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List Of Current Nigeria's Ministers

List Of Current Nigeria's Ministers  ; Current Nigerian ministers 2011. ( Updated Feb 2013 ) Professor Chinedu Nebo - Minister of power Ngozi Okonjo Iweala - Minister of Finance Olusegun Aganga - Minister for Trade and ...

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    Current Nigerian ministers 2011. ( Updated Feb 2013 )

    Professor Chinedu Nebo - Minister of power

    Ngozi Okonjo Iweala - Minister of Finance

    Olusegun Aganga - Minister for Trade and Investment

    Dr. Yerima Lawal Ngama - Minister of state finance

    Deziani Alison-Madueke - Minister of petroleum resources

    Dr. Akinwunmi Ayo Adesina - Minister of Agriculture

    Alhaji Bukar TijanA - Minister of state Agric

    Bala Muhammed - Minister of FCT

    Mrs. Olajumoke - Minister of State for FCT

    Sanusi Dagash - Minister of works

    Amb. Bashir Yugudu - Minister of State, Works.

    Shamsudeen Usman - Minister of National planning ( Sacked, New, yet to be announced )

    Mohammed Adoke - Attorney General and Minister of Justice

    Mrs. Stella Oduah-Ogiemwonyi- Minister of Aviation

    Mr. Edem Duke - Minister of culture and tourism;

    Ruqayyatu Rufai - Minister of education ( Sacked, New, Nyesom Wike)

    Mrs. Hadiza Ibrahim Mailafa - Minister of environment ( Sacked, New, yet to be announced )

    Amb. Olugbenga Ashiru-Honourable - Minister of Foreign affairs ( Sacked, New, yet to be announced )

    Prof. (Mrs) Viola Onwuliri - Minister of state Foreign affairs.

    Professor Onyebuchi Chukwu - Minister of Health

    Dr. Mohammed Pate - Minister of state Health

    Labaran Maku - Minister of information and communications

    Labaran Maku - Minister of state information and communications

    Comrade Abba Moro - Minister of Interior

    Chukwuemeka Wogu - Minister of Labour and productivity

    Arc. Mohammed Musa Sada - Minister of mines and steel development

    Elder Godsday Orubebe - Minister of Niger Delta

    Hajia Zainab Ibrahim Kuchi - Minister of State Niger Delta

    Dr. Bello H. Mohammed -Minister of Defence

    Erelu Olusola Obada - Minister Of State Defence ( Sacked, New, yet to be announced )

    Navy Capt. Caleb Olubolade (rtd) - Minister of Police Affairs

    Prof. Ita Okon Bassey Ewa - Minister of Science and Technology
    ( Sacked, New, yet to be announced )
    Senator Idris A.Umar - Minister of Transport

    Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi - Minister of Youth Development

    Hajia Zainab Maina - Minister Of Women Affairs

    Alhaji Yusuf Suleiman - Minister of sport and chairman national sport commission

    Ms. Ama Pepple - Land, Housing and Urban Development ( Sacked, New, yet to be announced )

    Kabiru Turaki - Minister of Special Duties

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    I believe these crop of ministers without the support of the populace wont do any good.let us support them and continually hold them accountable when they go wrong.democracy is the government of the people,by the people and for the people.Democracy has come to stay and we should all embrace it and enjoy its dividends



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    I pray dat all dis ministers shud carry out de affairs of dis country and deliver us 4rm de hands of boko haram



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    thanx for this info.



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    At times i laugh, because Nigeria is full of wonders that can not but laugh about, Ministerial list, well i Pray for Good governance in each sector, but i must say these, i think we compare what looks alike, we still face thesame lane, we have raced for so many years without changes, same people in same goverment will always give same result. A rat in cow shoe, though we all see them when being questioned/ interviewed, but are they choosen on merit? a Nvy Capt. in Police world, well they still belong to same mother but what diffrent is he going to make, does he know the problem facing them internally? Nigeria wake up and think, I love my Mother Land



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    One can not pass any evaluation now because they are just starting. Most of them are politically selected. They are PDP inclined. This party has failed us all this while. I dont want to be tempted to pass judgement. NOW, Mohammed Adoke should be sacked for giving wrong advice to GEJ on EFCC & ICPC, as well as Ayo Salami saga. He has nothing to offer. One doesn't even know how he got his "SAN". Although most of these 'come chop' cabinet members are expert, they are just representative of 'god-fathers' who have been ignobly rulling this country. Let's wait & see, only time will tell.



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    FLOODING: ANOTHER THREAT. So many people just lost their lives, while some lost properties worth millions of naira in Ibadan. Before now there had been warnings from weather experts, & even some spiritual fathers, that there will be floodin this year. The question is: what has Nigerian government done to prevent this preventable natural disaster? Government's non-challant attitudes has caused so many people even their lives. Government should immediately do something, before a bigger disaster would happen. In addition, waste management should be looked into. While some countries make good use of these wastes, Nigerian government dont think this is a lucrative venture, which can as well reduce unemployment in this country. God bless Nigeria but put is enemies in bondage.



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    The president of the federal republic of Nigeria has taken a right decision by forming a vibrant cabinet, people he has included in his cabinent are people of vision and mission such people like Abba Moro have served in various capacies and can bring out the best for the good governance of the nation.



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    Thank you for this information, i hope there will be a way to keep updating it as the list keeps changing every now and then.



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    No judgement will be pass yet until the final day of their services. Nigerians should fold their hands & begin to watch if they are capable of deliver us from this mess 'time will tell'. I pray God should make them to have human feeling so as to utilize th potentials of democracy in our society. Godbless Nigeria...



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    i pray ther will be a difference dis time in our economy



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    With this cabinet, i think we are on the right path. Thanks for the information and keep up the good work...



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    "Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all times you can, to all the people you can, as long as you ever can" The ministers should be challenged by the spate of insecurity and starvation in the country today and therefore get the President initiate a far reaching decisions to solve some of this problem.



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    As usual,they will not bring any change becouse all of them were not chosing base on merit, but chance



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