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Lagos Attorney General,MOJ Staff Celebrates Retiring Directors

The Lagos State Attorney General and Commissioner of Justice ,Mr Moyosore Onigbanjo,SAN on Tuesday commended Mr. Dawodu Oladehinde, Past Director Public Advice Center (PAC) and Mr. Bajulaiye Adegboyega, former Executive Secretary and head of  Law Enforcement Training Institute (LETI) ,Magodo for their excellent and meritorious service to the State after attaining the statutory retirement age and 35years in Service respectively

Speaking during the last day in office ceremony organised by the Ministry at the ministry’s conference room at Alausa Ikeja,the Lagos State Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice, Mr. Moyosore Onigbanjo (SAN) showered praises on the retirees for their dedication, commitment, and excellent service to the State Government.

In his words: “Mr Dawodu and Mr Bajulaiye have given their best to the ministry, it is befitting that we organize this celebration to honour them and to usher them into the next phase of their lives”.

The commissioner commended Mr. Dawodu for playing a prominent role in transforming the Lagos State Public Advice Center (PAC) where he served as its director before his retirement while describing him as a perfect gentleman.

Onigbanjo described the retired director of LETI, Mr. Bajulaiye Adegboyega as a pace setter being the pioneer head of the Lagos State Neighborhood Watch which has been replicated in many states. While also commending him for the training of the State’s Law Enforcement Officers.

He urged the retirees  not to  relent whenever their services are required by the State Government while enjoining the staff present at the program to emulate and learn from the exemplary behaviour and dedication of the retirees.

In his welcome address,the Acting Solicitor-General and Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Justice, Mr. Saheed Quadri represented by the Director of Civil Litigation, Mr. Hammed Oyenuga commended the retirees for leaving an indelible mark noting that they were excellent and meticulous legal  officers.

He expressed appreciation to the retirees for their loyalty, commitment, perseverance, dedication and untold sacrifices through the years, while acknowledging their support towards the junior officers in the ministry and wishing them good health as they begin another chapter in their endeavours.

The Permanent Secretary, Judicial Service Commission, Mrs Olubukola Salami thanked and rejoiced with both retirees for their excellent service to the State Government and especially  their families for giving them tremendous support throughout their years in the civil service.

Delivering his part, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Transportation, Mr. Kamal Olowoshago prayed for good health and success for the retirees stating that better days lay ahead for them.

Other directors  in attendance eulogised the excellent leadership qualities of Messers  Dawodu and  Bajulaiye noting their conduct as exemplary and worthy  of emulation by other staff while also prayed for Gods blessings and guidance in the new chapter of their lives.

In their responses, the retirees thanked the Lagos State Government and the ministry for the opportunity to serve, while showing gratitude for the impressive retirement party on their behalf .They expressed their readiness to return the kind gesture of government by making themselves available to serve or assist in whatever capacity whenever they are called upon to do so.

The ceremony also had in attendance, lawyers, family members, friends and other members of staff in the ministry.

Lagos Attorney General,MOJ Staff Celebrates Retiring Directors
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