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Majalisar ministocin Najeriya

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Majalissar ministocin Nigeria

Majalisar Ministocin Najeriyaani bangare ne na bangaren zartarwa na gwamnatin Najeriya. Matsayin Majalisar Ministoci, kamar yadda aka rubuta a cikin Dokokin Mulki da Ayyuka na Ministoci [1](MISELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) Dokar ita ce ta zama hukumar ba da shawara ga shugaban Najeriya. Ana nada ‘yan majalisar zartaswa kuma masu kai rahoto ga shugaban kasa, wanda zai iya korar su idan ya ga dama. Majalisar ministocin a halin yanzu tana kula da ma'aikatun tarayya guda 24, kowannensu yana da alhakin wani al'amari na samar da ayyukan gwamnati, da kuma wasu ma'aikatu (kungiyoyin mallakar gwamnati [2]).

Dangantaka da aikin gwamnati[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Ma’aikatu da ma’aikata suna da ma’aikatan gwamnati masu aiki. Kowanne yana karkashin jagorancin Babban Sakatare, babban ma'aikacin gwamnati wanda shugaban ma'aikatawa ya nada. Babban Sakatare yana da alhakin wani Minista, wanda ke zaune a cikin majalisar ministoci yana ba da rahoto ga shugaban kasa. Shugaban kasa ne ya nada Ministan bisa ga amincewar Majalisar Dattawa kuma shi ke da alhakin manufofin, kuma yayin da Sakatare na dindindin ke da alhakin aiwatar da manufofin. [3]

Tsarin zartarwa[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Shugabannin ma’aikatun zartaswa ne shugaban kasa ya nada su sannan ya mika su ga majalisar dattawa. Sashe na 147 (6) yana ba Majalisar Dattawa kwanaki 21 don kammala tantancewa don tabbatarwa ko kin amincewa da rinjaye mai sauƙi. A cewar sashe na 147 (5) na kundin tsarin mulkin kasa, cancantar wanda za a nada a matsayin Minista shi ne cewa dole ne mutum ya zama "mai cancantar zabe a majalisar wakilai". Idan an amince da su, za su karɓi littafin hukumar, za a rantsar da su sannan su fara ayyukansu.[4]

Albashi[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Shuwagabannin ma’aikatun zartarwa da sauran manyan jami’an gwamnatin tarayya a matakin majalisar ministoci ko kuma kananan hukumomi na karbar albashin su a karkashin wani tsayayyen tsarin albashi kamar yadda hukumar tattara kudaden shiga da kasafi (RMAFC) ta duba. Babban albashi na shekara-shekara na babban minista shine ₦2,026,400 (₦ 168,866:66 a kowane wata).

Nau'in alawus Adadin (₦) Bayanan kula
Kayan daki 6,079,200 Ana biya sau ɗaya a cikin shekaru huɗu
Motoci 8,105,600 Na zaɓi, rance da za a iya biya a ƙarshen wa'adin minista.
Man Fetur da Kula da Motoci 1,519,800 Ana biya duk shekara
Ma'aikatan Gida 911,880 Ana biya duk shekara
Nishaɗi 607,920 Ana biya duk shekara
Abubuwan amfani 405,280 Ana biya duk shekara
Izinin sa ido[5] 303,960
Mataimakin Keɓaɓɓen 506,000 Ana biya duk shekara
Izinin jarida 303,960
Bar 202,640 Ana biya duk shekara
Yawon shakatawa 35,000
Izinin Estacode $900 kowace dare
Gidaje 4,052,800 biya duk shekara
Jimlar 13,374,240 Ban da izinin abin hawa na zaɓi

Ministoci da Ministoci[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Bisa ga babban taron, dole ne a samu akalla mamba daya daga cikin jihohi 36 na Najeriya, duk da cewa ma’aikatu 28 ne kawai, kuma a wasu lokutan Shugaban kasa ya kan rike wata muhimmiyar ma’aikatar kamar albarkatun mai. Don tabbatar da wakilci daga kowace jiha, Minista ɗaya ko sama da haka yana taimaka wa Minista.[6]

