The Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has assigned portfolios to his thirty-seven cabinet members which include both commissioners and special advisers.

The Governor assigned the portfolio on Tuesday, with the State’s former secretary to the government, Tunji Bello, appointed to be in charge of the ministry of Water Resources and Environment.


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See full list:

  1. Water Resources and Environment ― Tunji Bello
  2. Information and Strategy ― Gbenga Omotoso
  3. Finance ― Mr Rabiu Olowo Onaolapo
  4. Education ― Mrs Folashade Adefisayo
  5. Health ― Prof. Akin Abayomi
  6. Physical Planning and Urban Development ― Dr Idris Salako
  7. Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, WAPA ― Mrs Bolaji Dada
  8. Energy and Natural Resources ― Mr Lere Odusote
  9. Transportation ― Dr Frederic Oladeinde,
  10. Agriculture ― Gbolahan Lawal
  11. Housing ― Moruf Akinderu Fatai
  12. Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice ― Moyo Onigbanjo, SAN
  13. Science and Technology ― Hakeem Fahm
  14. Establishment, Training, and Pension ― Mrs Ajibola Ponnle
  15. Works and Infrastructure ― Engr Aramide Adeyoye
  16. Youth and Social Development ― Segun Dawodu
  17. Home Affairs ― Mrs Uzamat Akinbile-Yusuf
  18. Local Government and Community Affairs ― Mrs Yetunde Arobieke
  19. Commerce and Industry ― Mrs Lola Akande
  20. Tourism Arts and Culture― Mrs Olufunke Adebolu
  21. Economic Planning and Budget ― Sam Egube
  22. Special Duties and Inter-Governmental Relations ― Dr Wale Ahmed
  23. Special Advisers and portfolios are:
  24. Agriculture ― Ms Ruth Bisola Olusanya,
  25. Office of Civic Engagement ― Princess Aderemi Adebowale
  26. Political and Legislative Affairs ― Mr Afolabi Ayantayo
  27. Housing ― Mrs Toke Benson-Awoyinka
  28. Drainage and Water Resources ― Joe Igbokwe (A newly created portfolio)
  29. Technology and Innovation ― Mr Tubosun Alake (A newly created portfolio)
  30. Urban Development ― Architect Kabiru Ahmed Abdullahi
  31. Central Business Districts, CDB, ― Anofi Olanrewaju Elegushi
  32. Arts and Culture ― Bonu Solomon Saanu
  33. Transportation ― Mr Oluwatoyin Fayinka
  34. Commerce and Industry ― Oladele Ajayi
  35. Education ― Tokunbo Wahab
  36. Sustainable Development Goals, (A newly created portfolio)
  37. Lagos Global ― Mrs. Solape Hammond.

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