DSS Clears 21 Ministerial Nominees As National Assembly Resumes Today

Uncertainty looms over National Assembly principal officers as both chambers resume today A total of 21 ministerial nominees have been cleared by Department of State Services (DSS), multiple sources told Daily Trust. The clearance by the intelligence agency comes ahead of today’s resumption of the two chambers of the National Assembly from their recess. It was further gathered that list of the nominees would be transmitted to the Senate for screening and confirmation in line with the 1999 Constitution soon. The presidency had severally pledged to Nigerians that the constitution of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) won’t be delayed this

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Ministerial Appointments: Buhari Takes Candidates’ List Abroad For Vetting

Barring last minutes changes, President Mohammadu Buhari is set to take a short leave abroad expressly to vet both ministerial performance audit report and a list of ministerial candidates with their curriculum vitae, (CV) Sunday INDEPENDENT reliably gathered over the weekend. As further learnt, the president is set to embark on total cleansing of the house with at least 80 percent of the current ministers and other federal appointees in his cabinet likely to go. It was also gathered that so far, only three ministers; Rotimi Amaechi, Chris Ngige, and Babtunde Raji Fashola are the most likely to reemerge in

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