President Muhammadu Buhari, on Wednesday swore in the 43 appointed ministers at the Federal Executive Council Chambers, Presidential Villa, Abuja.
Buhari who announced the portfolio of each minister shortly after they were sworn in, urged them to direct all memos to his Chief of Staff Abba Kyari.
The president retained the portfolio of Minister of Petroleum Resources, while Timipre Sylva was announced as Minister of State for Petroleum.
Babatunde Fashola who was the Minister of Power, Works and Housing was stripped off the Power portfolio, as Saleh Mamman who was nominated from Taraba now occupies the position, while Goddy Agba is the Minister of State for Power.
The list of ministers and their portfolios are listed below:
1 Uchechukwu Samson Ogah (Abia) – Minister of State Mines And Steel.
2. Muhammadu Bello (Adamawa) – Minister of FCT.
3. God’swill Akpabio (Akwa Ibom) – Minister of Niger delta.
4. Dr Chris Ngige (Anambra ) – Minister of Labour and Employment.
5. Sharon Ikeazu (Anambra) – Minister of State Environment.
6. Adamu Adamu – (Bauchi) – Minister of Education.
7. Amb Maryam Katagum – (Bauchi) – Minister of State for Industry, Trade and Investment.
8. Timipre Silva (Bayelsa) – Minister of State for Petroleum.
9. Sen. George Akume (Benue) – Minister for Special Duties
10. Mustapha Baba Shehuri (Borno) – Minister of State for Agriculture.
11. Godwin Jedi-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. Dr. Osagie Ehanire (Edo) – Minister of Health
15. Clement Ikanade Agba (Edo) – Minister of State for Budget and National Planning.
16. Otunba Adeniyi Adebayo (Ekiti) – Minister for Industry, Trade and Investment.
17. Geoffrey Onyeama (Enugu) Minister for Foreign Affairs.
18. Dr. Ali Isa Pantami (Gombe) – Minister for Communication.
19. Emeka Nwajuba (Imo) – Minister of State for Education.
20. Suleiman Adamu (Jigawa) Minister for Water Resources
21. Zainab Shamsuna Ahmed (Kaduna) – Minister for Finance, Budget and National Planning.
22. Dr. Mohammad Mahmoud (Kaduna) – Minister for Environment
23. Mohammed Sabo Nanono (Kano) – Minister for Agriculture
24. Maj. Gen. Bashir Magashi (rtd) – (Kano) – Minister of Defence
25. Hadi Sirika (Katsina) – Minister for Aviation
26. Abubakar Malami (Kebbi), Honorable Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice.
27. Ramatu Tijani Aliyu (Kogi) – Minister of State for FCT.
28. Lai Mohammed (Kwara) Minister of Information and Culture.
29. Gbemisola Saraki (Kwara) Minister of State for Transportation.
30. Babatunde Raji Fashola (Lagos) – Minister for Works and Housing
31. Adeleke Mamora (Lagos) – Minister of State for Health
32. Mohammed A. Abdullahi (Nasarawa) – Minister of State for Science & Tech.
33. Amb. Zubairu Dada (Niger) – Minister of State for Foreign Affairs.
34. Olamilekan Adegbite (Ogun) – Minister For Mines & Steel Development.
35. Sen. Omotayo Alasuadura (Ondo) – Minister of State for Labour.
36. Rauf Aregbesola (Osun) – Minister for Interior.
37. Sunday Dare (Oyo) – Minister Youth and Sports.
38. Dame Pauline Tallen (Plateau) – Women Affairs.
39. Rotimi Amaechi (Rivers) – Minister for Transportation.
40. Mohammed Maigari Dangyadi (Sokoto) – Minister for Police Affairs.
41. Engr. Sale Mamman (Taraba) – Minister for Power.
42. Abubakar D. Aliyu (Yobe) Minister of State for Works and Housing.
43. Sadiya Umar Faruk (Zamfara) – Minister for Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development.