Members of the Federal Executive Council






President Commander in chief of the Nigeria Armed Forces

Muhammadu Buhari


Vice President

Yemi Osinbanjo


Secretary to the Government of the Federation

Boss Mustapha


Office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation (OHCSF)

Oyo-Ita Winifred Ekanem


Minister of Petroleum

Muhammadu Buhari


Minister of Petroleum for State

Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu


Minister of Justice

Abubakar Malami


Minister of Foreign Affairs

Geoffrey Onyeama


Minister of state for Foreign Affairs

Khadijat Buka Abba Ibrahim


Minister of Finance

Zainab Ahmed


Minister of Defence

Mansur Dan Ali


Minister of Education

Adamu Adamu


Minister of Education for State

Anthony Onwuka


Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment

Enyinnaya Okechukwu Enelema


Minister of Industry,Trade and Investment for State

Aisha Abubakar


Minister of Labour and Employment

Chris Ngige


Minister of Labour and Employment for State

Not Yet


Minister of Federal Capital Territory

Mohammed Musa Bello


Minister of Science and Technology

Ogbonnaya Onu


Minister of Solid Minerals

Bawa Bwari Abubakar


Minister of Solid mineral for State



Minister of Interior

Abdulrahman Bello Dambazau


Minister of Budget and National Planning

Udoma Udo Udoma


Minister of Budget and National Planning for State



Minister of Power, Works and Housing

Babatunde Fashola


Minister of Power, Works and Housing for State

Mustapha Baba Shauri


Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development

Audu Ogbeh


Minister of Transportation

Rotimi Amaechi


Minister of Aviation for State

Hadi Sirika


Minister of Niger Delta

Usani Usani Uguru


Minister of Niger Delta for State

Omole Daramola


Minster Of Information and Culture

Lai Mohammed  


Minister of Environment

Ibrahim Jibrin


Minister of Environment for State



Minister of water Resources

Suleiman Adamu Kazaure


Minister of Youth and Sports

Solomon Dalong



About Nigeria

Nigeria, commonly known as the giant of Africa with more than 150 million people is the most populous country in Africa. With one of the biggest democracies in the world and a presidential system of government, it has a dual economy, based on its rich natural resources, traditional agriculture and the trade sector.