As President Bola Tinubu marks his 40th day in office, expectations on the ministerial list have increased.
Tinubu is expected by law to name his cabinet and submit it to the Senate for approval within 60 days after taking the oath of office on May 29.
With less than 18 days till the President is obliged by the constitution to present his cabinet list to the National Assembly,lawmakers and other Nigerians are anxiously awaiting the list of ministers who would help in delivering the President’s renewed hope agenda.
According to several NASS Assembly sources, the federal parliament is awaiting Tinubu’s ministerial list, with some concerned about the delay.
The lawmakers, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to avoid any criticism, said they did not anticipate the list to be delayed further.
Meanwhile, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, the Department of State Services, and certain security services indicated on Sunday evening that they were on the verge of finishing their obligatory checks on the list.
According to reports, the Department of State Services and members of the Presidential Strategic Team were conducting final background checks on those listed as possible ministers.
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