Buhari's minister Amina Mohammed to vacate office in March


The Minister of Environment, Amina Mohammed, will stop being a member of President Muhammadu Buhari’s cabinet on March 2.
Minister of Environment, Amina Mohammed
Amina Mohammed will vacate office as minister in March
She will be heading to New York where she will take up her new job as the deputy secretary-general of the United Nations.

According to her, she will stop being a minister once she is sworn in at the UN in March.
Before her appointment as minister, she served as Special Adviser on the Millennium Development goals.
In December 2016, she was got a new appointment as the deputy secretary general of international agency.
During her tenure as minister, Mohammed championed the Ogoni clean-up exercise.
Meanwhile, Mohammed has pledged to work to enhance the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals as she takes on her new role at the United Nations headquarters.
Speaking during a congratulatory programme organised for her in Lagos, she said she would formulate policies that will create a better economy out of growing back the trees.
Some of the areas attendees asked her to impact on were women empowerment, child right development, poverty alleviation and gender parity