9. Minister of Trade, Investment & Industry – Okechukwu Enelamah: Trade and Investment should be rescue options for a country plunged in economic recession. Little seems to have been done by the Minister to salvage the situation, with several industries folding up, investors running away, and stringent trading options.
10. Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu: There were several calls by Nigerians for President Buhari to sack Adamu. More specifically, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) asked President Muhammadu Buhari to sack him because he is insensitive and lacks commitment to reversing the dwindling Nigerian education sector. ASUU added that Mr Adamu failed to engage with the union on its repeated demands and correspondences. Also, a non-governmental organisation, Concerned Citizens for Educational Development, CCED, decried some of the recent actions and policies of the Ministerwhich it claimed were impacting negatively on the education sector.
Minister of Environment – Amina Mohammed: She performed well but the President may replace her with another candidate due to her new assignment with the United Nations
Minister of State for Labour – James Ocholi (deceased): The president will also use the opportunity of cabinet resufflement to seek another candidate for the Kogi slot