This happened after the confirmation of 45 ministerial nominees out of the 48 presented by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
Former governor of Edo State, Senator Adams Oshimohole was named chairman on Interior, Senator Ahmad Lawan got chairman on Defence, former governor of Sokoto State, Aminu Tambuwal had chairman on Housing while former governor of Zamfara state, Senator Abdulaziz Abubakar Yari emerged chairman on Water Resources,
Also appointed were Sen Godiya Akwashiki (Airforce), Buhari Abdul-Fata (Aviation), Osita Izunaso (Capital Market), Cyril Fasuyi (Establishment), Seriake Dickson (Ecology/Climate Change), Petroleum Downstream (Jide Ipisagba), Aliyu Wadada (Public Account), Shehu Kaka (Special Duties), Patrick Ndubueze (Works), Solomon Adeola (Appropriations), Musa Sani (Finance), and Abiru Tokunbo (Banking).
The new chairmen also included Isa Jubril (Customs), Elisha Abbo (Culture and Tourism), Victor Umeh (Diaspora), Lawal Usman (Education), Akintunde Yunus (Environment), Ibrahim Bomai (FCT), Sani Abubakar (Foreign Affairs), Banigo Harry (Health), Enyinaya Abaribe (Power), and Aliyu Wamakko (Local and Foreign Debts).
Others are Adamu Aliero (Land transport), Daniel Olugbenga (Navy), Barinada Mpigi (Niger Delta), Mohammed Monguno (Judiciary), Yemi Adaramodu (Youths and Sports), Ireti Kingigbe (Women Affairs), Orji Kalu (Privatization), Mustapha Sabiu (Agriculture), Aliyu Bilbis (Communications) and Asuquo Ekpenyong (NDDC).
The Monday announcement follows the chairmen of standing committees earlier announced by the Senate President.