List of government ministers of Niger


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The following is a list of Political ministers in the current government of the Republic of Niger, as of 29 June 2009.

For the duties of the Council, see Council of Ministers of Niger

Current Council of Ministers

  • Minister of State for the Interior, Public Safety and Decentralization: Albadé Abouba
  • Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and African Integration : Aichatou Mindaoudou
  • Minister of Economy and Finance: Ali Mahamane Lamine Zeine
  • Minister of Agricultural Development: Ahaman Moussa
  • Minister of Youth and Sports: TBA[1][2][3][4]
  • Minister of Urbanisation, Housing and Land Registry: Aissa Diallo Abdoulaye
  • Minister of Mines and Energy: Mohamed Abdoulahi
  • Minister of Secondary and Higher Education, and Technology and Research: Sidikou Oumarou
  • Minister of Communication, Spokesman of the Government: Mohamed Ben Omar
  • Minister of the Civil Service and Labour: Kanda Siptey
  • Minister of Culture, Arts and Leisure, in charge of the promotion of art-based entrepreneurship: Oumarou Hadary
  • Minister of the Population and Social Reforms: TBA[1][3]
  • Minister of National Education: Ousmane Samba Mamadou
  • Minister in Charge of Relations with State Institutions: Salifou Madou Kelzou
  • Minister of the Environment and the fight against Desertification: Issoufou Bako[5]
  • Minister of National Competitiveness and the fight against the High Cost of Life: Vacant[6]
  • Minister of Religious Affairs and Humanitarian Actions: Labo Issaka
  • Minister of Equipment: Lamido Moumouni Harouna
  • Minister of Trade, Industry and Normalization: Halidou Badje
  • Minister of National Defense: Djida Hamadou (CDS-Rahama) [1][3]
  • Minister of Justice, Attorney General: Garba Lompo[7]
  • Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation:Colonel Issa Mazou[8][9]
  • Minister of Tourism and Handicrafts: Sani Morou Fatouma[10]
  • Minister of Land Development and Community Development: Sadé Souley
  • Minister of Public Health: TBA[1][3]
  • Minister of Animal Resources: TBA[1][3]
  • Minister for the Promotion of the Young Entrepreneurs and the Reform of Public Companies: TBA[1][3][11]
  • Minister of Vocational and Technical Training: Dagra Mamadou[12]
  • Minister for the Promotion of Women and the Protection of Children: Barry Bibata Niandou
  • Minister of African Integration and Nationals living abroad: TBA[1][3]
  • Minister of Water Resources: TBA[1][3]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h On 25 June 2009, CDS-Rahama pulled its eight members from the government. These were:Salou Gobi, Boukari Zila Mahamadou, Issa Lamine, Issiah Kato, Maïzama Hadiza, Seydou Hachimou, Aminou Tassiou . CDS Minister of Defense, Djida Hamadou chose to remain in government.
  2. ^ Niger president's main ally quits the government. AFP. 25 June 2009.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h Niger: remaniement pour remplacer des ministres démissionnaires. AFP. 29 June 2009.
  4. ^ A la Présidence de la République : remaniement du gouvernement. Sahel Dimanche 15 May 2009. Abdourahamane Seydou replaced by Salou Gobi
  5. ^ Remaniement du gouvernement: M. Issoufou Bako nommé ministre de l'Environnement et de la Lutte contre la Désertification. Sahel Dimanche, 29 January 2008. Issoufou Bako replaces Mohamed Akotey, 2009-01-29
  6. ^ Abdou Daouda, died 2009-05-15. Les membres du gouvernement et les populations de Zinder accompagnent le défunt au cimetière musulman de Birni Zinder. Abdou Saïdou ONEP Zinder Diffa. Le Sahel du Lundi. 18 May 2009
  7. ^ A la Présidence de la République : remaniement du gouvernement. Sahel Dimanche 15 May 2009. Dagra Mahamadou replaced by Garba Lompo
  8. ^ A la Présidence de la République : remaniement du gouvernement. Sahel Dimanche 15 May 2009. Amadou Nouhou replaced by Colonel Issa Mazou
  9. ^ Amadou Nouhou replaced Kindo Hamani, June 2007 - 14 September 2008. Mamadou Tandja procède à un léger remaniement du gouvernement, 15 September 2008 - APANEWS
  10. ^ A la Présidence de la République : remaniement du gouvernement. Sahel Dimanche 15 May 2009. Amadou Aissa Siddo replaced by Sani Morou Fatouma
  11. ^ A la Présidence de la République : remaniement du gouvernement. Sahel Dimanche 15 May 2009. Salou Gobi replaced by Maïzama Hadiza
  12. ^ A la Présidence de la République : remaniement du gouvernement. Sahel Dimanche 15 May 2009. Maïzama Hadiza replaced by Dagra Mamadou

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