President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the redeployment of 13 permanent secretaries.
He also approved the deployment of the 12 permanent secretaries sworn in on Wednesday.
The information was contained in a circular signed by the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, Folasade Yemi-Esan.
The circular, marked HCSF/CMO/AOD/012/V.III/39, is dated August 28, 2020.
In the letter, Babangida Hussaini was deployed to the Ministry of Defence; Yerim Tarfa to Ministry of Labour and Employment; Bayayo Ardo to Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs; Adaora Anyanwutaku to Ministry of Women Affairs; Anthonia Ekpa to Ministry of Foreign Affairs; and Oluwatoyin Akinlade to Ministry of Mines and Steel Development.
Aliyu Mohammed was deployed to Special Services (Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation; Emmanuel Meribale -Office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation- Service Policies and Strategy Office; Monilola Udoh -Federal Civil Service Commission, Mamman Mahmuda -OHCSF – Career Management Office; Bashir Alkali -Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development; and Shuaib Belgore -Ministry of Interior.
Chinyeaka Ohaa was redeployed from Federal Capital Territory to Ministry of Power; William Alo from Ministry of Labour and Employment to Ministry of Special Duties and Inter-Governmental Affairs; Olusade Adesola from Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs to FCT; Esther Jack from Ministry of Power to Ministry of Water Resources; and Akpan Sunday from Ministry of Mines and Steel Development to Ministry of Science and Technology.
Ernest Umakhihe was moved from OHCSF- Common Services Office to Ministry of Works and Housing; Abel Olumuyiwa from FCSC to Ministry of Environment; Maurice Mbaeri from Ministry of Police Affairs to OSGF -General Services Office; and Festus Daudu from Special Duties and Inter-Governmental Affairs to OHCSF -Common Service Office.
Others are Magdalene Ajani from OHCSF-Service Policies and Strategy Office to Ministry of Transportation; Nebolisa Anako from Police Service Commission to Ministry of Information and Culture; Aliyu Ahmed from Ministry of Finance (Special Duties) to Ministry of Finance; and Temitope Fashedemi from OHCSF Special Duties Office to Ministry of Police Affairs.
The permanent secretaries that will remain in their current offices are Habiba Lawal- OSGF Ecological Fund Office; Sunday Echono- Ministry of Education; Musa Istifanus- Ministry of communication technology and digital economy; Adedayo Apata-Ministry of Justice; Abdulkadir Muazu- Ministry of Agriculture and rural development.
Abdulahi Mashi-Ministry of health; Gabriel Aduda-Ministry of youth and sport; Bitrus Nabasu- Ministry of petroleum resources; Babatunde Lawal-OSGF cabinet affairs office; Olusola Idowu- ministry of budget and national planning; David Andrew- OSGF Economic and political affairs office; Evelyn Ngige- OHCSF service welfare Office.
Tojani Umar- State house; Nasir Sani-Gwarzo- Ministry of trade, industry and investment; Hassan Musa-Ministry of Aviation.