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Full list of Nigerian ministers and their portfolios Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 27, 2021


S/NOSTATE NAMEPORTFOLIO 

AbiaDr. Uchechukwu OgahMinister of State Mines and Steel Development

AdamawaMuhammadu Musa BelloMinister of Federal Capital Territory 

Akwa IbomSen. Godswill Akpabio Minister of Niger Delta 

AnambraDr. Chris N. NgigeMinister of Labour and Employment 

Anambra Sharon O. Ikeazor Minister of State Environment 

BauchiAdamu Adamu Minister of Education 

Bauchi Amb. Mariam Y. Katagum Minister of State Industry, Trade and Investment

BayelsaTimipre Sylva Minister of State Petroleum Resource

BenueSen. George Akume Minister of Special Duties and Intergovernmental Affairs

BornoMustapha Baba ShehuriMinister of State Agriculture and Rural Development 

Cross RiverGoddy Jedy – Agba Minister of State Power 

DeltaFestus Keyamo, SANMinister of State Niger Delta 

EbonyiDr. Ogbonnaya OnuMinister of Science and Technology 

EdoDr. Osagie Ehanire Minister of Health 

EdoClement IKanade Agba Minister of State Budget and National Planning 

EkitiOtunba Richard Adeniyi Adebayo Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment 

EnuguGeoffrey OnyeamaMinister of Foreign Affairs  

GombeDr. Ali Isa Ibrahim Pantami Minister of Communications 

ImoEmeka Nwajiuba Minister of State Education 

JigawaEngr. Suleiman H. AdamuMinister of Water Resources 

KadunaZainab Shamsuna AhmedMinister of Finance, Budget and National Planning 

Kaduna Dr. Muhammad Mahmoud Minister of Environment 

KanoSabo Nanono Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development 

Kano Maj. Gen. (RTD) Bashir Salihi Magashi Minister of Defence 

Katsina Mr. President Minister of Petroleum Resources 

KatsinaSen. Hadi SirikaMinister of Aviation 

KebbiAbubakar MalamiHonourable Attorney General and Minister of Justice  

KogiRamatu Tijjani Minister of State Federal Capital Territory

KwaraLai MohammedMinister of Information and Culture 

Kwara Gbemisola Saraki Minister of State Transportation 

LagosBabatunde Raji Fashola (SAN)Minister of Works and Housing 

Lagos Sen. Adeleke O. Mamora Minister of State Health 

NasarawaMohammed H. Abdullahi Minister of State Science and Technology

NigerAmb. Zubairu DadaMinister of State Foreign Affairs 

OgunArch. Olamilekan Adegbite Minister of Mines and Steel Development 

OndoSen. Tayo D. AlasoaduraMinister of State Labour and Employment

OsunRauf Aregbesola Minister of Interior 

OyoSunday DareMinister of Youth and Sports

PlateauPauline Tallen Minister of Women Affairs 

RiversRotimi AmaechiMinister of Transportation 

SokotoMuhammadu Maigari Dingyadi Minister of Police Affairs 

Taraba Eng. Saleh Mamman Minister of Power 

YobeAbubakar D. Aliyu Minister of State Works and Housing 

ZamfaraSa’adiya Umar Farouk Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development 

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