Majority of our Ministers do well to maintain the status quo this week, with Minister of Foreign Affairs Geoffrey Onyeama edging Minister of Justice & Attorney-General of the Federation Abubakar Malami out for the top spot.
Onyeama’s rise, interestingly enough, is due to something that might be seen as the purview or Malami, as he declared his unwavering support for whistleblowers. In the flurry of statements about percentages and billions, the one thing that has gone unnoticed (or at least unacknowledged and unmentioned) till now has been the subject of the safety of whistleblowers.
|Name||Designation||State||Rank This Week||Rank Last Week|
|Geoffrey Onyema||Minister of Foreign Affairs||Enugu||1||2|
|Abubakar Malami||Minister of Justice & Attorney-General of the Federation||Kebbi||2||1|
|Prof. Issac Adewole||Minster of Health||Osun||3||3|
|Aisha Alhassan||Minister of Women Affairs||Taraba||4||4|
|Kemi Adeosun||Minister of Finance||Ogun||5||9|
|Chris Ngige||Minister of Labour & Employment||Anambra||6||5|
|Abdulrahman Dambazzau||Ministry of Interior||Kano||7||7|
|Kayode Fayemi||Minister of Solid Minerals(Mines and Steel Development)||Ekiti||8||8|
|Rotimi Amaechi||Minister of Transportation||Rivers||9||13|
|Usani Uguru||Minister of Niger Delta||Cross River||10||10|
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*The YNaija Effectiveness Ranking is a perception index based on perceived levels of effectiveness of public officials, as determined by correspondents assessment, news reports and opinion surveys.
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