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Ogundeko assumes office as LASIEC’s permanent secretary

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Mr. Sesan Tunde Ogundeko sworn in as Permanent Secretary of LAISEC

The recently appointed Permanent Secretary, by the Lagos State government, Mr. Sesan Tunde Ogundeko has assumed office as Permanent Secretary of the Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission (LASIEC).
 
According to a statement from Director, Public Affairs, LASIEC, Mr Oladapo Olatunde, Ogundeko, a lawyer, succeeds Mr Olumide Abayomi Lawal, the former Permanent Secretary of the commission who died recently.

Until his new appointment, Ogundeko was the Director, Legislative Drafting and Legal Services Department of  the Lagos State House of Assembly, where he also served as Legal Adviser to several committees of the House.

 
Born on December 11, 1968 he attended St. James’ Cathedral Primary School, Oke–Bola, Ibadan where he obtained his Primary School Leaving Certificate in 1980.

He also attended Christ Apostolic Grammar School, Ibadan between 1981 and 1984 before he moved to the Baptist Academy, Obanikoro, Lagos in 1985 where he obtained his West African School Certificate in 1986.
 
In 1987, Ogundeko was admitted into the Lagos State University (LASU), graduating in 1991 with his first degree in Law. He thereafter proceeded to the Nigerian Law School where he obtained his Bachelor of Law degree in 1992.
 
Also in a bid to satisfy his quest for more knowledge, he obtained a Master’s degree in Public Administration (MPA) from the University of Lagos in 2003 and another Master’s degree in Legislative Drafting from the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.



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