The Lagos State Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture has assured Barrister Olufemi Martins, the newly appointed Special Adviser to the Governor, of the support and cooperation of all staff in the Ministry.

Pharm. (Mrs.) Uzamat Akinbile-Yusuff gave the assurance during the welcome ceremony organised for Barrister Martins, noting that a lot has been done and more still needs to be done for the progress of the Ministry.

Her words: “In this Ministry, I assure you of a peaceful and work-friendly environment. However, I must urge you to be ready for hard work towards achieving the set goals and objectives of the Ministry because we are determined to give everyone the best of Lagos at all times”.

Also speaking, the Permanent Secretary, Mrs. Oyinade Nathan-Marsh, congratulated the new Special Adviser on his appointment, assuring him of the support of the entire staff and their readiness to work with him for the success of the Ministry and State Government.

Responding, Martins thanked everyone for the warm welcome, declaring his readiness to work with everybody and contribute his quota to achieve the Greater Lagos vision of Governor Sanwo-Olu for the Tourism and Entertainment sector.

The new Special Adviser to the Governor, Barrister Olufemi Martins succeeds Mr. Solomon Bonu who resigned from office three months ago in pursuit of his political ambition