The newly appointed Tutor-General/Permanent Secretary (TG/PS), Education District IV, Mr. Charles Olajide Adeboye, has officially assumed office with a promise to do his best towards the development of the District, declaring his willingness and readiness to work with every member of staff.
The Permanent Secretary thanked God for his appointment and expressed sincere appreciation to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the State Head of Service, Mr. Hakeem Muri-Okunola and Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo as well as Mrs. Margaret Solarin and Mrs. Anike Adekanye, Tutor-Generals/Permanent Secretaries of Education District II and IV, respectively, for their support and encouragement.
Appreciating the staff for the warm welcome accorded him, Adeboye solicited their collaboration to achieve the desired success at all levels, saying “Let us work together as one big family and move the District to great heights as God gives all the Grace to go higher”.
Earlier, Supervising Tutor-General/Permanent Secretary, Education District IV, Mrs. Anike Adekanye, who led others to welcome the new appointee to the District, congratulated the TG/PS on his appointment and deployment to the District, assuring him of the cooperation and support of the hardworking staff.
While imploring him to take the staff as one big family, Mrs. Adekanye prayed that his tenure will be successful and uplift the District and the State.
Also speaking at the event, the TG/PS District II, Mrs. Titilayo Solarin, applauded the appointment of the new TG/PS and prayed that God will guide him to achieve the best for the District. She enjoined the staff to work in harmony to achieve the desired success and objectives of the State Government.
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