Lagos Assembly appoints Oshungboye, acting Chairman LAHASCOM
In its bid to fill the existing vacuum occasioned by the sudden sack of former Chairman of Lagos State House of Assembly Service Commission – LAHASCOM, the state Assembly has appointed Otunba Richard Akin Oshungboye as the Acting Chairman.
Oshungboye’s appointment as indicated in a statement issued by the Head, Public Affairs, Mrs.Omolola Alli-Balogun was to close the gap left by Chief Wale Mogaji and ensure effective management of the Commission, this was officially communicated through a letter dated 21st July.
Up until his appointment, Otunba Oshungboye was Commissioner 1 in the Commission, aside the previous experiences of close to three decades garnered in the banking sector, out of which he spent 11 years as an HR expert before his appointment as the Special Adviser on Budget and Economic Planning to the Speaker, Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa between 2015 and 2019.
It is expected that Oshungboye will this week hold meetings with Members, Management and Staff to chart a new course for the Commission.
The new Acting Chairman, who was born on the 14th of April, 1959 has been active in the politics of the state since 2015.
The Commission’s function is to recruit personnel, promote, discipline, formulate and implement guidelines that would ensure effective and efficient service delivery in the State Legislature.
Chief Oshungboye aside possessing lots of qualities for which the opportunity now beckons, has been a right hand man of the incumbent Speaker of Lagos state House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa in Agege politics.