MR MOSOPEFOLU GEORGE, HONOURABLE COMMISSIONER. Mosopefolu George was born in Lagos on the 20th of February 1974. He attended Corona School Ikoyi, and moved on to Federal Government College Ijanikin, Lagos for his secondary education. Upon attaining his O’ Levels, Ope briefly studied at the University of Lagos, before proceeding to complete his degree at the University of Leicester, England where he attained a 2.1 (upper), in Business Economics in 1996.

Ope thereafter obtained a Master of Science (MSc) degree in International Business from the prestigious Manchester School of Management, at the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST).

Ope began his Career at Citibank N.A in London in 1997, where he joined the Global Markets team, with specific responsibilities for the emerging markets of Central, Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa. He specialized in emerging markets loan syndication and Project Finance. Ope moved on to Join the Corporate Finance Team at KPMG, London in 2001, where he specialized in various private finance initiative projects. At KPMG, he had the responsibility of advising multinationals, governments, and the public sector in the health and utilities industry, on the structuring and raising of finance. Ope Left KPMG in 2004 and took up a Job with SAGEM France in the Telecommunications industry.

In 2007 Ope was appointed as the Senior Special Assistant on Economic Matters to Gov. Babatunde Raji Fashola (SAN). A position he held until 2009, when he was appointed the Acting Managing Director of Lekki Worldwide Investments Limited (the Lagos State Government’s investment vehicle for the Lekki Free Zone). Ope was at Lekki worldwide Investments Limited until 2015.

Ope remains a visionary leader with an illustrious career in the realm of Corporate Finance and Public-Private Partnerships (PPP). In 2017, he was appointed as the Director General of the Office of Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) where he embarked on a transformative journey to promote collaboration and synergy between the public and private sectors.

Under his astute leadership, the Office of Public-Private Partnership witnessed significant growth and advancement in fostering mutually beneficial partnerships. Ope’s strategic and innovative approach led to the successful execution of numerous vital projects that have positively impacted the Lagos socio-economic landscape.

Throughout his tenure as the Director General, Ope exhibited an unwavering commitment to excellence, ensuring transparency and accountability in all Lagos PPP endeavours. His remarkable ability to navigate complex challenges and engage stakeholders from diverse backgrounds earned him widespread respect.

In recognition of his contributions to the development of PPP initiatives, in February 2022, Ope was appointed as the Special Adviser to the Governor of Lagos State on Public-Private Partnerships. In this elevated role, he continued to drive the strategic vision for PPP projects, providing expert counsel to the government and fostering an environment conducive to sustainable growth and progress. Ope’s expertise in public private partnerships has been instrumental in attracting investments, boosting infrastructure development, and delivering essential services to the community.

As the Special Adviser to the Governor, Ope remained committed to fostering innovation, inclusivity and responsible governance in PPP projects. His profound impact on the Lagos socio- economic frontier and his ability to forge strong partnerships made him an invaluable asset in advancing the collective welfare of the people and driving progress towards a brighter future for the people of the centre of excellence.

A Manchester United fan, Mosopefolu is happily married to Oluwafemi George and is blessed with 3 sons.

MR LEKAN BALOGUN, SPECIAL ADVISER. Lekan Balogun, an indigene of Epetedo area of Lagos Island was born on the 5th of January 1987 into the families of Babatunde Balogun and Motolani (Nee Balogun).

‘LB’ as he’s fondly called had his primary school education at Corona School, Apapa (1992 – 1997) then proceeded to King’s College, Lagos and graduated in 2003. He attended Bowie State University, Maryland USA where he bagged a B.Sc. in Accounting in May 2010.

He satisfied his compulsory one-year National Youth Service scheme between March 2011 and February 2012 at the National Assembly, Abuja specifically working as the Legislative Aide to the Senate Minority Whip (Senator Ganiyu Solomon – Lagos West). In his additional two years working at the Senate, he took up the role of a liaison between the Office of the Senate Minority Whip and the Senate Committees on 1999 Constitution Review, Petroleum Upstream, Capital Markets, Navy and Inter-Parliamentary Affairs.

In August 2014, he returned to the United States following his admission into Mercer University, Atlanta. He obtained a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the University’s Stetson School of Business & Economics in May 2016.

