Members of President Olusegun Obasanjo Federal Executive Council (Cabinet) from 2003 to 2007

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On 15th July, 2003, President Olusegun Obasanjo sworn in another sets of Ministers after his re – election. After assigning portfolios to 33 members of his cabinet. Nine other ministerial nominees who were either not been screened by the Senate or had not been assigned their portfolios were later sworn in later like their colleagues in the Federal Executive Council (FEC) after they were confirmed by the Senate.

 

 

Below Are President Olusegun Obasanjo Members of Federal Executive Council (FEC) from 2003 to 2007

 

 

President:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chief Olusegun Obasanjo

 

 

Vice President:

 

 

 

 

 

Alhaji Atiku Abubakar

 

Secretary General to The Government of The of Federation (SGF):

 

 

 

 

 

Ufot Ekaete

 

Cabinet Members and Their Portfolios:

Finance

•Ngozi Okonjo Iweala

2003-2006

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

•Nenadi E. UsmanState

(2003 – 2006)

•Nenadi E. Usman

Substantive minister

(2006-2007)

 

 

Commerce:

•Idris Waziri

(2003 – 2006)

•Aliyu Modibo Umar

(Jul. 2006 – May 2007)

 

Communications

•Cornelius Adebayo

(2003 – Aug. 2006)

•Obafemi Anibaba

(Sept. 2006 – Jan. 2007)

•Frank Nweke, Jnr.

(and Information)

(Jan. 2007 – May 2007)

 

Culture and Tourism

•Franklin Ogbuaggwu

•Femi Fani Kayode

(Jun. 2006 – Nov. 2006)

•Babalola Abraham Borishade

(Nov. 2006 – May 2006)

 

Defence

•Rabiu Kwankwanso

(Jul. 2003 – 2007)

•Rowland Oritsejafor – State

(Jul. 2003 – Aug. 2006)

•Dr. Olu Agunloye – Navy

(2002 – 2003)

•Thomas Aguiyi-Ironsi – State

(Aug. 2006 – May 2007)

 

 

 

 

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Education

•Fabian Osuji

(Jul. 2003 – Feb. 2005)

•Chinwe Obaji

(Jun. 2005 – Jun. 2006)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

•Obiageli Oby Ezekwesili

(Jun. 2006 – April 2007)

•Bintu Ibrahim Musa – State

(Jul. 2003 – Jun. 2005)

•Maryam Ciroma – State

(2005 – 2006)

•Grace Ogwuche – State

(Feb. 2006 – Jun. 2006)

•Halima Eyitayo Alao – State

•Dr. Sayyadi Abba Ruma

(Jun. 2006 – Apr. 2007)

•Dr. Adewumi Ibitoye – State

(Jun. 2006 – May 2007)

 

 

Police Affairs

•Boderick A. Bozimo

(2003 – Jan. 2007)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Water Resources:

•Shehu Mukhtar Shagari

(Jun. 2003 – Jan. 2007)

•Ahmed Bello

Agriculture & Water Resources

(Jan. 2007 – May 2007)

 

Federal Capital Territory (FCT)

 

 

 

 

 

•Nasir El-Rufai

(2003 – 2007)

 

Environment

•Bala Mande

(2003 – Jun. 2005)

•Iyorcha Ayu

(Jun. 2005 – Dec. 2005)

•Grace Ogwuche – State

(2005 – 2006)

•Helen U. Esuene

(2006 – Jan. 2007)

•Helen U. Esuene

(& Housing)

(Jan. 2007 – May 2007)

 

Industry

•Mogaji Muhammed

(2003 – Jul. 2005)

•Fidelis N. Tapgun

(Jul. 2005 – Jan. 2007)

 

Justice

•Christopher Bayo Ojo

(2003 – 2007)

 

Labour

•Husseini Akwanga Zannuwa

(2003 – 2004)

•Hussan Muhammed Lawal – State

(2004 – 2007)

 

Information and National Orientation

•Chukwuemeka Chikelu

 

Land & Urban Development

•Alice Mobolaji Osomo

(2003 – 2005)

 

 

 

 

•Olusegun Agagu

(2005)

 

Internal Affairs

 

 

 

 

•Iyorcha Ayu

(Jul. 2003 – Jun. 2005)

•Mogaji Muhammed

(Jul. 2005 – Jun. 2006)

•Oluyemi Adeniji

(Jun. 2006 – May 200)

•Abubakar Tanko – State

 

 

Works and Housing

•Adesoye Ogunlewe

(2003 – Mar. 2006)

•Obafemi Anibaba

(Mar. 2006 – Sept. 2006)

•Saleh Shehu – State

(Mar. 2003 – 2005)

•Mallam Yahaya Abdulkadir – State

(Jul. 2005 – 2007)

He (Yahaya Abdulkadir) was later elevated to substantive minister.

 

Foreign Affairs

•Oluyemi Adeniji

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

•Ngozi Okonjo Iweala

(Jun. 2006 – Aug. 2006)

•Joy Ogwuche

(2006 – May 2007)

•Saidu Balarabe Sumaila – State

 

Inter-governmental Affairs and Special Duties

•Franklin Nweke, Jnr.

(Apr. 2004 – Jun. 2005)

•Musa Muhammed

(Jun. 2006 – Apr. 2007)

 

 

Youth Development

•Olufunke Deborah Adedoyin

(2003 – 2004)

•Salome A. Jakande

(2006 – 2007)

 

Women Affairs

•Rita Akpan

(2003 – 2005)

•Maryam Ciroma

(2006 – 2007)

 

African Affairs

•Lawan Gana Guns

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Science and Technology

•Turner T. Isoun

(2003 – 2007)

 

Solid Minerals

•Odion Ugbesia

•Obiageli Catherine Ezekwesili

(2006)

 

Sports and Social Devpt.

•Musa Muhammed

(2003 – 2005)

•Saidu Samaila Sambawa

(Sports)

(2005 – 2006)

•Bala Bawa Kaoje

(Jun. 2006 – 2007)

 

 

Power and Steel

•Dr. Liyel Imoke

(Jul. 2003 – Jan. 2007)

•Dr. Olu Agunloye – State

 

 

Agriculture

•Adamu Bello

(2003 – 2007)

•Bamidele Dada – State

 

 

Transport

•Abiye Precious Sekibo

•Muhammed Musa – State

 

 

Aviation

 

 

 

 

 

•Mallam Isa Yuguda

(2003 – Jun. 2005)

•Babalola Borishade

(Jul. 2005 – Nov. 2006)

•Femi Fani Kayode

(Nov. 2006 – May 2007)

 

 

Health

•Olutayo Lambo

•Olufunke Adedoyin – State

•Helen Udoka Usuene – State

(2005 – 2006)

•Halima Eyitayo Alao – State

(2006 – 2007)

 

Petroleum

•President Olusegun Obasanjo

•Edmond Dakoru  – State

 

 

 

Lastly,

Obasanjo made frequent changes to his cabinet of Federal Ministers and Ministers of State during his two term in office as democratically elected president of Federal Republic of Nigeria. He split or merged some ministries. He made major cabinet reshuffle in June, 2000, January 2001 and dissolved his cabinet in 2003 . He appointed another sets of Ministers in July 2003. He also appointed 12 new Ministers on December 2004.

 

 

 

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