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Full list of Tinubu’s ministers and their portfolios



President Bola Ahmed Tinubu on Wednesday announced the assignment of portfolios to his ministers 10 days after they were cleared by the Senate.

Below is the full list of the ministers and the portfolios assigned them as put out by the Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation:

1. Hannatu Musawa – Ministry of Art, Culture and the Creative Economy

2. Mohammed Badaru – Minister of Defence

3. Bello Matawalle – Minister of State, Defence

4. Tahir Maman – Minister of Education

5. Yusuf T. Sununu – Minister of State, Education

6. Ahmed M. Dangiwa – Minister of Housing & Urban Development

7. Abdullahi Gwarzo – Minoster of State, Housing & Urban Development

8. Atiku Bagudu – Minister of Budget & Economic Planning

9. Ishak Salako – Minister of State, Environment & Ecological Management

10. Nyesom Wike – Minister of Federal Capital Territory

11. Mairiga Mahmud – Minister of State, Federal Capital Territory

12. Joseph Utsev – Minister of Water Resources & Sanitation

13. Bello M. Goronyo – Minister of State, Water Resources & Sanitation

14. Abubakar Kyari – Minister of Agriculture & Food Security

15. Aliyu Sabi Abdullahi – Minister of State, Agriculture & Food Security

16. Saidu A. Alkali- Minister of Interior

17. Yusuf M. Tuggar – Minister of Foreign Affairs

18. Ali Pate – Coordinating Minister of Health & Social Welfare

19. Tunji Alausa – Minister of State, Health & Social Welfare

20. Ibrahim Geidam – Minister of Police Affairs

21. Imaan Sulaiman-Ibrahim – Minister of State, Police Affairs

22. Shuaibu A. Audu – Minister of Steel Development

23. Maigari Ahmadu – Minister of State, Steel Development

24. Muhammad Idris – Minister of Information & National Orientation

25. Lateef Fagbemi – Attorney General of the Federation & Minisyer of Justice

26. Simon Lalong – Minister of Labour & Employment

27. Nkiruka Onyejeocha – Minister of State, Labour & Employment

28. Zephaniah Jisalo- Minister of Special Duties & Inter-Governmental Affairs

29. Bosun Tijani – Minister of Communications, Innovation & Digital Economy

30. Wale Edun – Minister of Finance & Coordinating Minister of the Economy

31. Bunmi Tunji-Ojo – Minister of Marine & Blue Economy

32. Adebayo Adelabu – Minister of Power

33. Dele Alake – Minister of Solid Minerals Development

34. Lola Ade-John – Minister of Tourism

35. Adegboyega Oyetola- Minister of Transportation

36. Doris Anite – Minister of Industry, Trade & Investment

37. Uche Nnaji – Minister of Innovation, Science & Technology

38. David Umahi – Minister of Works

39. Festus Keyamo – Minister of Aviation & Aerospace Development

40. Abubakar Momoh – Minister of Youth

41. Betta Edu – Minister of Humanitarian Affairs & Poverty Alleviation

42. Ekperipe Ekpo – Minister of State, Gas Resources

43. Heineken Lokpobiri – Minister of State, Petroleum Resources

44. John Eno – Minister of Sports Development

45. Uju Kennedy – Minister of Women Affairs

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The National Judicial Commision has recommended the appointment of 11 Supreme Court Justices, one Justice of Court of Appeal, 6 Heads of Courts and 26 other Judicial Officers.


This was the consencus at the Councils 104 Meeting after considering the list of candidates presented by its Interview Committee



According to a statement signed by the Director Of Information, Soji Oye, the council after much deliberations, recommended Justice Hannatu Sankey, Justice Chidiebere Uwa, Justice Chioma Nwosu-Iheme, Justice Haruna Tsammani and

Justice Aseimo Adumein as Supreme court Justices.


Others are Justice Obande Ogbuinya, Justice Stephen Adah, Justice Habeeb Abiru, Justice Jamilu Tukur, Justice Abubakar Umar, and Justice Mohammed Idris.


