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Thursday, August 22, 2019

Full List Of Ministers Sworn In By Buhari - Fashola Losses A Ministry

Buhari Ministers
President Muhammadu Buhari has today sworn in the 43 Ministers approved by the Nigerian Senate.

Former Lagos State governor, Babatunde Fashola losses  Federal minister of power to Taraba state Saleh Mamman, while Lai Mohammed, Chris Ngige and Rotimi Ameachi retained positions. 

See the Ministers and their portfolios below;

  • Abia State - Uchechukwu Samson Ogah: Minister of State Mines and Steel Delvelopment
  • Adamawa State - Mohammed musa Bello: Minister of Federal Capital Territory
  • Akwa Ibom State - God’swill Akpabio: Minister of Niger Delta
  • Anambra State - Dr Chris Ngige: Minister of Labor and Employment
  • Anambra State - Sharon Ikeazu:  Minister of State Environment
  • Bauchi State - Adamu Adamu: Minister of Education
  • Bauchi State - Ambassador Mariam Kategu: Minsiter of State Trade and Investment
  • Bayelsa State - Timipre Sylva: Minister of State Petroleum Resources
  • Benue State - George Akume: Minister of Special Duties and International Affairs
  • Borno State - Mustapha Baba Shehuri: Minsiter of  State Agriculture and Rural development
  • Cross River - Goddi Jeddi Agba: Minister of State Power
  • Delta State - Festus Keyamo: Minsiter of State Niger Delta
  • Ebonyi State - Ogbonnaya Onu: Minister of Science and Technology
  • Edo State - Osagie Ehanire: Minister of Health
  • Edo State - Clement Agba:  Minister of  State Budget and National Planning
  • Ekiti State  - Otunba Adeniyi Adebayo: Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment
  • Enugu State - Geoffrey Onyeama: Minister of Foreign Investment
  • Gombe State - Isa Ibrahim Pantami: Minister of Communication
  • Imo State - Emeka Nwajiuba: Minister of State Education
  • Jigawa State - Sulieman Adamu: Minister of Water Resources
  • Kaduna State - Zainab Ahmed: Minister of Finance
  • Kaduna State - Mohammed Mahmud: Minister of Environment
  • Kano State - Sabo Nanono: Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development
  • Kano State - Major Bashir Magashi: Minister of Defence
  • Katsina State - Hadi Sirika: Minsiter of Aviation
  • Kebbi State - Abubakar Malami: Attorney General and Minister of Justice
  • Kogi State - Ramatu Tijani: FCT Minister of State
  • Kwara State - Lai Mohammed: Minister of Information
  • Kwara State - Gbemisola Saraki : Minister of State Transportation
  • Lagos State - Olorunmibe Mamora: Minister of State Health
  • Lagos State - Babatunde Fashola: Minister of Works and Housing
  • Nasarawa State - Mohammed Abdullahi: Minsiter fo state Science and Technology
  • Niger State - Zubairu Dada: Minister of State Foreign Affairs
  • Ogun State - Olamilekun Adegbite: Minister of Mines and Steel Development
  • Ondo State - Tayo Alaosuadura: Minsiter of State Labour and Employment
  • Osun State - Rauf Aregbesola: Minister of Interior
  • Oyo State - Sunday Dare: Minsiter of Youths and Sports
  • Plateau State -  Paulen Talen: Minister of Women Affairs
  • Rivers State -  Rotimi Amaechi: Minsiter of Transportation
  • Sokoto State - Maigarai Dingyadi: Minister of Police Affairs
  • Taraba State - Saleh Mamman: Minister of Power
  • Yobe - Abubakar Aliyu: Minister of State Works and Housing
  • Zamfara State - Sadiya Umar Farouk: Minister of Humanitarion Affair and National Disaster

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