In April 2017, he joined the Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading (NBET) Plc as a Treasury Officer then later filled in as the acting head of the treasury unit in the Organization’s Finance Department. Working closely with the Federal Ministries of Power, Works and Housing; Finance and Budget Office, he coordinated the preparation NBET’s 2018 and 2019 budgets, and drove the execution of these budgets.

He is a huge advocate for Tourism as a mechanism for infrastructure & development and an alternate major source of Internally Generated Revenue. He has a flare for urban renewal and development.

He enjoys water and boating activities, Polo and Football. He’s a member of Apapa Boat Club and Lagos Jetski Club


Ibrahim Amodu Obajomo was born in Iju Water Works, Ifako Ijaiye Local Government Area of Lagos State on the 1st of June 1964 to Late Pa Daramola Obajomo and Mrs. Eunice Omoretiola Obajomo. He is an indigene of Ajowa-Akoko, Akoko North West Local Government Area of Ondo State. He had his Primary School education at St Kizito’s Catholic Primary School, Iju Railway Station, Lagos State he proceeded to Ikeja High School, GRA Ikeja and Anwar-ul-Islam College (formerly Ahmaddiya College), Agege for his Secondary School Education and Higher School Certificate (HSC) respectively.  He graduated with BSc (Hons) degree Mathematics and Statistics in 1993 from the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife. He also attended the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS), Kuru, Jos in year 2016 for the “Policy, Strategy and Leadership Course (PSLC 22)”.

Ibrahim Obajomo joined the Lagos State Civil Service as Planning Officer II, GL 08 on 2nd January, 1996.  He worked with the then Plans Programmes and Budget Bureau (PPBB) before it was renamed in 1999 as the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget (MEPB) from 1996 to 2006. He was posted to the Health Service Commission (HSC) in 2006 to coordinate the Budget Unit of the Commission and the 25-Hospital Units under the commission where he served for four years (2006-2010) 

In 2010, he was deployed to the Office of Chief of Staff (Governor’s office) where he served in the Planning Department as head of the Budget Unit from 2010 to 2014 (4-years). He was re-deployed to the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget in July 2014 and served as the Assistant Director (Monitoring & Evaluation Department) before he became the Director of Budget in year 2015 as a result of his hard work, diligence and Commitment to duty. He has equally served as Member – Revenue Monitoring & enhancement Committee in 2000 & 2017; Secretary – Road Financing Committee with the Output of Identifying how road construction and maintenance could be financed and also to locate link roads to be opened up to free pressure from the main roads in 2001; Member – Committee on Implication of the Proposed Health Sector Reforms on Human Resource in Finance, Payroll and Audit Functions (with output of Development of Financial Operational Guidelines for Lagos State Hospitals) in 2004; Member – Committee on Establishment of Lagos State Health Insurance Policy between 2013 and 2014; and Board member-Lagos State Health Management Agency(LASHMA) from 2020 to Date

His key achievements include: Shifted the budget/appropriation cycle to 1st January – 31st December. This has been sustained since year 2020; Comprehensive quarterly Budget review to measure the expected outturns as against limiting it to output thus, changing the face of quarterly reporting since year 2019; Ensured that Lagos State is ELIGIBLE for the SFTAS World Bank Grant in the World bank SFTAS Programme since year 2020; Expansion of Budget Consultative Forum from one (1) Centre to the three (3)-Senatorial Districts of the State – 2016 to 2019 and the 5-Division (IBILE) since year 2020; Alignment of the THEMES Agenda projects with the Medium Term Sector Strategy (MTSS) initiatives and the Annual Budget of each MDAs; Midwife the THEMES PEER REVIEW MECHANISM and the THEMES Self-Assessment by each MDAS in year 2021; Establishment of Global Training vote for all Health workers in the State under the Health Service Commission Y2007; Establishment of Medium Term Replacement/Recruitment programme to bridge the gap in the health workforce. 

He won the Best Officer of the year in the Ministry in the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget in year 2003. He was awarded the Best Administrative Officer Award for year 2006 and also the Best Individual Officer (Health Service Commission and the Hospital units combined) during the Lagos State Health Sector Award ceremony in year 2007 for transforming the management and budgeting system in the Health Sector and also initiating the state-wide training programme for Health workers in the hospital units owned by the state.