The NJC also recommended Justice Mohammed Ramat as a Justice of the Court of Appeal.


Some heads of court nominated are Justice Joel Agya, as the Chief Judge Taraba State,

Justice Umar Abubakar, Chief Judge of Taraba State amongst others.


The Council has said that all recommended candidates to the Supreme Court Bench would be sworn-in after the approval of their recommendation by President Bola Tinubu and the subsequent confirmation of their appointment by the Senate.


NJC has also noted that the various Heads of Court recommended would also be sworn-in upon the approval of their appointment by their various State Governors and subsequent confirmation of same by their respective State Houses of Assembly.

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EFCC denies comments on 70 percent Nigerian Youths involvement in internet fraud



EFCC denies comments on 70 percent Nigerian Youths involvement in internet fraud

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has denied comments by it’s Executive Chairman, Ola Olukoyede which labelled seventy percent of Nigerian Students as internet fraudsters.




While stating this in a Statement by the Head, Media and Publicity Dele Oyewale, the Commission says it is a misrepresentation of the concerns of the Chairman of the EFCC to the rising incidences of internet- related crimes involving Youths across the Country.




It explains that its Chairman had called for wider media enlightenment of youths as a counter- measure against the menace of internet fraud at a meeting with Representatives of the Civil Society Organizations, CSOs that paid him a visit in Abuja.




Olukoyede says that reports and intelligence available to him indicated that, unless the trajectory of youth involvement in internet fraud is addressed and reversed, the future of their leadership of Nigeria may be threatened and if it continues in the next ten years, seven out ten of the youths may be getting involved in cybercrimes.



The EFCC says that at no time did its Chairman mentioned that “seven out of ten” Nigerian students are criminals” as widely reported.




The Commission assures the public that its Chairman is doubly committed to the progress of Nigerian Youths and underscores his calls for collaborative interventions in offering them more productive and sustainable alternatives.



The Statement added that the concerns of the EFCC Chairman bothers on breaking the jinx of mass indulgence of youths in cybercrimes.

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NASS and Bishop Kukah advocate political party repositioning for accountability and inclusivity



NASS and Bishop Kukah advocate political party repositioning for accountability and inclusivity

Senate President Godswill Akpabio and Bishop Matthew Kukah have emphasized the urgent need to reposition political parties, fostering a democratic culture centered on inclusivity, transparency, and accountability.


The call was made during the Public Presentation of the Needs Assessment of Political Parties in Nigeria, organized by the Kukah Centre with support from the European Union Support to Democratic Governance in Nigeria (EU-SDGN), held in Abuja.


Represented by Sen. Victor Umeh, Akpabio highlighted that the repositioning of political parties is vital to restoring public trust and confidence, ensuring they genuinely represent the aspirations of the people. He identified accountability, inclusivity, transparency, and inherent impunity as significant challenges that must be addressed.


Akpabio expressed optimism in the 10th National Assembly to tackle these issues, stressing the importance of holding party leaders accountable for their actions. He called for increased transparency in party financing and campaign expenditures, emphasizing the need for inclusivity in the political process.


Bishop Matthew Kukah, the Founder of the Kukah Foundation, explained that the event aimed to address challenges faced by political parties and inspire confidence in politics. He emphasized the role of political parties as platforms for training and deploying politicians to serve the public good.


Kukah underlined the importance of understanding political party processes, particularly for young individuals with a vision for forming political parties. He highlighted the significance of the needs assessment in recommending options for parties to become ideological engines for driving political processes and democracy.


The report, drawing from academic analysis and interviews with ordinary citizens, recommended a constant review of the Electoral Act, incorporation of the opposition in the political process, and innovative ways of financing political parties.


Olawunmi Laolu, Programme Manager at EU-SDGN, stressed the need for political parties to strengthen internal democracy, improve intra and inter-party dialogue, and promote wide participation in the political process. She expressed the EU’s commitment to supporting Nigeria’s progress and urged political parties to lead by example in advancing democracy in the region.


Stakeholders such as the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and the Inter-Party Advisory Council (IPAC) were present at the event.

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