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LIST OF THE NEW NIGERIA'S MINISTERS WITH THEIR STATES AND PORTFOLIOS.

August 21, 2019
Below are the list of the new ministers that will work hand in hand with the president of the federal Republic of Nigeria. The President was elected back into the office through the last election that held early this year.
Some of the ministers were new while some were among the last cabinet. The coronation was live on the 21st of August 2019.



The president
Gen. Muhammad Buhari

Abia
Dr. Uchechukwu Ogah
Minister of State Mines and Steel Development

Adamawa
Muhammadu Musa Bello
Minister of Federal Capital Territory

Akwa Ibom
Sen. Godswill Akpabio
Minister of Niger Delta

Anambra
Dr. Chris N. Ngige
Minister of Labour and Employment

Anambra
Sharon O. Ikeazor
Minister of State Environment

Bauchi
Adamu Adamu
Minister of Education

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

Bayelsa
Timipre Sylva
Minister of State Petroleum Resource

Benue
Sen. George Akume
Minister of Special Duties and Intergovernmental Affairs

Borno
Mustapha Baba Shehuri
Minister of State Agriculture and Rural Development

Cross River
Goddy Jedy – Agba
Minister of State Power

Delta
Festus Keyamo, SAN
Minister of State Niger Delta

Ebonyi
Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu
Minister of Science and Technology

Edo
Dr. Osagie Ehanire
Minister of Health

Edo
Clement IKanade Agba
Minister of State Budget and National Planning

Ekiti
Otunba Richard Adeniyi Adebayo
Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment

Enugu
Geoffrey Onyeama
Minister of Foreign Affairs

Gombe
Dr. Ali Isa Ibrahim Pantami
Minister of Communications

Imo
Emeka Nwajiuba
Minister of State Education

Jigawa
Engr. Suleiman H. Adamu
Minister of Water Resources

Kaduna
Zainab Shamsuna Ahmed
Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning

Kaduna
Dr. Muhammad Mahmoud
Minister of Environment

Kano
Sabo Nanono
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development.

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

Katsina
Mr. President
Minister of Petroleum Resources.

Katsina
Sen. Hadi Sirika
Minister of Aviation.

Kebbi
Abubakar Malami
Honourable Attorney General and Minister of Justice.

Kogi
Ramatu Tijjani
Minister of State Federal Capital Territory.

Kwara
Lai Mohammed
Minister of Information and Culture.

Kwara
Gbemisola Saraki
Minister of State Transportation.

Lagos
Babatunde Raji Fashola (SAN)
Minister of Works and Housing.

Lagos
Sen. Adeleke O. Mamora
Minister of State Health.

Nasarawa
Mohammed H. Abdullahi
Minister of State Science and Technology.

Niger
Amb. Zubairu Dada
Minister of State Foreign Affairs.

Ogun
Arch. Olamilekan Adegbite
Minister of Mines and Steel Development.

Ondo
Sen. Tayo D. Alasoadura
Minister of State Labour and Employment.

Osun
Rauf Aregbesola
Minister of Interior.

Oyo
Sunday Dare
Minister of Youth and Sports.

Plateau
Pauline Tallen
Minister of Women Affairs.

Rivers
Rotimi Amaechi
Minister of Transportation.

Sokoto
Muhammadu Maigari Dingyadi
Minister of Police Affairs.

Taraba
Eng. Saleh Mamman
Minister of Power.

Yobe
Abubakar D. Aliyu
Minister of State Works and Housing

Zamfara
Sa’adiya Umar Farouk
Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development.

What is your opinion?

God bless Nigeria.
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REASONS WHY NIGERIAN LEADERS FAILED

January 13, 2019
    As the forthcoming election is fast approaching, which generates more and more activities, many Nigerians have this believe that government change but the situation of the country still remain the same , this compelled PARROTTE MEDIA to research into the problem of the country. The result of the research now leads to the topic "Reasons why Nigerian leaders failed" .





    The reasons why Nigerian leader failed are :-

1. Unrealizable manifesto :- manifesto is the basis for choosing political leaders by the electorates during elections. In these manifestoes, most political office holder presents unrealizable manifestoes which they might find difficult to accomplished during the period in office.

2. Dependency and poverty :- most people are unemployed and lazy to be self - employed and this leads to poverty on their part which will cause them to fully depends on government for all their needs. Then fund released for most leaders to cater for the needs of people may not go round.

3. Revenue allocation :- fund allocated to some of the leaders sometimes are estimated lower than the areas and population it is allocated for. Like case of Lagos , the population increases daily due to the inflow of people into the state from other States.

4. Selfishness and greed :- in any government office, public interest is supposed to be presented and considered first but most leaders are selfish. They considered their own interest more Important than that of the electorates that voted them in. They greedily occupy office to loot public money to acquired wealth.

5. Godfatherism :- most political office holder came into office by lobbying and through the help of political godfathers. The tendency to please or pay back political godfathers at the expense of the people is obvious.

6. Party interest :- many political parties drill their flag bearers to enter into serious agreement of paying the party leaders outrageous amount of money during their tenure in office.

7. Political robbers :- most leaders are unaware of some abandoned project in some area that are out of their react, as they would have allocate revenue to some of their followers to carry out such projects in their various area (locality) but some of these political rubbers in the name of followers or political colleagues like councillors, special advisers etc. End up embezzling the allocated funds, then abandoned most projects and give the leaders false report.

8. Lack of political and leadership experience :- some leaders are into politics only out of frustration of inability to secure employment in their area of discipline and out of this frustration they go into politics without former knowledge about it. This kind of leader will fail.




9. Non payment of tax by citizens :-  some citizens evades paying taxes promptly and this will cause insufficient fund for leaders to cater for it people.

If both leaders and followers realised and correct their mistakes, our country will be one of the best country in the world.
God bless Nigeria.
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KNOW YOUR STATE NEW POSTAL CODE

June 08, 2018
Most of the time we are embarrassed when we are not able to remember our state postal code while filling applications. The postal code consist of six numbers, the first digit of the code is for region while the second and third digit combined with the first are the dispatch for out going sorting.




Abuja Nigeria postal code 900001

Abia State Nigeria zip code 440001

Adamawa State Nigeria post code 640001

Akwa-Ibom State Nigeria postal code 520001

Anambra State Nigeria postal code 420001

Bauchi State Nigeria zip code 740001

Borno State Nigeria postal code 600001

Delta State Nigeria postal code 320001

Edo State Nigeria post codes 300001

Enugu State Nigeria postal code 400001

Imo State Nigeria postal codes 460001

jigawa State Nigeria zip code 720001

Kano State Nigeria post codes 700001

Kaduna State Nigeria postal code 800001

Katsina State Nigeria postal code 820001

Kebbi State Nigeria postal code 860001

Kogi State Nigeria postal code 260001

Kwara State Nigeria zip codes 240001

Lagos (Island) Nigeria postcode 101001

Lagos State (Mainland) postal code 100001

Niger State Nigeria postal code 920001

Ogun State Nigeria postal code 110001

Ondo State Nigeria postal code 340001

Osun State Nigeria postal code 230001

Oyo State Nigeria postal code 200001

Plateau State Nigeria postal code 930001

Rivers State Nigeria postal code 500001

Sokoto State Nigeria postal code 840001

Taraba State Nigeria postal code 660001

Yobe State Nigeria postal code 320001

Ebonyi State Nigeria postal code 840001
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