Obajomo got a letter of commendation from NIPSS Consult management and the Office of the Head of Service, Lagos State for outstanding performance in (PSLC 22)” course. In addition to his other aforementioned awards is Award of Commendation as an “ICON OF HOPE” by the National Association of Nigerian Students in Year 2017, also an “EXCELLENT LEADERSHIP AWARD” by the Fight Against Corruption Organisation in Year 2018. 

Obajomo is a Fellow of Chartered Institute of Finance and Control of Nigeria (FCIFCN); Fellow of Association of Human Resource Practitioner of Nigeria (FAHR); and a member of Nigerian Statistical Association (NSA).

His leisure is reading, playing and analysing football, as well as listening to music and travelling.

Ibrahim Amodu Obajomo, is a devout Christian, married to Mrs. Omolola Olajumoke Obajomo and the marriage is blessed with Children.


Mrs Mojisola Adeyemi-Fashola was born in Lagos Island and attended Lagos Anglican Girls Primary School and Oriwu College Where she had her West African School Certificate in 1984.

Mrs Fashola Proceeded to the Lagos State College of Education, (LACOED) where she bagged NCE English Education in 1990 and capped it with B.AED English Education from Lagos State University in 1997.

She was employed to the Lagos State Civil Service on 2nd February 1993 and had served in the State House of Assembly, Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA), The Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board, Civil Service Commission, Office of the Surveyor General, Office of the Civic Engagement, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Lekki Concession Company, Office of the Deputy Governor before her posting to the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget in January 2022.

Mrs Adeyemi-Fashola is an Associate member of Chartered Institute of Personal Management (CIPM) and Fellow Association of Human Resources Practitioners of Nigeria.

Her hobbies include Gardening, Cooking and Listening to music.

MR. BASHIRU TEMITAYO OSENI-OPE, DIRECTOR, LAGOS BUREAU OF STATISTICS. Bashiru Temitayo Oseni-Ope, is an indigenous Lagosian of Lagos Island – Epetedo-extraction. A typical ‘Lagos Islander’, Tayo as he is popularly known, attended the Jamma-At-Ullslamiya Primary School, Ebute Elefun (1973 – 1978), Eko Boys’ High School, Mushin, Lagos for his School Certificate O’ Levels which he obtained in June 1983, while his Higher School Certificate A’ Level obtained in June 1985 was at Igbobi College, Yaba, Lagos.

His quest for knowledge thereafter took him to the University of Lagos, Akoka, where he graduated with Bachelor of Science (Hons.) in Mathematics/Statistics in October 1990. This was fittingly capped with a Diploma in Management of the same University in October 1992.

Oseni-Ope joined the service of the Lagos State Government, on September 1, 1992 as Medical Statistical Officer II, GL08 with the then Lagos State Hospitals Management Board (LSHMB). He had worked before then as a part-Time Lecturer in Pure Mathematics, Statistics and related courses in the Department of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, of the Lagos State University, Ojo, from January to August 1992.

Since his appointment into the Public Service, Oseni-Ope who has steadily risen through the ranks, worked at various times in the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget (August – October 1999), Lagos State Board of Internal Revenue (October 1999 – March 2005), Ministry of Finance (March 2005 – May 2008), Lagos Bureau of Statistics, Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget (May 2008 – March 2013) when he became the head of the Bureau.

Oseni-Ope, a thorough bred professional, Mathematician, Statistician and indigenous Historian all rolled into one, has attended several professional in-service training, courses and various workshops/seminars, in the course of his career. He has also been a member of ten (10) High-level State Committees on different aspects of governance in the State.

A Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, an Associate member of the Nigerian Chartered Institute of Management, Fellow, Nigerian Statistical Association, and a Professional Member of the Institute of Information Management – Africa. He is also a Member of many voluntary organizations, amongst which is, Ijoko Agba, Isale Eko, Eko Foundation and Eko Heritage Foundation. He is particularly interested among others, in Conflict and Resolution Studies, Demography, Philosophy and History of the Yoruba, African Traditional Religion, Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Development.

