Buhari’s ministers to be known this week Says Lawan

FG Releases Final Admission Status of Pupils of 2019 National Common Entrance Examination - Click Here for Details

TRCN PQE MAY Diet 2019 Passed List (See Full List) - Click Here!

President of the Senate Ahmed Lawan: says President Buhari will soon send list of ministers.

Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, on Wednesday said President Muhammadu Buhari’s nominees for ministerial positions will be sent to the senate before weekend.

Lawan made the disclosure at the plenary after a Point of Order was raised by Sen Albert Bassey Akpan (PDP, A/Ibom).

Read Also  Insurgency: Accidental discharge kills 2 soldiers

Lawan said the Executive arm was working very hard on the ministerial list and that from the feelers he got the list will soon be sent. He said that he was sure that the nominees would be screened before the lawmakers’ vacation.

Akpan had, in his Point of Order urged the president to send the names of his ministerial nominees soon as the senators would soon embark on their annual recess.

Click Here to Join Newsnow Nigeria WhatsApp Group for Breaking News Alerts
Read Also  Hoodlums Set INEC Office Ablaze In Osun (See Photos)

In 2015, Buhari was heavily criticised for taking six months to get his cabinet ready. The delay earned him the nickname of ‘Baba Go Slow’, for which his aides retorted: ‘Better to be slow and steady’.

Download e-books for education and research for FREE - Click Here

Worries are similarly being expressed that he is treading the ‘Go slow lane’ in unveiling his ministerial list.


Click Here to Join Newsnow Nigeria WhatsApp Group for Breaking News Alerts


Read Also  Buhari, APC Fussing Over Atiku’s Strategy Meetings Is Defeatist Says PDP (Press Release)




Get the latest BREAKING NEWS inside your e-mail address inbox; fill the form below and click the subscribe button
English Premier League – Fixtures, Results and Table - Click Here

Do You Know Nigeria? Attempt 10 simple questions on Nigeria for FREE and Win FREE N500 Airtime - Click Here to Participate!

For your news articles, press release, Breaking News, send e-mail to [email protected]