Full List Of Gov. Makinde’s Dissolved Cabinet With Portfolios

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It is no longer news that, the executive governor of Oyo state Seyi Makinde, has announced the dissolution of the state’s Executive Council. He sent home his Chief of Staff (CoS) and  17 Commissioners.

The Chief of Staff to governor, Chief Bisi Ilaka, was sworn-in on 29 May 2019, Spent twenty five months ( two years, one month ) in office while the commissioners was sworn in 14 August, 2019 with a month and two weeks to clocked two years. Two out of the 17 were replaced thereafter due to the death of one and the other sacked, due to low performance.

Full list of the sacked Oyo state’s Executive Council :

Chief of Staff

Bisi Ilaka

1. Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources
       Dr Abdullateef Idowu Oyeleke

2. Commissioner for Budget and
Planning  

Barr. Nìyí Farinto

3. Commissioner for Special Duties

        Hon. Mrs. Funmilayo Orisadeyi

4. Commissioner for Education, Science
and
  Technology

         Barr. Olasunkanmi Olaleye

5. Commissioner for Justice

       Prof Oyelowo Oyewo

6. Commissioner for Lands, Housing &
Urban
Development

    Barr. Rahman Abdulraheem

7. Commissioner for Local Government             and Chieftaincy Matters

    Chief Bayo Lawal

8. Commissioner for Energy and Mineral Resources                  

    Barr. Temilolu ‘Seun Ashamu

9. Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development

 Hon. Muyiwa Ojekunle

10. Commissioner for Commerce

         Mr Nìyí Adebisi

11. Commissioner for Information and Mass Mobilization

         Dr Wasiu Olatubosun

12. Commissioner for Finance

         Mr Akinola Ojo

13. Commissioner for Health

         Dr Bashir Bello

14. Commissioner for Establishment and Training

         Siju Lawal

15.  Commissioner for Youth & Sports

         Mr Seun Fakorede

15. Commissioner for Public Works, Infrastructure and Transport

Professor Professor Daud kehinde Sangodoyin

17. Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Inclusion

        Alhaja Fausat Sanni

The remaining Council members who were not affected include the Secretary to the State Government (SSG) Mrs Olabamiwo Adeosun, Head of Service (HOS) Mrs. Amidat Ololade Agboola and the Director General of Due Process office Ms Tara Adefope.

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