Married with children, his hobbies include Travelling/Tourism, Reading, Table Tennis and Squash.


Mr. Olajide was born in Ebute Meta, Lagos but hails from Oyo State. He attended Ijero Baptist Primary School Ebute Meta where he finished with the primary school leaving certificate in 1976 before proceeded to the popular Oliver Baptist High School, Oyo.

Olajide bagged his ND in 1986 from Yaba College of Technology while his HND was from Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin in 1989 and crowned it with a Masters Degree in 2015 from Olabisi Onabanjo, Ago-Iwoye. Ogun State.

He had previously worked with windmill ventures from 1991 till 2000 before securing employment with the Lagos State Government as a Planner in 2001.

Olajide is a member of National Statistical Association of Nigeria, He is a Fellow Association of Human Resources Practitioners of Niger. He plays football at leisure.

MR OYEDE FOUAD ADEPOJU, DIRECTOR MONITORING AND EVALUATION. Mr. Oyede Fouad Adepoju is from Eti-Osa local government of Lagos State. He had his primary and secondary school education at the Mainland Preparatory Nursery and Primary school, Bank Olemoh, Surulere and at the Rev. Angus memorial high school; Igbobi, yaba. He later proceeded to the Lagos State University, Ojo, where he earned his Bachelor degree (B.Sc.) in Mathematic.

He served his compulsory one Year National Youth Service Corps at the Administrative Department of the Nigerian Industrial Development Bank in Bauchi State.

Having completed his National Youth Service Corps, he was later employed as Administrative Officer II at the Lagos State Public Works Corporation in 1995, were he served as Administrative Officer and as Head, Information Technology Until till 2001.

In the Year 2002, Oyede was redeployed to the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget as Planning Officer I and Oracle Public Sector Budget Champion in the Economic planning Department. Between the Year 2004 and 2014, Mr. Oyede rose to become the Senior Planning and Chief Planning officer in the Budget Department, while still maintaining the position as the Oracle Public Sector Budget Champion.

Between the year 2014 and 2019, Oyede, as an Assistant Director (Planning) became the Head of Planning Unit at the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget as well as the Focal Person on Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) & Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), he was later deployed to the Ministry of Works and Infrastructure as Deputy Director (planning) to head the Planning Unit as the Director Planning in 2019, where he was until early 2023, when he was redeployed to the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget to head the Monitoring and Evaluation Department as the Director.

Oyede, is an associate member of the Institute of Finance and Control of Nigeria (IFCN), he has undergone several trainings, participated in several programmes such as R12 Oracle enterprise (Public Sector Budget/ General Ledger), Leading and Managing Teams, Developing a 21st Century Public Servant and Dealing with Difficult People amongst others.

In the course of his career progression, Oyede as shown exemplary dedication to his duties, which as earned him several awards such as Productivity Award (2003), Best Performing Head of Planning Unit (2021) amongst other commendation letters.

Mr. Fouad Adepoju Oyede loves reading, travelling and football.

OGUNSOLA BANJO RUFUS, DIRECTOR ECONOMIC PLANNING. Mr. Ogunsola Banjo Rufus was born on the 20th June 1964 at Okinni in Egbedore Local Government of Osun State.

He had his Primary School at Afurugbin Central School Mushin, Lagos between 1971 and 1976, he was at Ilobu Secondary Commercial Grammar School in Osun State for his Secondary School between 1977 and 1972 and finished his Higher Secondary Education at Oyo State College of Arts and Science between 1983 and 1985 where he had his Advanced Level.

Mr. Ogunsola proceeded to the University of Lagos, Akoka in 1985 and graduated with B. Sc Finance and Banking in 1988 and capped it with M. Sc Marketing in 1996 at the same University.

He began his Public Service career in 1990 with the Lagos State Board of Internal Revenue as Inspector of Taxes and Head of various Tax offices around the State till 2008 when he redesignated his career as Planning officer.

Between 2008 and February 2023, Mr. Banjo Ogunsola had served at the Public Finance Department of the Debt Management Office, Ministry of Transportation, Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget, (Head, Economic Intelligence Unit), Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry of Physical Planning, Lagos State University Teaching Hospital and Health Facility Monitoring and Accreditation Agency before his homecoming to head the Department of Economic Planning in the Ministry.

