President Muhammadu Buhari sent the ministerial list to the senate on Tuesday. In any case, just seven women made it to the list that has 43 names. This implies women have just 16 percent of the proposed bureau.
There were six women in his first ministerial list of 36 out of 2015, which is additionally 16 percent.
Previous president Goodluck Jonathan accomplished more than 30 percent with his appointments during his administration.
The seven women that made it to Buhari’s ministerial list are below
- Pauline Tallen
The 60-year-old politician served in the administration of ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo. She was then the minister of state for science and innovation. In 2007, she won the seat of the deputy governor of Plateau state and later challenged governorship race in 2011 yet lost to Jonah Jang. The University of Jos human science graduate abandoned the Peoples Democratic Party to the All Progressives Congress before the 2015 election. She is the principal female to be a deputy governor in the northern area.