President Buhari redeploys Keyamo to a new ministry

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President Muhammadu Buhari has authorised the redeployment of the minister of state for Niger Delta Affairs, Festus Keyamo, to the Ministry of Labour and Employment.

This comes about 1 month soon after his assumption of business. Remember that Buhari experienced assigned portfolios to the 43 newly inaugurated ministers on August 21.

Newswatch.ng stories that the Pressident had in the beginning appointed Godswill Akpabio as Niger Delta minister, though Keyamo was assigned minister of state, for Niger Delta.

In a statement from Willie Bassey, the director of data at the business office of secretary to the federal government of the federation, Keyamo would change Tayo Alasoadura even though Alasoadura changed him at the Niger Delta Affairs ministry.

“Mr Festus Keyamo, Minister of Point out for Niger Delta Affairs is to move to Ministry of Labour and Employment as Minister of Condition.

“Senator Tayo Alasoadura is to transfer to Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs as Minister of State.

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“This redeployment takes effect from right now, Tuesday 24th September, 2019,” the statement browse.

In reaction to the enhancement, Keyamo tweeted on Tuesday night, September 24, that he is prepared to provide the Buhari government in any capability.

“ON THE Go Again: TWO PORTFOLIOS IN TWO MONTHS! Just been redeployed to the Ministry of Labour and Work to work with my very long-time large brother, H.E, Chris Ngige.

“Thank you, Mr. President for locating me flexible more than enough to transfer close to. Normally all set to provide in any capacity,” Keyamo tweeted.

ON THE Go Yet again: TWO PORTFOLIOS IN TWO MONTHS! Just been redeployed to the Ministry of Labour and Employment to do the job with my very long-time huge brother, H.E, Chris Ngige. Thank you, Mr. President for discovering me multipurpose sufficient to go all-around. Generally completely ready to provide in any capacity💪 pic.twitter.com/pEQ6lcpXSO— Festus Keyamo, SAN (@fkeyamo) September 24, 2019


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