Mr. Ogunsola is an Associate Member Chartered Institute of Bankers and Associate Member Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria.

Mr. Ogunsola is married with children


Mrs. Oluwakemi Amudat Adedeji was born on 17th April, 1967. A native of Lagos State. She obtained her BSC in Economics in 1990 and her MSC in Finance from University of Lagos State in 1995. She started her career in the State Service with Former Lagos State Board of Internal Revenue now Lagos State Internal Revenue Services in 1997 as Inspector of Taxes II (Mushin Tax Office) and rose to the position of Deputy Director, Administration and Human Resources. She is currently serving as Director, Social Protection Coordinating Department and State Coordinator, Lagos State Operations Coordinating Unit for the National Social Safety-Nets Programme, a Social Investment Programme of the Federal Government of Nigeria.


Over the years, she has developed ability for problem solving and project management with a knack for team-work.

She is an Associate Member, Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (ACIT), Member, Nigeria Institute of Management (MNIM) and Overall Best Participant in Y2006 Joint Tax Board Inspector of Taxes Examinations with Letter of Commendation from the then Lagos State Honourable Commissioner for Finance, Mr Olawale  Edun. She is married and blessed with children.




Onimole Mobolaji Adebowale is a graduate of Civil Engineering from the University of Lagos, Akoka. He observed his mandatory NYSC at Halliburton Energy Services Nigeria Limited, a Global Oilfield Service Company to the Upstream Oil Industry, located in Port Harcourt and thereafter completed his MBA Programme in Investment Management from London School of Business and Finance/University of Wales. 

Onimole Mobolaji Adebowale insatiable thirst for knowledge, despite being trained as a Civil Engineer with Zonal Isolation experience in Oil Services, made him foray into other areas of professional endeavours. 

Mobolaji today is a Certified IMF Public Financial Management Expert (PFME). He is equally a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN) respectively.

Mobolaji is also a Certified Scrum Master and Agile Practitioner certified by Scrum Alliance USA, a Certified Risk Management Expert by Dunn & Bradstreet; and an Associate Member of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA). 

Mobolaji joined the Lagos State Public Service on the 29th of December 2017 and was appointed Head, Economic Intelligence Unit (“EIU”) in the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget, with mandate to prepare the State’s Medium Term Strategy Documents, amongst which is the preparation of the State’s Medium Term Budget Framework (“MTBF”), a key component of the State’s Budget Preparation process amongst other assignments.

Mobolaji was subsequently redeployed to the Development Partnership Department (“DPD”), Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget to Head the Loans and Grants Unit in December 2019.


Mobolaji has supported and delivered on several statewide assignments since he joined the State Civil Service, notable amongst which are his exploits as the Secretary of the Lagos State Circular Economy Technical Working Group (LACE – TWG) that delivered the first Ever Circular Economy Hotspot in Africa, with an investment opportunity of not less than $3trillion for the Continent of Africa, with Lagos State as the gateway. 


He equally supported, as Secretary, the Completion of the Advisory Service Analytics (“ASA”) Programme of the World Bank, leading to the co-establishment of the Lagos Platform for Development (“LAPD”) in October 2021; and the immediate commencement of the Evaluation of Lagos State’s Urban Development Bankable Projects along the Transport oriented Development (TOD) and Land Value Capture (LVC) ecosystems respectively.


Mobolaji was appointed the State Focal Person for World 

Bank/FGN States Fiscal Transparency, Accountability and Sustainability Performance for Results Programme (“SFTAS Pfor-R Programme”) in February 2020 and co-led the Lagos State Team that won over $14.5m (N5.51Bn) Grants for Year 2019/20 Annual Performance Assessment (“APA”) of the SFTAS P-for-R Programme. 

Mobolaji further co-led year 2020/21 SFTAS Annual Performance Assessment (“APA”) with a minimum target of $15m Grants for Lagos State and went ahead to support the State’s Team that delivered the Landmark Adoption of National Chart of Accounts (“NCoA”) by Lagos State in December 2020. 

