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Nigeria finance ministry staff weep as Adeosun bows out Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 25, 2021


Staff of the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Finance wept profusely on Friday night as the former Minister of Finance, Mrs. kemi Adeosun, bade them farewell and finally stepped out of the Ministry for the last time.

The Minister encouraged and joined the staff in prayers, praise and worship to God for the over three years she handled the affairs of the Ministry.

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Mrs. Adeosun finally bowed out of office at exactly 11pm on Friday, 14 September, 2018.

Adeosun, who arrived the office at 10am on Friday, spent the day completing outstanding tasks till 11pm when she finally stepped out of office to a guard of honor mounted by the staff, her spokesman said in a statement on Saturday to Today News Africa in Washington DC.

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