majalisar ministocin yanzu[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Samfuri:Second Cabinet of Muhammadu BUhari Current cabinet Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party The Presidency President Muhammadu Buhari[a] 29 May 2019 Incumbent APC Vice President Yemi Osinbajo 29 May 2019 Incumbent APC Chief of Staff to the President Abba Kyari 5 June 2019[7] 17 April 2020[b][8] APC Ibrahim Gambari 13 May 2020[9] Incumbent APC Secretary to the Government of the Federation Boss Mustapha 5 June 2019[7] Incumbent APC Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Sabo Nanono 21 August 2019[10] 1 September 2021[c][11] APC Mohammad Mahmood Abubakar 1 September 2021[11] Incumbent APC Minister of State for Agriculture and Rural Development Mustapha Baba Shehuri 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Aviation Minister of Aviation Hadi Sirika 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy Minister of Communications and Digital Economy Isa Ali Pantami 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Defence Minister of Defence Bashir Salihi Magashi 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Education Minister of Education Adamu Adamu 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Minister of State for Education Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Environment Minister of Environment Mohammad Mahmood Abubakar 21 August 2019[10] 10 September 2021[d][12] APC Mohammed Hassan Abdullahi 6 April 2022[13] Incumbent APC Minister of State for Environment Sharon Ikeazor 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Federal Capital Territory Administration Minister of the Federal Capital Territory Mohammed Musa Bello 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Minister of State for the Federal Capital Territory Ramatu Tijani Aliyu 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Finance, Budget and National Planning Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning Zainab Ahmed 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent N/A Minister of State for Budget and National Planning Clement Agba 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent N/A Ministry of Foreign Affairs Minister of Foreign Affairs Geoffrey Onyeama 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Zubairu Dada 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent N/A Ministry of Health Minister of Health Osagie Ehanire 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Minister of State for Health Adeleke Mamora 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development Sadiya Umar Farouq 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment Niyi Adebayo 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Minister of State for Industry, Trade and Investment Mariam Yalwaji Katagum 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent N/A Ministry of Information and Culture Minister of Information and Culture Lai Mohammed 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of the Interior Minister of the Interior Rauf Aregbesola 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Justice Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation Abubakar Malami 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Labour and Employment Minister of Labour and Employment Chris Ngige 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Minister of State for Labour and Employment Tayo Alasoadura 21 August 2019[10] 24 September 2019[e][14] APC Festus Keyamo 24 September 2019[14] Incumbent APC Ministry of Mines and Steel Development Minister of Mines and Steel Development Olamilekan Adegbite 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Minister of State for Mines and Steel Development Uchechukwu Sampson Ogah 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs Minister of Niger Delta Affairs Godswill Akpabio 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Minister of State for Niger Delta Affairs Festus Keyamo 21 August 2019[10] 24 September 2019[f][14] APC Tayo Alasoadura 24 September 2019[14] Incumbent APC Ministry of Petroleum Resources Minister of Petroleum Resources Muhammadu Buhari[a] 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Minister of State for Petroleum Resources Timipre Sylva 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Police Affairs Minister of Police Affairs Mohammed Maigari Dingyadi 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Power Minister of Power Saleh Mamman 21 August 2019[10] 1 September 2021[c][11] APC Abubakar Aliyu 1 September 2021[11] Incumbent APC Minister of State for Power Goddy Jedy Agba 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation[g] Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation Ogbonnaya Onu 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Minister of State for Science, Technology and Innovation Mohammed Hassan Abdullahi 21 August 2019[10] 6 April 2022[h][13] APC Ministry of Special Duties and Inter-governmental Affairs Minister of Special Duties and Inter-governmental Affairs George Akume 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Transportation Minister of Transportation Rotimi Amaechi 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Minister of State for Transportation Gbemisola Ruqayyah Saraki 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Water Resources Minister of Water Resources Suleiman Adamu Kazaure 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Women Affairs Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development Pauline Tallen 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Ministry of Works and Housing Minister of Works and Housing Babatunde Fashola 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC Minister of State for Works and Housing Abubakar Aliyu 21 August 2019[10] 1 September 2021[i][11] APC Mu'azu Sambo 24 December 2021[17] Incumbent APC Ministry of Youth and Sports Development Minister of Youth and Sports Development Sunday Dare 21 August 2019[10] Incumbent APC

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  3. https://dailytrust.com/breaking-shake-up-in-buharis-cabinet-ministers-sacked
  4. https://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/top-news/502330-buhari-swears-in-muazu-sambo-as-minister-assigns-portfolio.html
  5. http://www.commonwealth-of-nations.org/Nigeria/Government/Government_Ministries
  6. http://www.rmafc.gov.ng/

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