Sunday, 14 October 2018

Current Salary Structure & Allowances Of Nigerian Ministers 2018

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Nigerian ministers are executive branches of the Government of Nigeria.

Nigerian ministers are appointed by the commander in chief of the armed forces which is the President of Nigeria.

The cabinet members which are the ministers appointed by the president oversees 24 Federal Ministries in Nigeria,most of these ministry are responsible for providing government services to citizens of Nigeria.
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The Cabinet members report directly to the president and hence can have their appointments terminated by the president.

In this post we are going to take a look at the current estimated salary structure and allowances of Nigerian ministers this year and also check out all the current Nigerian ministers and year of resumption.

Current Salary Structure & Allowances Of Nigerian Ministers

Q: Current Names Of Nigerian Ministries & Ministers?

The current cabinet of Nigeria became effective on 11 November 2015 till date.

Ministry > Minister > Year Of Resumption.

1. Minister of Petroleum
Muhammadu Buhari
2015

2. Minister of Justice
Abubakar Malami
2015
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3. Minister of Foreign Affairs
Geoffrey Onyeama
2015

4. Minister of Finance
Zainab Ahmed
2015

5. Minister of Defence
Mansur Dan Ali
2015

6. Minister of Education
Adamu Adamu
2015

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7. Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment
Okechukwu Enelamah
2015

8. Minister of Labour and Employment
Chris Ngige
2015

9. Minister of Federal Capital Territory
Mohammed Musa Bello
2015

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10. Minister of Science and Technology
Ogbonnaya Onu
2015

11. Minister of Solid Minerals
William Phelps
2015

12. Minister of Interior
Abdulrahman Bello Dambazau
2015

13. Minister of Budget and National Planning
Udoma Udo Udoma
2015

14. Minister of Power, Works and Housing
Babatunde Fashola
2015

15. Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development
Audu Ogbeh
2015

16. Minister of Transportation
Rotimi Amaechi
2015

17. Minister of Health
Isaac Adewole
2015

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18. Minister of Women Affairs
Aisha Alhassan
2015

19. Minister of Niger Delta
Usani Uguru Usani
2015

20. Minister of Information
Lai Mohammed
2015

21. Minister of Environment
Usman Jibril

22. Minister of Water Resources
Suleiman Adamu Kazaure
2015

23. Minister of Youth and Sports
Solomon Dalong
2015

24. Minister of State for Aviation
Sirika Hadi
2015

25. Minister of State for Environment
Ibrahim Jibrin
2015

26. Minister of State for Foreign Affairs
Khadija Bukar Abba Ibrahim
2015

27. Minister of State for Solid Minerals
Bawa Bwari Abubakar
2015
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28. Minister of State for Health
Osagie Ehanire
2015

29. Minister of State for Niger Delta
Omole Daramola
2015

30. Minister of State for Power, Works and Housing
Mustapha Baba Shauri
2015

31. Minister of State for Power, Works and Housing
Suleiman Hassan
2017

32. Minister of State for Education
Anthony Onwuka
2015

33. Minister of State for Agriculture and Rural Development
Heineken Lokpobiri
2015

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33. Minister of State for Labour and Employment
Stephen Ocheni
2017

34. Minister of State for Budget and National Planning
Zainab Ahmed
2015

35. Minister for Communication
Adebayo Shittu
2015

36. Minister of State for Industry, Trade and Investment
Aisha Abubakar
2015

37. Minister of State for Petroleum
Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu
2015


Q: Current Salary Structure & Allowances Of Nigerian Ministers?

Nigerian ministers are paid N487 million yearly,this was the amount set aside by the Revenue Mobilization, Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC) which is guided by the Remuneration Act of 2007.
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Listed below is the estimated allowances,remunerations and basic salary of Nigerian ministers:-

Breakdown of the remunerations is listed below:
  • Basic Monthly Salary >  N2,026,400
  • Tour duty allowance > N35,000
  • Estacode allowance > $900 per night
  • Housing allowance > N4,052,800
  • Furniture allowance >  N6,079,200
  • Motor vehicle loan > N8,105,600
  • Car fueling / maintenance > N1,519,000
  • Domestic staff > N1519,000
  • Entertainment > N911,800
  • Utilities > N607,920
  • Personal assistant allowance > N506,600
  • Monitoring allowance > N405,280
  • Newspaper allowance > N303,960
  • Leave allowance > N202,640


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