Thursday , February 18 2021

Obaseki mourns death of former Head of Service, SSG, Simon Imuekemhe

BENIN CITY – The Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, has mourned the passing of the state’s former Head of Service (HoS) and Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Dr. Simon Omoaka Imuekemhe.

In a statement, the Secretary to the State Government, Osarodion Ogie Esq., said “The Governor of Edo State, His Excellency, Mr. Godwin Obaseki has received with deep shock, the news of the death of a one-time Head of Service and Secretary to the State Government, Dr. Simon Omoaka Imuekemhe, KSM, FNIM (JP).”

He noted, “Dr. Simon Imuekemhe joined the then Bendel State Public Service in 1988 as a Consultant Pediatrician. He held several positions in the Hospitals Management Board and was appointed Permanent Secretary in 1999.

“Dr. Imuekemhe was Head of the Edo State Civil Service from 2005-2011 when he retired from the Civil Service. He was appointed Secretary to the State Government in 2011, a position he held till November, 2012.”

According to him, “Edo State Government mourns the loss of an Administrative Colossus, who impacted positively on all spheres of Public Service having served the State under four (4) Military Administrators and three (3) Civilian Governors.

“Our deep and sincere condolences go to his wife, children, the entire Imuekemhe family, the Public Service and the good people of Edo State. May the good Lord grant us the fortitude to bear this huge loss,” Ogie added.

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