presidential Villa in Abuja on Wednesday (20/2/19). 01517/20/02/2019/Callistus Ewelike/JAU/BJO/NAN

Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari, has sworn in eight new federal permanent secretaries.

They were sworn in on Wednesday, inside the council chamber of State House Presidential Villa.

This was shortly before the commencement of the meeting of the Federal Executive Council (FEC).

The new permanent secretaries are Olumuyiwa Abel, Mohammed Dikwa, Magdalene Ajani, Festus Daudu, Maurice Mbaeri, Bakari Wadinga, Babatunde Lawal and Ernest Umakhihe.

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