Wike, El-Rufai, Umahi, and 25 Others Make Tinubu’s Ministerial List; Senate Screening to follow
As Nigerians await the unveiling of President Bola Tinubu’s ministerial list, Senate President Godswill Akpabio arrived at the upper chamber and session was successful.
Senate President Akpabio has officially presented President Tinubu’s 28-man ministry list.
The list includes:
- Abubakar Momoh
- Amb. Maitama Tuka
- Ahmed Dangiwa
- Hannatu Musawa
- Chief Uche Nnaji
- Beta Edu
- Doris Anite Uzoka
- David Umahi
- Nyesom Wike
- Mohammed Badaru Abubakar
- Mallam Nasir El-rufai
- Ekperikpe Ekpo
- Hon Nkiru Onyejeocha
- Hon. Olubunmi Tunji Ojo
- Stalla Oketete
- Muhammad Goronyo
- Hon. Uju Kennedy Ohanenye
- Dele Alake
- Lateef Fagbemi SAN
- Muhammad Idris
- Olawale Edu
- Waheed Adelabu
- Iman Sulaiman Ibrahim
- Prof. Ali Pate
- Prof. Joseph Userve
- Senator Abubakar Kyari
- Senator John Enoh
- Sani Abubakar Danladi
Femi Gbajabiamila, the immediate past Speaker of the House of Representatives, presented the list to Senate President Akpabio.
President Tinubu’s list of ministerial nominees has been confirmed by the Senate. The Senate resolved into an executive session, set to discuss modalities on how to screen ministerial nominees expected to be unveiled by Senate President Akpabio any time from now.
The Senate president read the ministerial list of President Bola Tinubu who assumed office as Nigeria’s President on May 29, 2023, and constitutionally had 60 days to form his cabinet. The list was read today during the plenary session.
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