FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER, WORKS & HOUSING

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DEPARTMENTS

Structurally, the Ministry has undergone some changes in recent times aimed at ensuring the effective discharge of its mandate. It is presently structured into eighteen(18) professional departments, four (4) service departments and six units.

The departments are:-
1.    Planning, Research and Statistics
2.    Finance and Accounts
3.    Procurement
4.    Human Resource Management
5.    Highways, Planning & Development
6.    Highways Design - Roads
7.    Highways Design - Bridges
8.    Highways, Mat. Geo-Technics & QC
9.    Highways Public Private Partnership
10.    Highways Road Sector Development Team
11.    Highways, South-West Zone
12.    Highways, South-East Zone
13.    Highways, South-South Zone
14.    Highways, North-West Zone
15.    Highways, North-East Zone
16.    Highways, North-Central Zone
17.    Electrical / Street Lighting Services
18.    Central Workshop
19.    Engineering Management Services
20.    Reform Coord. & Service Improvement
21.    Urban And Regional Development
22.    Engineering Services

The Units are:-
1.    Legal Services
2.    Press and Public Relations
3.    Office of the Permanent Secretary
4.    Audit
5.    Protocol
6.    Reforms, Servicom and Anti-Corruption Unit

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23 August, 2017

FASHOLA AT THE NIGERIA INDUSTRIAL POLICY AND COMPETITIVENESS ADVISORY COUNCILS STAKEHOLDER SESSION ON CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Hon Minister of Power Works Housing Mr Babatunde Fashola SAN left and Acting DGCEO Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission Engr Chidi Izuwah right during the Nigeria Industrial Policy and Competitiveness Advisory Councils Critical Infrastructure Stakeholder Session on Power Road Broadband at the KPMG Tower Victoria Island Lagos on Thursday 17th August 2017

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14 July, 2017

FASHOLA DELIVERS PUBLIC LECTURE ON POWER SECTOR REFORMS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS

Hon Minister of Power Works Housing Mr Babatunde Fashola SAN right being welcomed by ProChancellor and Chairman of Council of the University of Lagos Dr Wale Babalakin SAN2nd left the Vice Chancellor University of Lagos Prof Rahamon Bello left and former Commissioner of Finance in Lagos State Mr Ayo Gbeleyi 2nd right to the University where the Minister delivered a lecture on the topic Power Sector Reforms Challenges and the Way Forward at the Department of Economics 2017 Distinguished Public Lecture Series held at the JF Ade Ajayi Auditorium Former Main Auditorium University of Lagos on Thursday 13th July 2017

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