Mr. Victor Mayomi, a native of Oba Akoko, in Akoko South West Local Government of Ondo State, joined the Federal Civil Service on 1st July, 1989 as a Senior Administrative Officer, SGL 10. He has garnered over 30 years experience in the Federal Civil Service supporting the top hierarchy of the Service and executive leaders in different sectors of the national economy in initiating, developing and implementing people-centred/inclusive public policies and programmes for the promotion of the common good.


Prior to his deployment from the Federal Ministry of Agriculture & Rural Development to the Ministry of Defence, he had served in various positions of leadership and responsibilities in The Presidency, key Federal Ministries, and Agencies in the Federal Public Service, as well in State-level Administration. Before the re-establishment of democratic governance in Nigeria in 1999, he was also privileged to have served as Personal Assistant to a Military Administrator from the Nigerian Navy. It afforded him the opportunity to work and relate with many with senior naval officers in the performance of his duties.


With core competencies in creative thinking, public policy, strategy, and plans formulation and execution, public sector reforms and change management, organizational re-engineering/remodeling, human resource management, research and consulting, amongst others, Mr. Mayomi intends to utilize the opportunity availed him as Director (Navy Affairs Department) to rapidly transform the Department into a modern, competent, resourceful, vibrant and fit-for purpose sub-entity of the Ministry, and a resource centre for providing creating solutions to a whole gamut of issues and challenges in the defence sector, especially those within the mandate areas of the Nigerian Navy.


He is committed to further nurturing and deepening the special relationship existing between the Nigerian Navy and the Department, unlocking the wealth creation capabilities of the Nigerian Navy through the introduction of new policy interventions aimed at promoting innovation and rewarding creativity in the service, given the capacity of the Armed Forces globally, when adequately incentivized, to lead at the front on innovative strides that change the tide of history positively in virtually every area of human endeavour.

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