Ogun State Governor Dapo Abiodun
Ogun State Governor Dapo Abiodun

Ogun Govt  Disburses N112 Billion In Pensions, Gratuities; Appoints 4 Permanent Secretaries

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In a declaration during the swearing-in ceremony of four new Permanent Secretaries in Ogun State, Governor Dapo Abiodun announced the allocation of over N112 billion toward pensions and gratuities for retired civil servants.

Emphasizing his administration’s unwavering commitment to worker welfare, the governor highlighted the sum distributed to retired public officials across both State and Local Government levels as a testament to this dedication.

“Prioritizing the welfare of our workers remains at the core of our administration,” Abiodun proclaimed during the ceremony at the Governor’s Office, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta.

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He stressed the importance of promptly disbursing allowances and tackling outstanding payments inherited from prior administrations, ensuring the financial security of retired civil servants.

Amidst this announcement, Abiodun introduced and swore in four new Permanent Secretaries — Mrs. Roseline Jacob, Mr. Samuel Oyeleye, Mrs. Kehinde Akinola, and Mr. Oladipupo Ogunfowora.

He underscored the meticulous selection process based on seniority, merit, and the state’s best interests, expressing confidence in their ability to contribute to the state’s development.

Speaking in an interview, both Mrs. Roseline Jacob and Mr. Samuel Oyeleye expressed gratitude for their appointments and pledged their commitment to leveraging their expertise toward the successful implementation of government policies and programs.

The Governor reiterated his optimism that the newly appointed permanent secretaries would play pivotal roles in steering Ogun State towards achieving its developmental objectives.

With this renewed focus on worker welfare and administrative excellence, the state anticipates further strides in governance and public service enhancement.


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