Amaechi ,Onyema, Ngige,Adamu, Sirika, Bello, Ahmed , Malami , Mohammed and Onu retain Ministries.
Fashola retains Works and Housing, but loses Power Ministry.
Kemi Daisi, FCT – President Muhammadu Buhari today inaugurated his cabinet today, swearing in 43 ministers to oversee a couple of ministries in his second tenure as President.
The inaguration saw ten ministers, Rotimi Amaechi, Geoffrey Onyema, Chris Ngige, Adamu Adamu, Hadi Sirika, Mohammed Bello, Zainab Ahmed , Abubakar Malami , Lai Mohammed and Ogbonnaya Onu retain their former ministries while Fashola lost his Super Minister status as former Minister for Power , Works and Housing to just being a Minister for Works and Housing.
Key changes to the cabinet did include the appointment of Sunday Dare (Youths and Sports) Dr. Pantami (Communications) Sharon Ikeazor (Environment, State) Rauf Aregbeshola( Interior)and Timipriye Sylva (Petroleum, State)
Others include, Sabo Nanono (Agriculture), Major Bashir Magashi(Defence) , Ramatu Tijani Aliyu , FCT (State), Gbemisola Saraki (Transportation State) Mamora( Health) Godswill Akpabio(Niger Delta Affairs) and Festus Keyamo( Niger Delta, State).
The ministerial cabinet had earlier been announced in July with the ministers undergoing security checks and a screening excercise by the Senate.
Below is a list of the Ministers and their assigned ministries.
1. Uchechukwu Samson Ogah (Abia) – Minister of state for mines and steel development
2. Mohammed Musa Bello (Adamawa) – Minister of FCT
3. Godswill Akpabio (Akwa Ibom) – Minister of Niger Delta
4. Dr Chris Ngige (Anambra ) – Minister of labour and productivity
5. Sharon Ikeazor ( Anambra) – Minister of State for Environment
6. Adamu Adamu (Bauchi) – Minister of education
7. Ambassador Mariam Kategu (Bauchi) – Minister of state for industry, trade and investment
8. Timipre Sylvia (Bayelsa) – Minister of state for petroleum
9. George Akume (Benue) – Minister of special duties
10. Mustapha Baba Shehuri (Borno) – Minister of state for agriculture
11. Godwin Jeddi Agba (Cross River) – Minister of state for power
12. Festus Keyamo – (Delta) – Minister of state for Niger Delta
13. Ogbonnaya Onu (Ebonyi) – Minister of science and technology
14. Osagie Ehanire (Edo) – Minister for health
15. Clement Agba (Edo) – Minister of state for budget and national planning
16. Otunba Adeniyi Adebayo (Ekiti) – Minister of industry, trade and investment
17. Geoffrey Onyeama (Enugu) – Minster of foreign affairs
18. Isa Ibrahim Pantami (Gombe) – Minister of communication
19. Emeka Nwajuba (Imo) – Minister of state for education
20. Zainab Ahmed (Kaduna) – Minister of finance
21. Suleiman Adamu (Jigawa) – Minister of water resources
22. Mohammad Mahmoud (Kaduna) – Minister of environment
23. Sabo Nanono (Kano) – Minister of agriculture
24. Major Bashir Magashi (Kano) – Minister of defence
25. Hadi Sirika (Katsina) – Minister of aviation
26. Abubakar Malami (Kebbi) – AGF and minister of justice
27. Ramatu Tijani Aliyu (Kogi) – Minister of state for FCT
28. Olorunimbe Mamora (Lagos) – Minister of state for health
29. Gbemisola Saraki (Kwara) – Minister of state for transportation
30. Babatunde Fashola (Lagos) – Minister of works and housing
31. Alhaji Lai Mohammed (Kwara) – Minister for Information and Culture
32. Mohammed Abdullahi (Nasarawa) – Minister of state for science & technology
33. Zubairu Dada (Niger) – Minister of state for foreign affairs
34. Olamilekun Adegbite (Ogun) – Minister of mines and steel development
35. Tayo Alasoadura (Ondo) – Minister of state for labour
36. Rauf Aregbesola (Osun) – Minister of interior
37. Sunday Dare (Oyo) – Minister of youth and sports
38. Paulen Tallen (Plateau) – Minister of women affairs
39. Rotimi Amaechi (Rivers) – Minister of transport
40. Mohammed Maigari Dangyadi (Sokoto) – Minister of police affairs
41. Saleh Mamman (Taraba) – Minister of power
42. Abubakar Aliyu (Yobe) – Minister of state for works and housing
43. Sadiya Umar Farouk (Zamfara) – Minister of humanitarian affairs, disaster management and social