5. Minster of Communications; Adebayo Shittu: The controversy that surrounded the MTN fine exposed the lack of managerial qualities of the Minister of Communications. The problem trailing the role of the Ministry in the out-of-court settlement by MTN Nigeria, and its payment of N50 billion to the Federal Government still remains unaddressed. For over one year in office, the only ideas coming out of the Ministry is tax improvement on various telecommunications and not quality of services or abnormal messages chunk out of the telecommunication. The Minister’s shortcoming include the introduction of taxes on phone calls, text messages and data tariff hike while telecom operators are yet to develop their bandwidth as well as improve quality of service for the end users. The minister of communications seems to be finding it difficult with his current portfolio.
6. Minister of Works, Power and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola was known for his versatility and hardwork when he was the governor of Lagos state. But, shortly after his appointment as the Minister of Works, Power and Housing, Mr. Fashola seems overburdened with the pressure of the three giant ministries although within shortest period, the Nation recorded peak megawatt of electricity supply but has also recorded total shutdown more than twice.