With the permission and support of his principals, he successfully defended the Adoption of National Chart of Accounts at the Lagos State House of Assembly in December 2020 and subsequently supported the facilitation of Internal Capacity Development in Public Financial Management (with focus on NCoA) for members of staff of the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget. 

Onimole Mobolaji Adebowale is a Pioneer Member of Lagos State Hybrid Circular Economy Team established in December 2020, comprising of Public and Private Sector participants that won the keenly contested Bid for the Hosting of the Circular Economy Hotspot in November 2021, a global event that was successfully subsequently hosted in July 2023 (a 1st in Africa). 

Mobolaji had served as a member of the Marketing & Finance Committees respectively for the year 2020/21 Ehingbeti Investment Summit; and was also appointed a Change Ambassador by the Lagos State Office of Transformation and Innovation and Transformation (OTCI) in the year 2018. 


Prior to joining the Public Service in December 2017, Onimole Mobolaji was the Principal Consultant of Quant Financial Consulting Services Limited (An Advisory, Tax and Audit Services Firm). He equally served as the Group Chief Financial Officer (G-CFO) of Hamilton Technology Oil Services Company, Port Harcourt in 2014. 

He started his professional career at Arthur Andersen in 2001 and rose through the ranks from a Staff-Assistant to Manager Transaction Services / Deal Advisory, Financial Advisory Division of KPMG Professional Services Lagos (2008/09). 

He equally had a brief stint in the Real Estate Industry, where he served as General Manager – Bela Vista Properties Limited (2010) and supported the construction of the Iconic PrimeWater View Gardens at Lekki, Lagos State.  

Onimole Mobolaji Adebowale was appointed Director, Development Partnership Department – Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget in August 2023. 


Olayinka Modupe Ojo (Mrs.) is a graduate of Mathematics with Honours Degree from the University of Ilorin and Masters in Public Administration with speciality in policy research methodology from the University of Lagos. A versatile Professional in Administration, Research, Data Management, Strategic Planning and Economic Policy Development and Process Management. These experiences, of over 23 years was gathered through systemic inter-face with high profile professional in and outside the Lagos State Public service. 

Ojo Olayinka’s experience cuts across Policy Program Management on MDGs (Yr.2009 – 2010), Proprietress of the State Research collaboration with research institute and institution (particular reference to University of Lagos 2010), Driver of the Child Protection Information Management System (CPIMS) a UNICEF funded project in Yr.2016 – 2018. Despite the limitations of COVID -19 Pandemic, Olayinka cuts the finishing line of delivery and won the best Management Staff Award of the great Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget (MEPB) 2020. Initiator and Focal Point of the Eko 360 Open Data and Digitization of the Data Management System as Head of Databank Division of the Lagos Bureau of Statistics (LBS), Yr.2019 -2021. Eko 360 was a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) funded initiative that earns her the Governor’s commendation in Year.2021. She also served as the Chief Operating Officer of the Lagos Digital Cabinet (LDC) Project to mention a few. Recently transferred to head the Economic Intelligence Unit of the Ministry where her innovative expansion and engagements has just projected the Unit for an upgrade into a full departmental status by the approval of the Head of Service (HOS) in 2022.


Mr. Handu Nurudeen Abimbola was born on 3rd July 1969 on the Lagos Island of Lagos State. Nigeria. He had his elementary education at LILG primary school, Lagos Island and later attended Baptist Grammar School, 1981-1986. Thereafter, he proceeded to the Ogun State Polytechnic, Abeokuta (1988-1990) for his ND in Accountancy before his HND in Accountancy at the Yaba College of Technology in 1993.

Mr Handu became a Chartered Accountant with ICAN in 2001 when he became an Associate member of the Institute where he is presently a Fellow member.

Handu was employed into the Public Service on the 23rd June, 1995 as an Accountant and had served in various ministries, Departments and Agencies as Accountant.

Among such places where he had served include;

P P TESCOM, Ministry of Home Affairs, Chief of Staff, Governor’s office, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Science and Technology and Ministry of Health until his redeployment to the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget.


Mrs. Kara Modupe Odunayo was born on the 4th of August, 1973 in Ibadan, Oyo State.

