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COMPLETE ROSTER UNVEILED: President Bola Tinubu’s Administration Announces Ministers and Their Key Portfolios

In a noteworthy development, the Office of the Presidency officially revealed the composition of President Bola Tinubu’s ministerial team on Wednesday. This discerning selection of individuals aims to spearhead a comprehensive agenda that spans various sectors of the nation’s governance.

The roster, as disclosed, is as follows:

  • Assuming the crucial role of Minister of Communications, Innovation, and Digital Economy is Bosun Tijani.
  • Responsible for the oversight of Environment and Ecological Management, Ishak Salako takes the post of Minister of State.
  • Wale Edun has been appointed as both the Minister of Finance and the Coordinating Minister of the Economy.
  • With a keen focus on maritime interests, Bunmi Tunji-Ojo assumes the role of Minister of Marine and Blue Economy.
  • Adebayo Adelabu is entrusted with the challenging portfolio of Minister of Power.
  • Playing a pivotal role in the health and social welfare sectors, Tunji Alausa takes up the position of Minister of State.
  • Steering the trajectory of Solid Minerals Development, Dele Alake steps into the role of Minister.
  • The realm of Tourism falls under the purview of Lola Ade-John as the newly appointed Minister.
  • Adegboyega Oyetola is set to oversee the multifaceted domain of Transportation as Minister.
  • As the helm of Industry, Trade, and Investment, Doris Anite’s appointment brings a wealth of experience.
  • Spearheading the frontiers of Innovation, Science, and Technology is Uche Nnaji, who assumes the role of Minister.
  • Nkiruka Onyejeocha, as Minister of State, is tasked with matters of Labour and Employment.
  • Uju Kennedy’s appointment as Minister of Women Affairs holds significant promise for gender-related policy initiatives.
  • David Umahi secures the pivotal role of Minister of Works, promising advancements in infrastructure.
  • The crucial domain of Aviation and Aerospace Development rests in the capable hands of Festus Keyamo as Minister.
  • Abubakar Momoh’s stewardship as Minister of Youth underscores the government’s commitment to engaging the nation’s young populace.
  • With a compassionate approach, Betta Edu leads as Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation.
  • As Minister of State for Gas Resources, Ekperikpe Ekpo is poised to contribute to the nation’s energy landscape.
  • Heineken Lokpobiri, as Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, grapples with complex issues at the heart of the energy sector.
  • John Enoh’s appointment as Minister of Sports Development signifies a renewed focus on athletic progress.
  • Nyesom Wike, as Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, shoulders the task of urban development and administration.
  • Abdullahi Gwarzo takes up the post of Minister of State for Housing and Urban Development, pivotal for infrastructural expansion.
  • The crucial portfolio of Budget and Economic Planning is entrusted to Atiku Bagudu, a seasoned administrator.
  • Mariga Mahmoud, as Minister of State for the Federal Capital Territory, lends his expertise to urban development.
  • Bello Goronyo’s appointment as Minister of State for Water Resources and Sanitation reinforces the government’s commitment to water management.
  • Abubakar Kyari’s role as Minister of Agriculture underscores the importance of food security and agricultural progress.
  • Tahir Mamman, as Minister of Education, holds the reins of shaping the nation’s intellectual landscape.
  • Overseeing matters of Police Affairs is Ibrahim Geidam, whose role is crucial for maintaining law and order.
  • In the realm of diplomacy and international relations, Yusuf Tuggar assumes the role of Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Saidu Alkali, as Minister of Interior, is tasked with upholding the nation’s security and internal affairs.
  • In the domain of Health and Social Welfare, Ali Pate takes on the role of Coordinating Minister, emphasizing the human aspect of public administration.
  • Maigari Ahmadu, as Minister of State for Steel and Development, aims to bolster the steel industry.
  • Shuaibu Audu, Minister of Steel and Development, plays a pivotal role in industrial advancement.
  • Communicating the government’s policies and initiatives falls to Muhammed Idris, who takes up the role of Minister of Information and National Orientation.
  • Upholding justice and legal integrity is Lateef Fagbemi, who assumes the mantle of Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice.
  • In the intricate interplay of labor and employment, Simon Lalong’s tenure as Minister holds significant implications.
  • Inman Suleiman, as Minister of State for Police Affairs, works on fortifying the nation’s law enforcement.
  • Zephaniah Jisalo, as Minister of Special Duties, shoulders a versatile portfolio of responsibilities.
  • Joseph Utsev’s role as Minister of Water Resources and Sanitation marks a commitment to water management and hygiene.
  • Aliyu Abdullahi, as Minister of State for Agriculture and Food Security, underscores the importance of sustenance and agricultural stability.
  • In the vibrant sphere of Arts, Culture, and Creative Economy, Hannatu Musawa’s stewardship promises artistic growth.
  • Muhammed Badaru takes on the formidable role of Minister of Defence, safeguarding the nation’s security interests.
  • Bello Matawalle, as Minister of State for Defence, contributes to the strategic defense framework.
  • Tanko Sununu, as Minister of State for Education, shapes the nation’s academic landscape.
  • Urban development and housing matters are entrusted to Ahmed Dangiwa, the Minister of Housing and Urban Development.

The unveiling of this diverse and experienced ministerial team reflects President Bola Tinubu’s vision for comprehensive governance across multiple sectors, paving the way for promising developments in Nigeria’s political and economic landscape.


Ademola Adeyemi

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