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Folarin-Coker replaces Disu as Fashola’s CBD adviser

Folarin-Coker replaces Disu as Fashola’s CBD adviser
June 13
21:49 2014

Mrs. Derin Disu, the special adviser on Central Business Districts to  governor of Lagos State, Babatunde Fashola, has resigned her appointment.

Disu, who was once chairman of Lagos Island Local Government, explained that she needed to devote more time to family commitments.

“I am retiring voluntarily to attend to family matters as the eldest child of the Braithwaite family,” she said.

She thanked the staff for their support and assistance towards making her tenure a success, and promised to respond positively to the needs of the agency whenever she was called upon.


Fashola accepted Disu’s resignation, and replaced her with managing director of Lagos State Number Plate Production Agency, Mr. Folorunsho Folarin-Coker (pictured).

Mr. Hakeem Bello, the special adviser to the governor on media, expressed Fashola’s gratitude to Disu for her immense contributions to the state through the office, which she has handled since 2011.

Born on July 27, 1965, the new special adviser on central business districts attended St Gregory’s College, Obalende and holds a B.A. Hons. degree from the University of Manchester, and a post-graduate from the Diplomatic Academy of Westminster University, London.



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