Amaechi, Fashola, Onu among ex-ministers speculated to be retained by Buhari
Nigerians are anticipating the announcement of President Muhammadu Buhari’s cabinet members, There are speculations that the president will retain some of the ex-ministers on merit – The former ministers’ names are said to be on the list which was reportedly submitted to the president of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, on Wednesday, July 10 As
Nigerians await the announcement of those President Muhammadu Buhari plans to appoint into his cabinet, there are speculations that the president will retain some of the ex-ministers on merit. The former ministers’ names are said to be on the list which was reportedly submitted to Senate president Ahmad Lawan on Wednesday, July 10. READ ALSO: BAYELSA GUBER SENATOR DIRI FORMALLY JOINS RACE
Those speculated to be on the list are ex-ministers of justice and AGF Abubakar Malami ( SAN); Adamu Adamu( Education); Hadi Sirika ( aviation); Zainab Ahmed (finance); Aisha Abubakar (Women Affairs); Lai Mohammed ( information); Babatunde Fashola (works, power and housing); Rotimi Amaechi (transportation); Mohammed Musa Bello( FCT); Suleiman Adamu Kazaure (water resources); Dr Ogbonnaya Onu (science & technology); Solomon Dalung (sports & youths development) and others, The Nation reports.
the Presidency simply said: “All things being equal, the Senate will receive the list on Thursday morning. PDM WITHDRAWS FROM BUHARI’S PETITION
Lawan said this on Wednesday, July 10, while responding to a point of order raised by the lawmaker representing Akwa Ibom northeast, Senator Albert Bassey Akpan, who expressed worries
over the delay within the presentation of the list by the chief to the legislative arm.
The Senate president said the executive was working hard to ensure that it makes available to the Senate, the list before the end of this week. Earlier, Akpan United Nations agency came beneath Order forty three, said that it was worrisome that the list was not yet made available to the Senate, especially against the backdrop that in the
next two weeks, the lawmakers would embark on the traditional two-month recess. According to him, there was the requirement for the chief to hasten the method of forwarding to the Senate, the ministerial list so as for his or her vacation to not be affected