By Tambaya Julius
The cabinet of ministers has undergone a comprehensive overhaul, with a wave of emerging talents assuming leadership roles across pivotal portfolios.
The unveiling of these appointments took place recently, marking the culmination of an extensive and inclusive consultation process.
Minister of Communications, Innovation, and Digital Economy: Bosun Tijani
The realm of Communications, Innovation, and the Digital Economy welcomes Bosun Tijani, a visionary leader poised to steer these sectors towards an era of unprecedented growth and advancement.
Minister of State for Environment and Ecological Management: Ishak Salaco
Ishak Salaco steps into the role of Minister of State, bringing his expertise to bear on Environment and Ecological Management, ushering in a commitment to sustainable practices.
Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister of the Economy: Wale Edun
Wale Edun’s stewardship as Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister of the Economy promises a fresh perspective on fiscal policies and economic coordination.
Minister of Marine and Blue Economy: Bunmi Tunji
Bunmi Tunji spearheads the development of the Marine and Blue Economy sector, showcasing a dedication to harnessing maritime resources for sustainable growth.
Minister of Power: Adedayo Adelabu
Adedayo Adelabu takes charge of the Power sector, a crucial portfolio driving energy production and distribution across the nation.
Minister of State for Health and Social Welfare: Tunisia Alausa
Health and Social Welfare find an advocate in Tunisia Alausa, the new Minister of State, dedicated to enhancing the well-being of citizens.
Minister of Solid Minerals Development: Dele Alake
Dele Alake’s appointment as Minister of Solid Minerals Development heralds a strategic approach to unlocking the potential of this vital sector.
Minister of Tourism: Lola Ade-John
Lola Ade-John steps in as the torchbearer for Tourism, offering her expertise to elevate the nation’s cultural and natural treasures.
Minister of Transportation: Adegboyega Oyetola
Adegboyega Oyetola takes the helm of the Transportation sector, charting a course for seamless connectivity and mobility.
Minister of Industry, Trade, and Investment: Doris Anite
Doris Anite embraces the responsibility of advancing Industry, Trade, and Investment, fostering an environment conducive to economic growth.
Minister of Innovation Science and Technology: Uche Nnaji
Innovation, Science, and Technology thrive under Uche Nnaji’s leadership, as he ushers in a new era of technological progress.
Minister of State for Labour and Employment: Nkiruka Onyejeocha
Nkiruka Onyejeocha joins as Minister of State for Labour and Employment, advocating for equitable work environments and opportunities.
Minister of Women Affairs: Uju Kennedy
Uju Kennedy champions Women Affairs, spearheading initiatives that empower and uplift women across the nation.
Minister of Works: David Umahi
David Umahi undertakes the critical role of Minister of Works, overseeing infrastructure development that underpins progress.
Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development: Festus Keyamo
Festus Keyamo’s appointment as Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development sets the stage for advancements in air travel and space exploration.
Minister of Youth: Abubakar Momoh
Youth empowerment takes center stage with Abubakar Momoh as Minister of Youth, propelling the nation’s young talent towards success.
Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation: Betta Edu
Betta Edu’s role as Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation underscores the commitment to welfare and social upliftment.
Minister of State for Gas Resources: Ekperikpe Ekpo
Ekperikpe Ekpo’s leadership as Minister of State for Gas Resources focuses on harnessing the potential of this energy source.
Minister of State for Petroleum Resources: Heineken Lokpobiri
Petroleum Resources find a steward in Heineken Lokpobiri, dedicated to optimizing the nation’s oil and gas sector.
Minister of Sports Development: John Enoh
John Enoh takes charge of Sports Development, fostering a culture of athleticism and competitive spirit.
Minister of the Federal Capital Territory: Nyesom Wike
Nyesom Wike’s role as Minister of the Federal Capital Territory encompasses the strategic development of the nation’s administrative core.
Minister of Art, Culture, and the Creative Economy: Hannatu Musawa
Hannatu Musawa embraces the responsibility of promoting Art, Culture, and the Creative Economy, showcasing the nation’s rich heritage.
Minister of Defence: Mohammed Badaru
Mohammed Badaru’s leadership as Minister of Defence underscores the nation’s commitment to security and stability.
Minister of State for Defence: Bello Matawalle
Bello Matawalle, as Minister of State for Defence, reinforces the nation’s resolve to safeguard its sovereignty.
Minister of State for Education: Yusuf T. Sunumu
Yusuf T. Sunumu’s role as Minister of State for Education focuses on nurturing a knowledge-driven society.
Minister of Housing and Urban Development: Ahmed M. Dangiwa
Ahmed M. Dangiwa’s stewardship as Minister of Housing and Urban Development aims to provide citizens with quality living spaces.
Minister of State for Housing and Urban Development: Abdullah T. Gwarzo
Abdullah T. Gwarzo takes on the role of Minister of State for Housing and Urban Development, enhancing urban planning and infrastructure.
Minister of Budget and Economic Planning: Atiku Bagudu
Atiku Bagudu spearheads Budget and Economic Planning, ensuring fiscal prudence and sustainable economic growth.
Minister of State for the Federal Capital Territory: Mairiga Mahmud
Mairiga Mahmud’s leadership as Minister of State for the Federal Capital Territory focuses on urban development and efficient governance.
Minister of State for Water Resources and Sanitation: Bello M. Goronyo
Water Resources and Sanitation find an advocate in Bello M. Goronyo, championing access to clean water and sanitation facilities.
Minister of Agriculture and Food Security: Abubakar Kyar
Abubakar Kyar’s role as Minister of Agriculture and Food Security underscores the importance of food self-sufficiency.
Minister of Education: Tahir Maman
Tahir Maman’s leadership as Minister of Education prioritizes the enhancement of the nation’s educational system.
Minister of Interior: Sa’Idu A. Alkali
Sa’Idu A. Alkali’s stewardship as Minister of Interior focuses on national security and effective governance.
Minister of Foreign Affairs: Yusuf M. Tuggar
Yusuf M. Tuggar represents the nation as Minister of Foreign Affairs, fostering international relations and diplomatic ties.
Coordinating Minister of Health and Social Welfare: Ali Pate
Ali Pate’s role as Coordinating Minister of Health and Social Welfare aims to integrate healthcare and social support systems.
Minister of Police Affairs: Ibrahim Geidam.
Minister of State, Steel Development: U. Maigari Ahmadu.
Minister of Steel Development: Shuaibu A. Audu.
Minister of Information and National Orientation: Muhammed Idris
Attorney General of the Federation.
Minister of Justice: Lateef Fagbemi
Minister of Labour and Employment: Simon B. Lalong.
Minister of State, Police Affairs: Imaan Sulaiman-Ibrahim.
Minister of Special Duties and Inter-Governmental Affairs: Zephaniah Jisalo.
Minister of Water Resources and Sanitation: Joseph Utsev.
Minister of State, Agriculture and Food Security: Aliyu Sabi Abdullahi.
Minister of Environment and Ecological Management (Kaduna).