She had her primary school at Methodist Primary school, Odutola street, Ibadan, Oyo State between 1978 and 1984, her Secondary School was at African Church Grammar School, Apata, Ibadan, Oyo State between 1984 and 1989

Mrs. Kara proceeded to Osun State Polytechnic Iree in 1992 and finished her Ordinary National Certificate (OND) in 1994. She later proceeded to Federal Polytechnic Ilaro between 1996 and 1998 for her Higher National Diploma (HND). Thereafter, she badged a degree in Post Graduate Professional Diploma in Accountancy (PGD) in 2018.

She began her Public Service Career in 2001 as a Higher Executive Officer (Accounts) with the Ministry of Transportation, Internal Audit Unit till 2005.

Mrs. Kara was deployed to Women Development Centre in 2005 as Head of Internal Audit till 2006 and was deployed to General Hospital, Lagos. She redesignated from the post of Senior Executive Officer (Account) to the post of Senior Executive Officer (Audit) in 2008. 

Between 2006 and 2012 Mrs. Kara served as head of Internal Audit of various General Hospitals till 2012, afterwards she was posted to Ministry of Finance where she served in the investigation unit of Central Internal Audit Dept. (CIAD) till 2014. She was later Posted to Audit Service Commission as the head of Internal Audit Unit till 2016 and she was deployed to Public Service Office to serve as the head of Internal Audit Unit till February 2023 when she was thereafter deployed to Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget as head of Internal Audit Unit.

Mrs. Kara is a Member of Certified Forensic Investigation Professional (CFIP)

Member of International Academy of Forensic (CIAF)

Member of Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN)

MRS. ADEOLA EKUNDAYO GBADAMOSI, HEAD, INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT). Mrs Adeola Ekundayo Gbadamosi was born into the family of Hon (Chief) Adewunmi  and Chief (Mrs.) Olasimbo Lasisi on the 24th May, 1971 at Akoka, Yaba in Somolu LGA, hails from Imodi Ijebu, Odogbolu  LGA of Ogun State. Her educational career began at the Akoka Primary School, Akoka, Yaba, Lagos from 1976  till 1982, secondary education in Gbagada Girls’ Secondary School, Gbagada from 1982 till 1987. She later proceeded to Ogun State University Ago – Iwoye – now (Olabisi Onabanjo University) between September 1988 and November 1995 where she obtained B.Sc ( Hons. ) Computer Science.  In a quest to diversify and obtain additional qualifications, she trained as an Accountant and was inducted as an Associate Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria. (ICAN) in December 2010  

She joined the service of the Lagos State Government on March 1st, 2000 as a Computer Services Officer GL 08 in the Computer Services department of the Ministry of finance, which later became the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST).  She was posted to work with the Hon. Commissioner of Establishment and Training (Yeye Olukemi Nelson) as a Special Assistant on IT between January 2001 till July 2002, worked in the Ministry of Justice between July 2002 – July 2006 as the Resource Centre Personnel,  Resource Centre Personnel with the Office of Infrastructure between July 2006 – October 2009, Posted to Ministry of the Environment (October 2009 – January 2012) to Head ICT Unit, Ministry of Education 2012 – March 2017, Head, ICT Unit.  Office of Auditor General for Local Governments, Head ICT, on 11th November 2020 deployed to the Ministry of Economic Planning and budget to Head the ICT Unit till date.

Mrs Gbadamosi has attended several workshops, courses, and seminars on Information Technology and Systems Audit, also Certifications in Microsoft Advance Server, Microsoft Office Suites, Internet and Computing core Application, MCITP Enterprise Messaging Administrator Certification in Atlanta Georgia, USA in 2009, Information Systems Auditing, Advanced Diploma in Forensic Investigation and Criminal Intelligence (University of Lagos) 2019

Mrs. Gbadamosi is a Certified Information Technology Practitioner, an Associate Member of Computer Professionals of Nigeria (CPN), Member Computer Society of Nigeria (NCS), Associate Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountant of Nigeria. (ICAN) and a Member of the Inner Wheel Club of Oregun Metro.

Her hobbies are Travelling, Dancing and cooking.



