Ministerial Nominee’s Screening Tougher As Senate Grills Fashola, Others

The Senate has resumed ministerial screening with the former minister of power, works and housing, Babatunde Fashola, the first to appear before it on Monday.

Fashola took the podium at 10:41 am after being introduced by Senate President Ahmad Lawan, Igbere TV reports.

No less than 31 nominees have been screened so far by the Senate since it received the 43-man list from President Muhammadu Buhari last Tuesday.

Nine of the remaining 12 nominees will be screened by the upper legislative chamber on Monday, while the remaining three will take their turn on Tuesday.


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