One of them has been predicted to be the next minister of finance, scroll down read and enjoy.
1] Kemi Adeosun – Ogun State
Profile Of Kemi Adeosun “Ministerial Nominee Representing Ogun State” She was the Commissioner for Finance is a senior finance professional with 22 years experience gained internationally and within Nigeria.
Kemi Adeosun Was Born 9th March, 1967, Kemi attended the famous University of East London between 1986 and 1989 after his secondary education where he bagged Bsc Hon. Applied Economics with Upper Second Class Honours. An Applied Economist, Kemi graduated from the University of East London in 1989 and later in 1994 became a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants (England & Wales)
Born and bred in London, her father was a civil servant and she is the third of four children. A graduate of Economics from the University of East London, she was a senior manager at the Price Waterhouse Coopers, London.
CURRENTLY PREDICTED TO BE THE MINISTER OF FINANCE
2] Aisha Jummai Al-Hassan – Taraba State
Aisha Jummai Al-Hassan is a former Senator representing Taraba North constituency of Taraba State, which she won under the platform of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).
She later decamped to All Progressive Congress (APC) and was the Governorship Candidate of Taraba State for the 2015 general elections. She was defeated in the election re-run held on 25th of April 2015 and failed to become Nigeria’s 1st female democratically elected Governor.
A lawyer by training, Jummai is the former Attorney General and Commissioner of Justice, Taraba State. She was appointed the Chief Registrar of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja on 17 December 2003. She was born in 1959.
3] Amina Mohammed – Kaduna State
Amina Mohammed is the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Special Adviser on Post-2015 Development Planning. She was appointed to this position on 7 June 2012
Ms. Mohammed has been working in the field of development for more than 30 years both in the public sector and the private sector. Prior to her current appointment, she was the CEO and founder of the think tank Center for Development Policy Solutions.
Previously, she worked as senior adviser to the President of Nigeria (Late Musa Yardua and Goodluck Jonathan) on Millennium Development Goals for six years. In this position, she was in charge of designing and developing government projects to reduce poverty around the country.
Between 2002 and 2005, she worked in the United Nations Millennium Project as a coordinator of the Task Force on Gender and Education.
In 1991, Ms. Mohammed founded Afri-Projects Consortium, a multidisciplinary firm of Engineers and Quantity Surveyors, and from 1991 to 2001 she was its Executive Director. Between 1981 and 1991, she worked with Archcon Nigeria in association with Norman and Dawbarn United Kingdom.
Ms. Mohammed has also served on many international advisory boards and panels such as the Gates Foundation and the UN Secretary General’s Global Sustainability Panel.
Ms. Mohammed was born in 1961. She has six children.