Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni

Posted On 16 May 2010
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Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni is a Local Government Area of Rivers State in Nigeria, with its capital at Omoku. It is part of the Ogba / Ebgema / Ndoni / Ahoada West constituency of the Nigerian House of Representatives.[1]

The Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area is inhabited by Ogba, Egbema and Ndoni ethnic groups. They are great farmers and fishermen/women and with a rich cultural history. The area has produced prominent sons and daughters, which included Hon. (Chief Victor Igwe Masi (Former Minister for Finance – Nigeria), Senator F. J. Ellah, Chief C. D. Orike, Dr. Peter Odili (former Governor of Rivers State, Nigeria),Chief Ifeanyi Odili (the Onwa of Ndoni), among others.

Mbama Mike Okiro, the Agunechemba I of Egbema, was Nigeria’s first ethnic Igbo to assume the post of police Inspector General

 

Ministries

In Nigeria, there are 19 Federal Ministries, covering all relevant sectors of the polity.
Each has a Minister and in some cases, an additional Minister of State at the helm of affairs. These appointments are made by the President. The Permanent Secretary is the accounting officer and administrative head of each ministry, while the Head of Service of the federation is the administrative head of the Civil Service.

Ministries

The ministries are Agriculture & Water ResourcesAviationCommerce and IndustryDefenceEducation, Energy (Gas, Petroleum and Power), Environment, Federal Capital Territory, Finance, Foreign Affairs, Health, Information & Communications, Interior, Justice, Labour, Mines and Steel Development, Niger Delta, Police Affairs, Police Formation and Command, Science & Technology, Transportation, Tourism, Culture & National Orientation, Youth Development, Women Affairs, Works, Housing & Urban Development, National Sports Commission and National Planning Commission.[2]

Leadership structure

Each ministry has a Minister who is appointed by the President subject to approval by the Senate, and also has a Permanent Secretary, who is a senior civil servant. The Minister is responsible for policy and the Permanent Secretary is responsible for implementation of policy.[1] In some cases, a Federal minister is responsible for more than one ministry (e.g. Environment and Housing), and may be assisted by one or more Ministers of State.[2]

The list of Federal Ministries is given below:

A-H

Federal Ministry of Agriculture & Water Resources
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Industry
Federal Ministry of Culture, Tourism and National Orientation
Federal Ministry of Defence
Federal Ministry of Education
Federal Ministry of Energy
Federal Ministry of Environment, Housing and Urban Development
Federal Ministry of Finance
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Federal Ministry of Health

I-Z
Federal Ministry of Information & Communications
Federal Ministry of Interior
Federal Ministry of Justice
Federal Ministry of Labour
Federal Ministry of Mines and Steel Development
Federal Ministry of Science and Technology
Federal Ministry of Transportation
Federal Ministry of Women Affairs
Federal Ministry of Youth Development
PRESIDENCY

Federal Capital Territory
National Planning Commission
National Sports Commission

Address & Phone Numbers

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Federal Ministry of Finance & Economic Development
Plots 745 & 746 Ahmadu Bello Way
Central Area, P.M.B 14 Garki
Abuja
Telephone: +2349 234 6291-5
Fax: +2349 234 0512

Federal Ministry of Power & Steel
New Federal Secretariat Complex
Shehu Shagari Way
3rd/4th Floors, Annex B
Telephone: +2349 523 7064
Fax: +2349 234 3563

Federal Ministry of Petroleum Resources
Federal Secretariat
Shehu Shagari Way
Abuja
Telephone: +2349 523 3539-8
Federal Ministry of Justice
New Federal Secretariat Complex
Wing 1B (1001-1099)
10th Floor, Federal Secretariat
Block 1, Shehu Shagari Way, Abuja
Telephone: +2349 523 5194

Federal Ministry of Science & Technology
9th Floor, New Federal Secretariat
Shehu Shagari Way
Abuja
Telephone: +2349 523 3397
Fax: +2349 523 4390 & 523 3903
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Maputo Street, Wuse Zone 3
P.M.B 130, Garki
Abuja
Telephone: +2349 523 0185-6

Federal Ministry of Commerce & Tourism
Old Secretariat
Area 1, Block G & H
P.M.B 88, Garki, Abuja
Telephone: +2349 234 1490
Fax: +2349 234 1541

Federal Ministry of Transport
2nd Floor, Annex 3
New Federal Secretariat Complex
Shehu Shagari Way
Central Area
P.M.B 1136, Abuja, FCT
Telephone: +2349 523 7054

Federal Ministry of Communications
2nd & 3rd Floors, Federal Secretariat
Abuja
Telephone: +2349 523 7183

Federal Ministry of Industries
P.M.B 85, Garki Post Office
Old Federal Secretariat
Area 1, Garki
Block C, Abuja
Telephone: +2349 234 1387
More Telephones: +2349 1721

Federal Ministry of Water Resources & Rural Development
P.M.B 159, Block A
Old Secretariat, Area 1
Garki, Abuja
Telephone: +2349 234 0206; 2342684

Federal Ministry of Defence
Defence Headquarters
Opposite Agura Hotels
PMB 196, Area 7
Graki, Abuja,
Telephone: +2349 234 0532; 234 0533

Federal Ministry of Solid Minerals Development
5th floor, Annex 3
New Federal Secretariat Complex
Shehu Shagari Way
Central Area, Abuja, FCT
Telephone: +2349 523 3536; 523 6452

National Planning Commission
4th Floor, New Federal Secretariat
Shehu Shagari Way
Abuja
Telephone: +2349 523 6626
Fax: +2349 523 6625

Federal Ministry of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Complex Block A, Area 11
P.M.B 135, Garki, Abuja
Telephone: +2349 234 1931

Federal Ministry of Works & Housing
Radio House, Herbert Macaulay Way (south)
P.M.B 111, Garki, Abuja
(Opposite the International Conference Centre)
Telephone: +2349 1932; 234 6073
Federal Ministry of Aviation
Federal Secretariat
Shehu Shagari Way
Abuja
Telephone: +2349 523 2123

Federal Ministry of Federal Capital Territory
Area 11, Garki, Abuja
P.M.B 25 Garki, Abuja
Telephone: +2349 234 1195; 234 1525

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