Few individuals possess the unique mix of broad abilities, an immaculate lineage, and excellent leadership qualities in the dynamic world of leadership. One such outstanding person who is poised to significantly alter the course of events is Shuaheeb Olabode Agoro. Agoro exhibits the characteristics of a visionary leader, capable of driving transformational change in any endeavour he embarks on. He has a strong background and a reputation for excellence.
The appointment of Agoro, who is renowned for his great managerial abilities and exemplary leadership abilities, is considered as a new beginning for the Lagos State Civil Service Commission. Hakeem Muri-Okunola, the outgoing head of service, praising Agoro’s stellar performance.
Agoro is the 22nd Head of Service for the Lagos State Government, and the news of his new position has been greeted with acclaim and support. His appointment highlights his commitment to increasing efficiency, openness, and equality in governance and is a bold move towards a better future for the Lagos civil service. Agoro began working for the Lagos State Civil Service in July 2003, and since then, he has held a number of jobs. Between 2003 to 2015, he held the positions of Director of Land Services and Director of Land Regularisation at the Lands Bureau. He was named the Permanent Secretary of the Lands Bureau on August 2, 2015
Agoro worked as the Legal Officer at Legal Technologies Limited in London from 1999 to 2000 before joining the civil service. His outstanding resume and impressive educational background speak for themselves.
Agoro’s participation in several professional organizations, including the Nigerian Bar Association, the International Bar Association, the Law Society of England & Wales, and the Institute of Petroleum London, demonstrates his zeal for learning and professional development.
Agoro also holds an LLM in Petroleum Law and Policy from the Centre for Energy Petroleum Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP) at the University of Dundee in Scotland, and completed his BPP Law School in England in 2002.