List of Osinbajo’s aides reportedly sacked by the Presidency emerges
The identities of Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo’s aides reportedly sacked by the Presidency on Wednesday had been made public.
The sacked aides received their disengagement on Wednesday evening after their sack was confirmed by the Presidency.
Among the sacked aides were Jibola Ajayi, daughter of former Governor of Oyo State, Abiola Ajimobi, and Babajide, grandson of the late sage, Chief Obafemi Awolowo, who is also the grandfather of Osinbajo’s wife, Dolapo.
Below is the full list of the sacked aides:
Jibola Ajayi – special adviser, legal
Lanre Osinbona – senior special assistant, ICT
Imeh Okon – senior special assistant, Infrastructure
Jide Awolowo – special adviser, oil and gas
Lilian Idiaghe- special adviser, research, legal and compliance
Arukino Umukoro – special adviser, Niger Delta
Bala Liman Mohammed – senior special assistant, Economy
Edobor Iyamu – senior special assistant, Niger Delta
Dolapo Bright – senior special assistant, agro allied value chain
Toyosi Onaolapo special adviser, community engagement
Gambo Manzo – special adviser, political
Bisi Ogungbemi – special adviser, political matters
Edirin Akemu – senior special assistant, industry, trade & investment
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Akin Soetan senior technical assistant, economic matters
Aondaver Kuttuh – technical assistant, rule of law
Ife Adebayo – special adviser, innovation
Yussuf Ali – special adviser, power regulations
Tola Asekun – senior special assistant, National Boundary Commission
Morakinyo Beckley – special adviser, off grid power
Yosola Akinbi – senior special assistant, NEC
Tochi Nwachukwu – special adviser, power privatisation
Bode Gbore – senior special assistant, political
Abdulrahman Baffa Yola special adviser, political
Kolade Sofola – special adviser, infrastructure
Ebi Awosika – senior technical assistant, community engagement
Muyiwa Abiodun – senior special assistant, power
Forri Samson – Banu special adviser, entrepreneurship
Bege Bala – special adviser, BPE
Feyishayo Aina – senior special assistant, community engagement
Halima Bawa – special adviser, community engagement
Nkechi Chukwueke – special adviser, community engagement
Ilsa Essien – special adviser, media
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