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Wednesday, 30 September 2015

POLITICS: Buhari to Resign if He Fails to Name His Ministers Today, September 30, 2015 ?

The Presidency on Wednesday said President Muhammadu Buhari would keep his promise of making public his ministerial list latest by the end of September. The Senate had on Wednesday adjourned its plenary to Tuesday, October 8, 2015, without reading the names of the would-be ministers. There are strong indications that President Muhammadu Buhari has forwarded the names of his ministerial nominees to the Senate for screening, reports Daily Trust.
Buhari’s Special Adviser on National Assembly Matters (Senate), Senator Ita Enang, submitted the names to the upper chamber on Tuesday night.
Many senators confirmed the receipt of the list but would prefer not to comment since they did not know the content of the message delivered by Senator Enang.
To further authenticate the news, Senator Saraki said via his Twitter handle that he has received the Ministers Lists from the presidency. There are indications that the president will be under pressure to resign if he fails to name his cabinet today as promised.

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2 people like this.

Oogunyemi Holuwartaryo Emmy Horladeeplenty

Why would he resign because he Failed to name his ministers or because he failed to keep to his promise? Moreover senate president has confirmed of receiving the list. Let us chill jor.

Endy Edeson

@emmy: you mean there is still hope by 11.59pm today?

Enyinda Nathaniel Okey

interesting times ahead. Justice handling Saraki's case withdraws... list finally submitted. the coincidence is highly suspicious

Ogbodo Henry C

xtly Endy i think we should

Oogunyemi Holuwartaryo Emmy Horladeeplenty

There is nope, but the list is already with the senate and tomorrow is holiday there is no way we can know who make the list or who doesn't. But he submitted the list.

Awe Oluwaseyi

really enyinda,d justice withdraws

Oogunyemi Holuwartaryo Emmy Horladeeplenty

Enyinda are you suspecting foul play?

Eze Godwin

must it b 2day? tenk God he has sent d list 2 d uper chamber... forming or nt forming his cabinet 2day is secodary issue nd cannt lead 2 his resignation

Eze Solomon Emeka

Nigeria politics is just like an unending comic movie
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Endy Edeson

Our leaders are not time-conscious. conflicts and unnecessary policy digresion are the two major factors impeding the growth of this country. why RUSH NOW when we have millions of seconds at our disposal to do things. Our leaders should know that there should be a game change, our leaders should be fast and Meticulous in policy/promise implementations
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ThankGod Okoye

Senate president already received ministerial list an hour ago
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Nwigwe Chinweikpe

HE HAS ALREADY COMMITED AN IMPEACHABLE OFFENCE FOR NOT HAVING EXECUTIVES FOR FIVE MONTHS THERE BY RUNNING HIS GOVERNMENT AS A SOLE ADDIMISTRATOR AND A DICTATOR. HE HAS GONE AGAINST THE CONSTITUTION WHICH HE SWORE TO UPHOLD.
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Eze Godwin

conflict nd policy digresion prompts up in politics as a result of constant game change in human conducts which are d basic prerequisite in partisan politics.... d ends justifys d means
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Eze Solomon Emeka

The gullible Nigerians will always be fooled
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Prog Da-Lars

Nwigwe, you remain who you are. Well, you're entitled to your monopolistic opinion.
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Chiemevolam Kenneth Okechukwu

please ooooooooooooooooooooooo stayooooooooooooooo na jaji we know
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ThankGod Okoye

Senate President To Read Ministerial List Tuesday

Senate President, Senator Abubakar Bukola Saraki this evening received the list of Ministerial nominees sent to the Senate for screening by President Muhammadu Buhari.

The list was submitted in a sealed envelope by Chief of Staff to the President, Alhaji Abba Kyari and Senator Ita Enang, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Legislative Matters (Senate).

Dr. Saraki has, following the tradition of the Senate, decided that the envelope will remain sealed till Tuesday October 6, when during the plenary sitting of the Upper legislative chamber, it will be opened and the list read to Senators.

Signed

Yusuph Olaniyonu
Special Adviser to the Senate President (Media and Publicity)
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ThankGod Okoye

The clock tell you when the ministerial list was received

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