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President Tinubu Submits Second Ministerial List for Senate Screening

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President Tinubu Submits Second Ministerial List for Senate Screening

President Bola Tinubu has sent a new batch of ministerial nominees to the Nigerian Senate for screening, marking a significant step in forming his government. According to a reliable source in the Senate, the list is expected to be read during today’s plenary session.

The screening process began earlier this week, with 14 out of the 28 nominees already facing the Senate. On Tuesday, nine more nominees were screened, including prominent figures such as Senator David Umahi, Olawale Edun, and Nasir el-Rufai.

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During the screening, finance expert Olawale Edun provided insights on the nation’s exchange rate and suggested that Nigeria could learn from India’s experience in palliative sharing through the use of biometrics.

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Former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Adebayo Adelabu, expressed concern over the lack of supervision and oversight of the CBN’s activities by the economic management ministries of the Federal Government.

Notably, Senator Sunday Karimi raised a petition against Nasir el-Rufai, citing issues related to insecurity in Southern Kaduna. Despite the petition, other senators commended el-Rufai’s competence, emphasizing that his track record makes him a suitable candidate for the ministerial position.

The screening of the 28 nominees is expected to conclude today, paving the way for the unveiling of the next set of nominees by Wednesday. The Senate aims to complete the entire screening process before going on recess to avoid any delays in forming the new government.

President Tinubu’s vision, as outlined by Nasir el-Rufai during the screening, is to achieve uninterrupted power supply within seven years, a goal that aligns with addressing one of Nigeria’s significant challenges.

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The President’s nominee list will be closely watched by citizens and political observers, as it represents his administration’s potential direction and priorities. The government’s formation is eagerly awaited, as Nigerians hope for capable leaders who can address the nation’s pressing issues effectively.

As the Senate continues the screening process, citizens eagerly anticipate the final list of ministers who will be entrusted with shaping the country’s future.

(Source: The Punch)

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