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Olusegun, Chidi, Ahmed And More Names Sent To Senate For Confirmation

By Danjuma Aliyu

President Muhammadu Buhari has forwarded the names of 23 Members of the National Population Commission, NPC to the senate for confirmation.

President Buhari who is currently in London, made the request via a letter he sent to the National Assembly.

The letter was read out by the Senate President, Bukola Saraki during plenary today.

“In accordance with the provisions of section 154(1) of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as amended, I write to forward to the Senate for confirmation, the following names of 23 nominees representing their respective states in the National Population Commission,” the letter from President Buhari reads.

The 23 names of the NPC nominees are:

John

 

Nwabusi (Abia)
Clifford

 

Ozira (Adamawa)
Nasir

 

Isa (Adamawa)
Isa Buratai (Borno)

 

Charles

 

Ogwa (Cross River)
Richard

 

Oyibo (Delta)
Okereke

 

Darlington (Ebonyi)
A. D

 

Olusegun (Edo)
Ajike Ese (Enugu)

 

Mohammed Danburam

 

(Gombe)
Uba

 

Naswem (Imo)
Abdulmalik Ahmed (Kaduna)

 

Suleiman

 

Ismaila (Kano)
JimohI

 

Isa (Kogi)
Saidu

 

Alamalu (Kwara)
Aliyu

 

Datti (Niger)
Seyi

 

Olukoye (Ogun)
Prince

 

Olanadiran (Ondo)
Mudasiru

 

Oyetunde (Osun)
Cecilia

 

Dakwet (Plateau)
Mcdonald

 

Harry (Rivers)

Senator Saraki said the President has also asked for Barrister Festus Okoye to be confirmed as Commissioner for the Independent National Electoral Commission and Abba Ali (Katsina-North west) and Mohammed Sagir (Niger-North central) ad Non-legal practitioner members of the Federal Judicial Service Commission. 

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