Buhari swears in 9 new Perm Secs
President Muhammadu Buhari has sworn in nine new permanent secretaries.
The swearing-in was done before the commencement of the Wednesday’s federal executive council meeting held at the presidential villa, Abuja.
The new senior officials are to fill the positions in the federal civil service left vacant following the retirement of some former permanent secretaries.
Among those sworn in, is Evelyn Ngige, wife of the minister of Labour and Employment Chris Ngige.
Mrs. Ngige represents the South-South Geo-political zone.
Others include Hassan Musa, Aliu Ahmed, Olusola Idowu, and David Andrew.
Umar Tijani was also sworn in to represent the North East, Sani Gwarzo to represent the North-West while Nebolisa Anakwu and Temitope Fashehun are to represent the South East and South-West geopolitical zones respectively.