According to a press release signed by the Special Adviser to the Governor on Media, Mr. Hakeem Bello, the resignation followed months of consultation during which Disu explained the need for her to devote her full time to family commitments after which Governor Fashola has had to reluctantly accept her decision to step down from the State Executive Council.
While wishing her the very best in all her endeavours, Fashola thanked Disu for her immense contributions as a public officer of several years standing and, most especially, her distinguished service as the Special Adviser on the Lagos State Central Business District from 2011 to date.
Born July 27, 1965 to the Agoro and Coker families of Lagos, Mr. Folarin-Coker attended St Gregory’s College in Obalende. He holds a B.A Hons. Degree from the University of Manchester and a post graduate from the Diplomatic Academy of Westminster University, London.
He is the son of Chief Folarin Coker, the Baba Eto of Lagos, who himself was one of the founding public servants when Lagos State was created in 1967.