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Tinubu Divided Petroleum Ministry and Appoint Two State Ministers.

Tinubu Divided Petroleum Ministry, and Appoint Two State Ministers.

President Bola Tinubu has appoint Portfolios to 45 Ministers confirmed on Monday by the Senate.
The list of the portfolios was declared by the Special Adviser to the President on media and publicity, divide some ministries and creation of New One’s.

The President divide the Ministry of Petroleum Resources with the appointment of Ekperipe Ekpo as Minister of State and Gas Resources.

It’s not clear enough that President Tinubu will hold the position of Senior Minister of Petroleum.Ex president Muhammad Buhari, saw the affairs of the Ministry during his eight years tenure.

David Umahi and Ahmed M. Dangiwa are not Significant Ministers in the Ministry of works as well as as Housing and Urban Development Politely.

The Ministry of Youth and Sports Development has also been divide into two and placed under the Supervision of John Enoh as Minister of sport Development and Abubakar Momoh, Minister of Youth.

The former governor of River State and leader of G5 People Democratic Party (PDP) governor Nyesom Wike, who worked for the victory of Tinubu, was appointed has Minister of Federal Capital Territory.

Dele Alake, the former Commissioner for Information and Strategy in Lagos State under Tinubu Governor, was eventually given to supervise the Ministry of Solid Minerals and Development.

The newly Appointees and newly created ministries and their Ministers got more task with new Appellation. The Ministers of no changes and Appellation remain the same.

The swear in of the newly Appointees will hold on 21st of August 2023. By President Bola Tinubu at State House of Conference Centre, Aso Rock Villa, Abuja by 10:00am.

The Secretary to the Government of Federation (SGF) Dr. George Akume, said this on Wednesday night during his Statement.

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