Full list of the 43 ministerial nominees

Filed in Headlines Nigeria by on August 21, 2019

Full list of the 43 ministerial nominees sent by President Buhari to the Nigerian Senate on 23rd July 2019.

President of the 9th Senate Ahmed Lawan,has confirmed receiving the ministerial list of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Full list of the 43 ministerial nominees

Full Inauguration Speech Of President Muhammadu Buhari  Full list of the 43 ministerial nominees sent by President Buhari

Senate President read the list consisting of 43 nominees. He noted that the screening of the nominees will commence tomorrow.

Former minister of transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has been named in President Muhammadu Buhari’s ministerial nominees’ list.

This was made known by his aide, Abubakar Usman, on Tuesday.

“President of the Senate, Distinguished Senator Ahmad Lawan has announced receiving the list of ministerial nominees for confirmation from President Muhammadu Buhari,” the legislative aide said in a tweet.

“In all, 43 ministerial nominees were sent to the Senate for confirmation,” Mr Usman added.

Senator Godswill Akpabio has also made the list which was announced on Tuesday on the floor of the Senate.

  • Chris Ngige
  • Hadi Sirika
  • Rotimi Amaechi
  • Festus Keyamo
  • Uche Ogah
  • Emeka Nwajuiba
  • Sadiya Farouk
  • Musa Bello
  • Babatunde Fashola
  • Godswill Akpabio
  • Sharon Ikeazor
  • Ogbonnaya Onu
  • Akpa Udo
  • Adebayo (Ekiti)
  • Timipre Sylva
  • Adamu Adamu
  • Lai Mohammed
  • Shewuye (Borno)
  • Isa Pantami
  • Gbemi Saraki
  • Ramatu Tijani
  • Clement Abam
  • George Akume
  • Sunday Dare
  • Geofrey Onyeama
  • Tayo Alasaodura
  • Olorunminbe Mamora
  • Mohammed Abdullahi
  • Osagie Ehanere
  • Maryam Katagun
  • Zainab Ahmed
  • Sabo Nano
  • Zubair Dada
  • Paullen Tallen
  • Abubakar Aliyu
  • Sale Mamman
  • Abubakar Malami
  • Muhammed Mamood
  • Mohammed Adamu
  • Rauf Aregbesola
  • Mustapha Buba Jedi Agba
  • Olamilekan Adegbite
  • Mohammed Dangyadi

The list is coming barely 3 days away from the two months recess lawmakers are expected to embark on.

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