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Buhari Appoints Kambari, Kofa-Mata, Pheelangwah, 3 Others as Perm. Secretaries

By Hillary Asemota

President Muhammadu Buhari, on Wednesday 29, March, approved the appointment of six (6) new Federal Permanent Secretaries in Federal Civil Service following the recently conducted selection process.

The Head of Service of the Federation, Dr. Folasade Yemi-Esan, who made the made disclosure in Abuja, listed them as follows:

Messrs. Mahmud Adam Kambari, from Borno State, Esuabana Nko Asanya, Cross River State, Lamuwa Adam Ibrahim, Gombe State, Yakubu Adam Kofar-Mata from Kano State, Oloruntoba Olufemi Michael, Ogun State and Richard P. Pheelangwah from Taraba State.

The Director of Communications at the Service, Mr. Mohammed Abdullahi Ahmed, said the swearing in and deployment of the new appointees will be announced in due soon.

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