By Felix Kuyinu
The newly employed workers
As a measure towards increasing the workforce in order to improve the services to the Ejigbo community, the local government has employed additional 14 people to the number of employees at the Ejigbo Local Council Development Area.
The Fourteen new members employed to various departments were introduced during the recent 40th annual celebration of the National Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE), Ejigbo branch, held at the council Secretariat, Iyana Ejigbo.
The list comprises of Giwa Fatimah, employed as the new Legal Adviser and Adewoyin Joseph who holds the position of the Environmental Health Officer.
Aluko Mubashir, Gbadamosi Kikelomo and Adekunle Adesefiu were all recruited into the Administration and Human Resources Manager department.
The unit of Higher Executive Officer also got more numbers of staff in persons of Balogun Titilope, Dipeolu Adijat and Kalu Irouwa.
Salami Abidemi and Adeniyi Wurola both hold the posts of the Community Development Inspector and Education Officer respectively while Kasali Oladimeji is the new Planning Officer.
Fashola Modupe got the nod into the Public Affairs Officer seat and Miss Sherifat Olajumoke is a Program analyst.
The employment process was said to be on merit and they were all beseeched by the Chairman of Ejigbo LCDA, Hon. Monsurudeen Bello to be zealous and productive in their respective designations so as to contribute immensely as the council aim to make the community a better place for all.
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