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FG Honours Retired Permanent Secretaries



The Office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation (OHCSF) at the weekend in Abuja, organised a Cocktail Party in honour of retired federal permanent secretaries who recently left the service.

The head of Civil Service of the Federation, who said the cocktail party was organised in order to appreciate and recognise the services as well as contributions of the permanent secretaries who retired from the service as at January to June 2018, also reiterated that the event was part of the welfare policy established this year by the OHCSF to celebrate permanent secretaries for their meritorious service to fatherland.

“It is a welfare policy that seeks to bring bonding to the body of permanent secretaries and to help create an atmosphere of fellowship. It will also enable them know each other beyond official capacity and discuss on how to move the country forward and promote peace,” she said.

The secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF) Boss Mustapha, urged the retirees to keep working for the progress of the nation and promote unity in all their future endeavours.

The SGF was represented by Mrs Habiba Lawal, permanent secretary, Ecological Fund Office, (EFO) wished the retirees a “resounding and healthy retirement”.

He commended the retirees for their service to the country, charging them not to relent in contributing to national development.

The event was organised in honour of five retired permanent secretaries, namely; Mrs Fatima Bamidele, Mr Abubakar Magaji, Mr Bolaji Adebiyi, Mr Osarenom Uwaifo and Mr Ndubuisi Osuji.




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