October 26, 2021

To 41 remaining ministers: work hard or be fired-PMB

By allcitynews.ng

It may no longer be strange to topical news watchers that President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday took bold step in removing two men from ministerial duties. The fresh news now is, if he should follow his word, then the remaining 41 would need to sit tight and work harder more than ever before, else, they too can be thrown out too.

His yesterday action, which happened to be first of its kind seem to inject fresh confidence of the general public in his reign.

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As he has atleast 41 ministers, namely:          
1. Abia – Uchechukwu Samson Ogah – Minister of State, Mines and Steel Development.

2. Adamawa – Mohammed Musa Bello – Minister of FCT.

3. Akwa Ibom – Godswill Akpabio – Minister of Niger Delta Affairs.

4. Anambra – Dr Chris Ngige – Minister of Labour and Employment.

5. Anambra – Sharon Ikeazu – Minister of State, Environment.

6. Bauchi – Adamu Adamu – Minister of Education.

7. Bauchi – Ambassador Mariam Kategu – Minister of State, Trade and Investment.

8. Bayelsa – Timipre Sylvia – Minister of State, Petroleum Resources (Under President Muhammadu Buhari).

9. Benue – George Akume – Minister of Special Duties and Intergovernmental Affairs.

10. Borno – Mustapha Baba Shehuri – Minister of State Agriculture and Rural Development.

11. Cross River – Goddi Jeddi Agba – Minister of State, Power.

12. Delta – Festus Keyamo – Minister of State, Labour and Employment.

13. Ebonyi – Ogbonnaya Onu – Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation.

14. Edo – Osagie Ehanire – Minister of Health.

15. Edo – Clement Agba – Minister of State, Budget and National Planning.

16. Ekiti – Otunba Adeniyi Adebayo – Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment.

17. Enugu – Geoffrey Onyema – Minister of Foreign Affairs.

18. Gombe – Isa Ibrahim Patami – Minister of Communication.

19. Imo – Emeka Nwajiuba – Minister of State, Education.

20. Jigawa – Sulieman Adamu – Minister of Water Resources.

21. Kaduna – Zainab Ahmed – Minister of Finance.

22. Kaduna – Mohammed Mahmud – Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development.

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23. Kano – Major Bashir Sani Magashi – Minister of Defence.

24. Katsina – Hadi Serika – Minister of Aviation.

25. Kebbi – Abubakar Malami – Attorney General and Minister of Justice.

26. Kogi – Ramatu Tijani – Minister of State, FCT.

27. Kwara – Lai Mohammed – Minister of Information and Culture.

28. Kwara – Gbemisola Saraki – Minister of State, Transportation.

29. Lagos – Babatunde Raji Fashola – Minister of Works and Housing.

30. Lagos – Adeleke Mamora – Minister of State, Health.

31. Nasarawa – Mohammed Abdullahi – Minister of State, Science, Technology and Innovation.

32. Niger – Zubairu Dada – Minister of State, Foreign Affairs

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33. Ogun – Olamilekun Adegbite – Minister of Mines and Steel Development

34. Ondo – Tayo Alaosuadura – Minister of State, Niger Delta Affairs

35. Osun – Rauf Aregbesola – Minister of Interior.

36. Oyo – Sunday Dare – Minister of Youth and Sports.

37. Plateau – Pauline Talin – Minister of Woman Affairs.

38. Rivers – Rotimi Amaechi – Minister of Transportation.

39. Sokoto – Mohammed Dangidi – Minister of Police Affairs.

40. Yobe – Abubakar Aliyu – Minister of Power.

41. Zamfara – Sadiya Umar Farouk – Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development.

Then they must work to justify their portfolios or else they too may know that it is no longer business as usual.