Sedeeq Sharafadeen Adewale is a prince of the Ibeju Kingdom in Ibeju-Lekki. He began his educational journey at Eputu Community Primary School where he completed his First School Leaving Certificate in 1986. He then attended Community High School, Lakowe, and obtained his West African School Certificate/Senior School Certificate in 1994.

In pursuit of further education, Sedeeq attended Olabisi Onabanjo University in Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, where he earned a B.Sc. in Transport Planning and Management in 2000.

Sedeeq joined the Lagos State Civil Service on July 7, 2001, as a Traffic Officer, working for the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA). Throughout his service in LASTMA, he has also served in the Lagos State Drivers Institute and the Lagos State Procurement Agency before being posted to the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget.

Sedeeq is a member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transportation (CMILT), a member of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CHAIN), and a member of the Institute of Town Planners (NITP).

In his free time, he enjoys researching, reading, and listening to music.

MR SIKIRU OLUSESI AZEEZ (MNIPR), PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER. Sikiru Olusesi Azeez was born on the 22nd November 1968. He started his education career at Ansarud-deen Primary School Odo-Egiri, Epe between 1974 and 1980 he later proceeded to United Technical College, Odomola, (Odomola Secondary School, Odomola) Epe between 1980 and 1986 for his West African School Certificate. Between 1986 and 1988 he attended Awayewaserere College of Arabic and Islamic Studies Ososa-Ijebu-ode where he had Certificate in Arabic and Islamic Studies.

He was admitted to read Arabic at the Lagos State University Ojo in 1991 and completed his degree in 1997 and had his NYSC in Yobe State between 1997 and 1998. Between October 1998 and July 1999 he was at the Nigerian Institute of Journalism Ogba-Lagos where he bagged the Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism.

Olusesi was employed into the Lagos State civil service on 13th March 2000 as Information Officer II deployed to the information Production Department of the Ministry of information and Strategy. In August 2000 he was seconded to the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) till May 2007 when he was redeployed back to the Ministry of Information and Strategy and posted to the then Press and Public Relations Department.

He has about three unpublished works in his archive.

He is a professional member of the Nigeria Union of Journalists and Nigerian Institute of Public Relations.

His hobbies include reading, walking, listening to music and travelling.


Mr. Sunday Adeyinka was born on 16 September 1969 at Ipee in Oyun Local Government, Kwara State, Nigeria. He had his elementary education at Baptist Z.E.B. primary school, Ipee, Kwara State (1977-1983) and later attended Baptist Grammar School, Ipee 1983-1987). Thereafter, he proceeded to the Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin (1989-1995) where he obtained the Higher National Diploma (HND) in Statistics in 1995. Mr. Adetunji Proceeded to Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU), Osun State 2013-2014) where he obtained the Bachelor of Science ( in Statistics in 2014.

Mr. S.A Adetunji had a brief working experience with the Post Primary Teaching Service Commission (PPTESCOM) as a Mathematics teacher in Stadium Grammar School Agege before he joined the Lagos State Civil Service on 1st March, 2000 as a Higher Statistical Officer (GL 08) and rose to his present position of Deputy Director (GL16) with effect from 1st July, 2022 

As Head of Division (Data Bank) in the Lagos Bureau of Statistics, he applies his proficiency quite creditably in carrying out any assigned responsibilities like the computation of State Gross Domestic Products (SGDP), Conduct, analysis, and report writing of house hold survey, School safety Survey e.t.c

Mr. Adetunji had worked in the Office of Works, Ministry of Works and Infrastructure as the Head of Planning Unit. He coordinates all issues that has to do with planning in the Office of Works such as Budget, preparation of Medium-Term Sector Strategy, preparation of Performance Management Report, Data gathering from all Directorates etc.

In July, 

Mr. Adetunji, being a very hard working and result getter was deployed back to the Planning Unit in the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget in July, 2019 to reform the Unit where he is till date. 

He is an active member of Royal Statistical Society (RSS) and Nigerian Statistical Association (NSA)

professional bodies.

His hobbies are Reading, Teaching and Travelling.

To be the primary agency of government that facilitates efficient and effective mobilization, planning, allocation and utilization of resources for socio-economic transformation of Lagos State.

Ensuring continuous and dynamic socio-economic policies through prudent and equitable resource management in Lagos State.