Tue. Apr 16th, 2024

The long-awaited ministerial list of President Bola Tinubu has been said to have arrived at the Senate.

This was disclosed in a tweet by Sahara Reporters on Thursday, July 20. The development is coming on the 54th day of President Tinubu in office.
According to the new law, the president has been compelled to forward the names of his minister to the National Assembly within his 60 days in office.
There have been several comments on the calibre of people that would make up the cabinet list of the President.
Before now, President Tinubu has appointed some special advisers in his nearly two months in office. The list was earlier reported to have been subjected to the scrutiny of the Department of State Service (DSS) and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). How President Tinubu strikes out ministerial nominees It was also reported that the move was one of the President’s ways to reject the names of some political allies, former governors, traditional rulers and many others who are jostling to be minister under President Tinubu rather than outright rejection of the nominees. Multiple sources revealed that earlier revealed that the list would be read on the floor of the Senate on Wednesday, but the Upper Chamber only went on with its business without the list.
However, latest report revealed that the list has just been moved to the Senate and it is expected to be read anytime soon.

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