Ekiti gov appoints new head of service

Ekiti gov appoints new head of service
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Governor Biodun Oyebanji of Ekiti has approved the appointment of Dr Olufolake Olomojobi as the new head of the State Civil Service.

According to a statment by the special adviser on media to the governor, Yinka Oyebode, Dr Olomojobi’s appointment as Head of Service takes effect from Tuesday, July 2, 2024.

Governor Oyebanji commended the out going Head of Service, Sunday Komolafe for his meritorious service to the state, especially his demonstrated resourcefulness, professionalism and administrative acumen which have greatly helped in repositioning the State Civil Service for optimal service delivery. The Governor wishes Komolafe success in his future endeavour.

Dr Olomojobi holds a Bachelor’s degree in Dental Surgery from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, (1994). She also holds a Masters’ degree in Public Health form the University of Lagos, Akoka (2000); and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Ado-Ekiti (now Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti) in 2005.

She has received several trainings in health management from renowned institutions including the Royal Institute of Public Health Administration, Rocester, London (2005); Harvard University School of Public Health/ WBI, Washington DC, USA; World Bank Institute, Wahington DC, USA. She also holds a Master of Science degree in Health Economics, Policy and Management from the London School of Economics and Political Science, United kingdom. (2017).

Dr Olomojobi started her career with the Ekiti State Civil Service as Assistant Director, Primary Health Care and Disease Control in May 2001.

She served in different capacities in the State’s Ministry of Health before her elevation to the position of a Permanent Secretary in 2013.

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Prior to her new appointment as Head of Service, Dr Olomojobi had served as Permanent Secretary in several ministries including: Ministry of Health (2013-2016); Hospital Management Board (2016-2018); Ministry of Health and Human Services (2018-2021); and Ministry of Education (2021 till date).

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