List Of The Names Of Ministers President Buhari Is Expected To Submit Before July 2

Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari

The 9th Senate headed by Ahmad Lawan, after resuming his two weeks of recess in July, will initiate a quick selection and confirmation of the persons whose names are expected to have been presented by the Presidency before the resumption of the upper legislative chamber on July 2nd.
Senior legislators in the National Assembly of Nigeria said they expected President Muhammadu Buhari to present a list of ministers who will form their federal executive council before or before July 2.

The 9th Senate headed by Ahmad Lawan, after resuming his two weeks of recess in July, will initiate a quick selection and confirmation of the persons whose names are expected to have been presented by the Presidency before the resumption of the upper legislative chamber on July 2nd.

However, a senior senator told the Guardian that, at the moment, there is nothing on the ground regarding the list of people to be confirmed as ministers, but he was optimistic that, within the next two weeks After the recess of the Senate, the President would have presented the list.

Another legislator who has just been elevated from the House of Representatives to the Senate in the elections of February 23, 2019 said that although the President is still within a reasonable time if he presents the list before July, President Muhammadu is expected. Buhari compensated for the time lost during his first term when he delayed the ministerial list for six months.

The legislator also noted that it is especially very strategic and useful for the President to comply with the July schedule because the Senate could continue its annual end-of-session holiday at the end of that month to reconvene in September.

However, he was optimistic that within two weeks after the recess of the Senate, the President would have presented the list.

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The legislator also noted that it is especially very strategic and useful for the President to comply with the July schedule because the Senate could continue its annual end-of-session holiday at the end of that month to reconvene in September.

“I think the President should take advantage of the three weeks he would spend in the Senate in session between July 2 and the end of that month, ensuring that before returning from this two-week recess, the ministerial list is ready for him to simply” Determine and confirm within three weeks that we will sit before going to the recess of the session, “said the legislator.

“Anything below that would be tantamount to dragging Nigeria into the delay experienced four years ago because the Senate will not resume until around the third week of September.”

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