You may want to know that The President also told the new ministers to note that their assignment starts immediately and that they have a duty to restore faith in government.

In a related development, Bunmi Tunji-Ojo, a lawmaker representing Akoko north-east/north-west federal constituency, has resigned from the lower chamber.

Tunji-Ojo was one of 45 out of the 48 ministerial nominees confirmed by the senate.

In a letter released on Sunday, Tunji-Ojo said his resignation from the lower chamber will enable him to contribute his quota to the development of the country.

Over the past few days, Tunji-Ojo has made the headlines over claims that he presented a controversial National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, certificate for his ministerial screening.

However, the upper legislative chamber cleared him.

He was first elected into the House of Representatives in 2019.

He served as chairperson of the House Committee on Niger Delta Development Commission, NNDC.