|Federal Minister of Tourism, Culture and National Orientation|
26 July 2007 – 7 November 2008
|Preceded by||Babalola Borisade|
|Succeeded by||Jibrin Bello Gada|
|Federal Minister of Labour|
17 December 2008 – 10 February 2010
|Preceded by||Hassan Muhammed Lawal|
|Succeeded by||Ibrahim Kazaure|
|Federal Minister of Justice|
10 February 2010 – 17 March 2010
|Preceded by||Michael Aondoakaa|
|Succeeded by||Mohammed Bello Adoke|
|Defence Minister of Nigeria|
6 April 2010 – 2011
|Preceded by||Godwin Abbe|
|Succeeded by||Haliru Mohammed Bello|
31 October 1958 |
Ondo State, Nigeria
|Political party||People's Democratic Party|
Adetokunbo Kayode, Senior Advocate of Nigeria (born 31 October 1958 in Ondo State, Nigeria) held several positions in the cabinet of President Umaru Yar'Adua and was appointed Defence Minister of Nigeria in April 2010 by the then Acting President Goodluck Jonathan.
Adetokunbo hails from Ikaram-Akoko in Ondo State and holds the traditional title Omoba as a Yoruba prince. He has an Bachelor of Laws from University of Lagos. Kayode was counsel to the Federal Government, the People's Democratic Party (Nigeria), the Independent National Electoral Commission. He is married to his wife Funmilayo; they have five children (3 boys and 2 girls).
After the 2007 elections, President Umaru Yar'Adua appointed him Minister of Culture & Tourism. While he was minister, the National Council of Arts and Culture hosted the first African Arts and Crafts Expo, AFAC 2008. He was praised for completing the tourism master plan. In November 2008 he was removed from this job when the cabinet was dissolved, but in December 2008 was appointed Minister of Labour and Productivity. When Goodluck Jonathan became Acting President, he replaced Attorney General Mike Aondoakaa with Kayode on 10 February, but on 17 March dismissed his entire cabinet. Kayode was replaced as Minister of Labour by Ibrahim Kazaure.
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- Okey Muogbo, Lanre Adewole and Taiwo Adisa. "Jonathan redeploys Aondoakaa: •Adetokunbo Kayode named new AGF •Police storm ex-AGF’s office •Yar’Adua’s kitchen cabinet in disarray". Tribune. Archived from the original on 19 April 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-13.
- Daniel Idonor (6 April 2010). "Jonathan Names New Cabinet". Vanguard. Retrieved 2010-04-13.