Mushin LG sent forth Council Managers

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Mushin Local Government under the leadership of Hon Emmanuel Bamigboye on Wednesday send forth Council Managers, Mrs Moronkeji Okwuonu and Mr Yomi Eniafe, to their new local governments on Wednesday, 17 February, 2021 at the council secretariat, Palm Avenue.

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The Chairman in his remark said “I thanked God for his mercy and upliftment of staff. I was happy to be part of history to send forth two Council Managers, Mrs Moronkeji Okwuonu, and Mr Yomi Eniafe (former Head, Information Unit), to their new local governments”.

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“We appreciate your efforts in building the local government to the best of your abilities. Both of you have unique styles in achieving desired results as Council Manager and Head Information Unit respectively. Thank you”.

The merriment which was witnessed by the executive, management, legislature and staff showed that the two personalities are good people who discharged their duties accordingly.

Testimonies and accolades rent the air as members commended their efforts towards building a greater Mushin.

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Representatives of the legislature, supervisors, management, and staff, gave an heartfelt testimony of the two council managers. We will miss you greatly and send you forth to greater heights in your respective local governments.

“We are also grateful for the love and support towards discharging our duties accordingly without blemishes,” says the council managers. Thank you. Mushin has been a home where we see ourselves as brothers and sisters as well as one family”.

“May your new place of work bring abundant blessings to you and family. Congratulations” he averred.

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