President Bola Tinubu is expected to send his list of ministerial nominees to the Senate for screening this week, according to presidency sources. With the constitutional deadline of 60 days approaching since his inauguration on May 29, the President has about 10 days left to constitute his cabinet.
The highly anticipated list of ministerial nominees has reportedly been prepared for some time, undergoing adjustments and revisions along the way. A source within the Presidency revealed that the final list is ready and is expected to be forwarded to the National Assembly between Wednesday and Thursday, barring any unforeseen delays.
Nigerians have been eagerly speculating on the composition of the new cabinet, with various purported lists circulating online. President Tinubu has kept the nation guessing, fueling speculation of a potential government of national unity. However, it remains solely at the discretion of President Tinubu to decide the timing and selection of nominees.
The process of submitting the list of ministerial nominees to the National Assembly is a crucial step in the formation of the new government. The Senate will subsequently screen and confirm the nominees, ensuring their suitability and qualifications for their respective positions.
President Tinubu’s choice of ministers will be scrutinized closely, as the nation seeks capable individuals who can effectively address the pressing issues facing Nigeria. From the economy to security, infrastructure development to social welfare, the composition of the new cabinet will play a crucial role in shaping the nation’s future.
The anticipation and curiosity surrounding the list will make it a highly searched topic, reflecting the nation’s keen interest in the formation of the new government.
As the countdown to the constitutional deadline continues, Nigerians will eagerly follow the developments surrounding President Tinubu’s submission of the ministerial nominees’ list. The composition of the new cabinet holds the promise of charting a course for Nigeria’s progress and addressing the challenges that lie ahead.
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