After some back and forth, the Acting President finally, on Wednesday in Abuja, swore-in the two new ministers.

The new ministers include: Stephen Ocheni from Kogi State and Suleiman Hassan from Gombe.

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Ocheni replaces the late Minister of State for Labour, Mr James Ocholi, who died in a ghastly auto-crash along Kaduna-Abuja highway in 2016.

Hassan, on the other hand, takes the place of Amina Mohammed, who resigned her appointment to take up the job of Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations.

While swearing in the new members of the federal executive council, Osinbajo challenged them to actively participate in the task of turning around the nation’s economy and making life better for all Nigerians.

He stated that the Federal Executive Council is committed to implementing its far-reaching reform programmes as contained in the Economic Recovery and Growth Plan and other such documents.

“We have focused on key areas of the economic reform programme and those key areas have become really what we believed need to be done to make a difference in the Nigerian economy and in the life and livelihoods of Nigerians

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“So, we expect that our new ministers will also join in this herculean task of turning around the Nigerian economy and making life better for the citizens of this country,” Osinbajo said.