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El-Rufai Appoints Ogun, Kogi Indigenes As Advisers

Malam Nasir El-rufai, Kaduna state governor has appointed two non-indigenes as advisers.

Reports Says that the appointees are Jimi Adebisi Lawal (an indigene of Ogun state) and Muyiwa Adekeye from Kogi state.

Adekeye, a journalist and PR Consultant, will serve as special adviser on media and communications while Lawal, a former banker is appointed as special adviser on investment promotion.

El-Rufai Appoints Ogun, Kogi Indigenes As Advisers

In a statement signed by the special assistant, media and publicity, Samuel Aruwan, the governor announced other special advisers and officials; Uba Sani, political matters, Mohammed Sani Suleiman, legal affairs, Musa Abu Sheyin appointed deputy chief of staff ( office of the deputy governor) and Colonel Yakubu Yusuf (rtd) as the coordinator of operation Yaki.

The governor, in addition announced two permanent secretaries; Aishatu Kumbo Mohammed- solicitor-general and permanent secretary, ministry of justice and Dr. Abdulkadir Kassim- permanent secretary, ministry of agriculture and forestry.

El-rufai, however, appreciated the meritorious contributions of Mr. Habila D. Kyong, who retired today, June 12, as the Head of Service.

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