|Federal Capital Territory Minister|
| In office|
29 May 1999 - February 2001
|Preceded by||Mamman Kontagora|
|Succeeded by||Mohammed Abba Gana|
|Born|| December 25, 1950 |
Ngala, Borno State, Nigeria
Architect Ibrahim Bunu was Minister from the Federal government Capital place (FCT), Nigeria in the beginning of the Nigerian Fourth Republic, keeping office from Might 1999 until Feb 2001 in the cupboard of Chief executive Olusegun Obasanjo. He was changed by Engineer Mohammed Abba Gana, also of Borno Condition, in a cupboard reshuffle in Feb 2001. Bunu was created on 25 Dec 1950 in Ngala, Borno Condition. In 1982 he was appointed Minister of Condition, Casing and Environment. Bunu designed the Nigerian Country wide Petroleum Company (NNPC) Towers in Abuja. In April 2008 the Senate Committee within the Federal Capital Place (FCT) summoned Bunu and additional former FCT ministers to guard their actions regarding property allocations, revocations and sale of AUTHORITIES houses throughout their tenure. In March 2010 Chief executive Goodluck Jonathan setup a Federal Projects Assessment Committee going by Bunu “to assess and offer necessary information within the status of on-going AUTHORITIES projects over the nation.” Bunu instantly came under great pressure to describe how he could probe “ongoing tasks” that began during his administration from the FCT.