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Past Commisioners

PAST CHAIRMEN FROM 1976 TO DATE

MICHAEL N.Q SAGOE            –             1968 – 1975 AKINOLA ADIO ADEIGBIN  –             1975 – 1979 OLUTUNDE            –                                1979 – 1983 C.O BAJULAIYE            –                        1983 – 1987 A.O LEWIS –        …

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SOLOMON BABS AKINYANMI- Commissioner 1

Mr. Solomon Babs Akinyanmi on 22nd August, 1943, was born in Ajido in Badagry Local Government Area of Lagos State. He started his educational career at Anglican School, Iworo-Ajido in 1950. In 1954, he moved to Local Authority School, Ajido, Badagry and he obtained his First School Leaving Certificate in 1956. He proceeded to L.A Secondary Modern School, Ajara from …

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MR. RASHEED OLATUNDE GIWA- Commmissioner II

Mr. Rasheed Olatunde Ayinde Giwa Esq. was born on 12th March, 1963 in Lagos Island. He started his educational pursuit at the elementary level from Saint Joseph Catholic School, Elegbata, Lagos 1970-1975. He proceeded to Zumratul Islamiyya Grammar School, Yaba, for his secondary school education. He graduated from the College in 1980. Mr. Rasheed Giwa then proceeded to the University …

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GARBADEEN, OLABODE WAHEED-Commissioner III

Mr. Garbadeen, Olabode Waheed, was born into the family of Alhaji and Alhaja Adebayo Garbadeen of Epe on 31st July, 1962. He attended L.A Primary School, Epe from 1968- 1973. Mr. Garbadeen proceeded to Epe Grammar School, Epe for his Secondary School Education in 1976 and in 1981, he obtained his West Africa School Certificate (WASC). He started his working …

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MR. AJOMALE, OLADIPO OLAYINKA- Commissioner IV

Mr. Ajomale, Oladipo Olayinka, was born on 3rd July at Tokyo, Japan to the family of Otunba and Chief Mrs Henry Ajomale. He attended Command Children School, Bonny Camp, Lagos before he proceeded to St. Gregory’s College, Ikoyi/Obalende in 1987 for his Junior Secondary School Education and in 1992, he obtained his Junior Secondary School Certificate (JSSCE). For His Secondary …

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