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Ministerial Portfolio: Tinubu Assigns Finance To Wale Edun, Wike FCT,

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President Bola Tinubu has released list of ministerial portfolios assigned to the nominees recently screened and confirmed for appointment by the Senate of the National Assembly.

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According to a statement signed by Willie Bassey, Director of Information, Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, on Wednesday, Tinubu appointed Wale Edun as the Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister of the Economy, while former Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike was named as Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Former governor of Ebonyi State and now a Senator, David Umahi was appointed as Minister of Works, while his counterpart in Jigawa, Mohammed Abubakar Badaru, was assigned to the Ministry of Defence.

Ex-Governor of Plateau State, Simon Lalong is for Labour and Employment.

Also, Lateef Fagbemi, SAN, was appointed as the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice.

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Below is the list of the ministerial portfolios:

1. Yusuf Sununu – Minister of Education

2. Nyesom Wike – FCT

3. Mohammed Badaru – Defence

4. Ahmed Dangiwa – Housing and Urban Development

5. Simon Lalong – Labour and Employment

6. Bosun Tuani – Minister of Communications, Innovation and
Digital Economy

7. Ishak Salaco – Minister of State,
Environment and Ecological Management

8. Wale Edun – Minister of Finance and
Coordinating Minister of the Economy

9. Bunmi Tunji – Minister of Marine and Blue Economy

10. Adedayo Adelabu- Minister of Power

11. Tunji Alausa – Minister of State, Health and Social Welfare

12. Dele Alake – Minister of Solid
Minerals Development

13. Lola Ade-John- Minister of Tourism

14. Adegboyega Oyetola – Minister of

15. Doris Anite – Minister of Industry,
Trade and Investment

16. Uche Nnaji – Minister of Innovation
Science and Technology

17. Nkiruka Onyejeocha – Minister of
State, Labour and Employment

18. Uju Kennedy – Minister of Women

19. David Umahi – Minister of Works

20. Festus Keyamo – Minister of Aviation
and Aerospace Development

21. Abubakar Momoh – Minister of Youth

22. Betta Edu – Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation

23. Ekperikpe Ekpo – Minister of State, Gas Resources

24. Heineken Lokpobiri – Minister of
State, Petroleum Resources

25. John Enoh – Minister of Sports

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Ministerial Portfolio: Tinubu Assigns Finance To Wale Edun, Wike FCT

Ministerial Portfolio: Tinubu Assigns Finance To Wale Edun, Wike FCT


Ministerial Portfolio: Tinubu Assigns Finance To Wale Edun, Wike FCT

As indicated in the statement, Inauguration of the  ministers will take place on Monday, 21 August at the State House Conference Centre, Aso Villa Abuja.

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