The list, released in a statement made available to Channels Television, included Nyesom Wike as Minister of Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and Festus Keyamo.
The list, released in a statement made available, included former Rivers State governor Nyesom Wike as Minister of Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and Festus Keyamo as head of the Aviation Ministry, while Dele Alake will man the Solid Minerals Development Ministry.
Other ministers are Wale Edun (Finance and Coordinating Minister of the Economy), Adegboyega Oyetola (Transportation), David Umahi (Works), Festus Keyamo (Aviation and Aerospace Development), and Betta Edu (Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation).
The President reserved the Minister of Environment and Ecological Management, for Kaduna State. Recall that former Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, and two other ministerial nominees were screened by the Senate but were not confirmed. A replacement is expected from Kaduna State following the withdrawal of the ex-governor.
See the full list below:
- Bosun Tijani – Minister of Communications, Innovation and Digital Economy.
- Ishak Salaco – Minister of State, Environment and Ecological Management.
- Wale Edun – Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister of the Economy.
- Bunmi Tunji – Minister of Marine and Blue Economy.
- Adedayo Adelabu – Minister of Power.
- Tunisia Alausa – Minister of State, Health and Social Welfare.
- Dele Alake – Minister of Solid Minerals Development.
- Lola Ade-John – Minister of Tourism.
- Adegboyega Oyetola – Minister of Transportation.
- Doris Anite – Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment.
- Uche Nnaji – Minister of Innovation Science and Technology.
- Nkiruka Onyejeocha – Minister of State, Labour and Employment.
- Uju Kennedy – Minister of Women Affairs.
- David Umahi – Minister of Works.
- Festus Keyamo – Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development.
- Abubakar Momoh – Minister of Youth.
- Betta Edu – Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation.
- Ekperikpe Ekpo – Minister of State, Gas Resources.
- Heineken Lokpobiri – Minister of State, Petroleum Resources.
- John Enoh – Minister of Sports Development.
- Nyesom Wike – Minister of Federal Capital Territory.
- Hannatu Musawa – Minister of Art, Culture and the Creative Economy.
- Mohammed Badaru – Minister of Defence.
- Bello Matawalle – Minister of State Defence.
- Yusuf T. Sunumu – Minister of State Education.
- Ahmed M. Dangiwa – Minister of Housing and Urban Development.
- Abdullah T. Gwarzo – Minister of State, Housing and Urban Development.
- Atiku Bagudu – Minister of Budget and Economic Planning.
- Mairiga Mahmud – Minister of State, Federal Capital Territory.
- Bello M. Goronyo – Minister of State, Water Resources and Sanitation.
- Abubakar Kyar – Minister of Agriculture and Food Security.
- Tahir Maman – Minister of Education.
- Sa’Idu A. Alkali – Minister of Interior.
- Yusuf M. Tuggar – Minister of Foreign Affairs.
- Ali Pate – Coordinating Minister of Health and Social Welfare.
- Ibrahim Geidam – Minister of Police Affairs.
- U. Maigari Ahmadu – Minister of State, Steel Development.
- Shuaibu A. Audu – Minister of Steel Development.
- Muhammed Idris – Minister of Information and National Orientation.
- Lateef Fagbemi – Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice.
- Simon B. Lalong – Minister of Labour and Employment.
- Imaan Sulaiman-Ibrahim – Minister of State, Police Affairs.
- Zephaniah Jisalo – Minister of Special Duties and Inter-Govermental Affairs.
- Joseph Utsev – Minister of Water Resources and Sanitation.
- Aliyu Sabi Abdullahi – Minister of State, Agriculture and Food Security.