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Meet Three Buhari's Ministers That Have Performed Well In Their Ministries

since Muhammadu Buhari came into office as the President of Nigeria in 2015, the president he has been blessed with many great ministers who has ensure that the contribute their quota toward the development of the Nigeria through their different ministries. Examples of such leaders are these Three Ministers that are mentioned below.

1. Godswill Akpabio 

former governor Godswill Akpabio is currently serving as the minister for Niger Delta Affairs. He is one of the Buhari's ministers that has performed well in his ministry, by ensuring that he good people of Niger Delta enjoy the benefits of good governance, under the president buhari led government.

Since he came into office, he has reposition the NDDC for the rapid development of the Niger Delta region, and also completed the new NDDC headquarters building which started over 20 years ago.

2. Babatunde Fashola the minister current Minister for Works and housing of the Buhari's led administration has performed excellently towards achieving Infrastructure goals. These infrastructure includes roads, rail and housing for civil servant across the country.

In line with president Buhari aganda, it must be well said that massive stride has been made through the leadership of Mr. Fashola as the minister for works.

3. Rotimi Amaechi

the current minister of transportation is also one outstanding leader that has performed well in the transportation sector which is a key and vital sector.

Since he resume office, he has ensure that his ministry has provide railways and train in different parts of the country, in order to grant access for goods, service and people to move fast from one place to another to avoid unnecessary delay in the road. However, this railways has help to reduce pressure on road Infrastructure.

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