Federal Ministry of Justice The Nigerian Federal Ministry of Justice is the legal arm of the Federal Government of Nigeria, primarily concerned with bringing cases before the judiciary that are initiated or assumed by the government. It is headed by the Attorney General, who is also Minister of Justice and is assisted by a Permanent Secretary, who is a career civil servant.
Federal Ministry of Culture and Tourism and National Orientation The Federal Ministry of Tourism and Culture was carved out of the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture, and the Federal Ministry of Commerce and Tourism in June, 1999. The additional responsibility of managing the Nations ethical re-orientation was added to its portfolio in 2004 and the Ministry was re-named the Federal Ministry of Tourism, Culture and National Orientation (FMTC&NO). The Ministry is structured into six departments (6), and oversees the functions of ten (10) parastatals.
Nigeria Atomic Energy Commission (NAEC) It has the mandate to develop the framework and technical pathway to explore, exploit and harness atomic energy for peaceful application in all its ramifications for the socio-economic development of Nigeria
Federal Ministry of Education The Federal Ministry of Education has been vested with the overall responsibility for laying down national policies and guidelines for uniform standards for all levels of education in Nigeria as enshrined in various statutory instruments.