Ministers Salary and Ministers of State Salary

Filed in News by on August 21, 2019

Ministers Salary and Ministers of State Salary: The most senior federal officers at cabinet, sub-cabinet and heads of the executive departments receive their salary under a fixed pay plan. Reviewed by Revenue Mobilization Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC). According to Wiki annual basic salary of a substantive minister is ₦2,026,400 (₦168,866:66 per month).

Ministers Salary and Ministers of State Salary

How much does a minister of state earn?

This is a Break down of the Annual allowance and salary earned my Ministers and Ministers of State

Allowance typeAmount (₦)Notes
Furniture6,079,200Paid once in four years
Vehicle8,105,600Optional, loan repayable by the end of the tenure of the minister.
Vehicle Fuelling and Maintenance1,519,800Paid annually
Domestic Staff911,880Paid annually
Entertainment607,920Paid annually
Utilities405,280Paid annually
Monitoring allowance303,960
Personal Assistant506,000Paid annually
Newspaper allowance303,960
Leave202,640Paid annually
Tour duty35,000
Estacode allowance$900per night
Housing4,052,800paid annually
Total13,374,240Excluding optional vehicle allowance


Ministers and Ministers of State

One Cabinet member from each states in Nigeria, With the 19 ministries, This To ensure representation from each state, a Minister is often assisted by one or more Ministers of State,

Cabinet of Nigeria: 11 November 2015 – present

Cabinet of Nigeria: 11 November 2015 – present
Muhammadu Buhari  Ministers and Ministers of State SalaryPresident
Commander-in-chief of the Nigerian Armed Forces
Minister of Petroleum
Muhammadu Buhari2015–
Yemi Osinbajo Ministers and Ministers of State SalaryVice PresidentYemi Osinbajo2015–
Minister of Justice
Attorney General
Abubakar Malami2015–
Minister of Foreign AffairsGeoffrey Onyeama2015–
Minister of FinanceZainab Shamsuna Ahmed2018–
Minister of DefenceMansur Dan Ali2015–
Minister of EducationAdamu Adamu2015–
Minister of Industry, Trade and InvestmentOkechukwu Enelamah2015–
Minister of Labour and EmploymentChris Ngige2015–
Minister of Federal Capital TerritoryMohammed Musa Bello2015–
Minister of Science and TechnologyOgbonnaya Onu2015–
Minister of Solid MineralsKayode Fayemi2015–2018
Minister of InteriorAbdulrahman Bello Dambazau2015–
Minister of Budget and National PlanningUdoma Udo Udoma2015–
Minister of Power, Works and HousingBabatunde Fashola2015–
Minister of Agriculture and Rural DevelopmentAudu Ogbeh2015–
Minister of TransportationRotimi Amaechi2015–
Minister of HealthIsaac Adewole2015–
Minister of Women AffairsAisha Alhassan2015–
Minister of Niger DeltaUsani Uguru Usani2015–
Minister of InformationLai Mohammed2015–
Minister of EnvironmentAmina J. Mohammed2015–2016
Minister of Water ResourcesSuleiman Adamu Kazaure2015–
Minister of Youth and SportsSolomon Dalung2015–
Minister of State for AviationSirika Hadi2015–
Minister of State for EnvironmentIbrahim Usman Jibril2015–2018
Minister of State for Foreign AffairsKhadija Bukar Abba Ibrahim2015–
Minister of State for Solid MineralsBawa Bwari Abubakar2015–
Minister of State for HealthOsagie Ehanire2015–
No image.svgMinister of State for Niger DeltaOmole Daramola2015–
Minister of State for Power, Works and HousingMustapha Baba Shehuri2015–
Minister of State for Power, Works and HousingSuleiman Hassan2017–
Minister of State for EducationAnthony Onwuka2015–
Minister of State for Agriculture and Rural DevelopmentHeineken Lokpobiri2015–
Minister of State for Labour and EmploymentStephen Ocheni2017– **
Minister of State for Budget and National PlanningZainab Ahmed2015–
Minister for CommunicationAbdur-Raheem Adebayo Shittu2015–
Minister of State for Industry, Trade and InvestmentAisha Abubakar2015–
Minister of State for PetroleumEmmanuel Ibe Kachikwu2015–


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