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Send List Of Ministerial Nominees To EFCC For Further Screening – PDP Tells Senate

The Peoples Democratic Party on Monday urged the Senate to further give credibility to its ministerial screening by sending the names of the ministerial nominees to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission for further investigation and screening. The PDP National Publicity Secretary,  Mr. Kola Ologbondiyan, in a statement also stated that the screening must have…

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Ministerial Screening Update: Zainab Ahmed, Adewale Folorunso, Geoffrey Onyeama & Others Screened Today

The screening of Nigerian ministerial nominees resumed today at the Senate Chambers after the lawmakers adjourned sitting last Thursday. Six nominees were scheduled to face the lawmakers’ scrutiny – Professor Adewale Folorunso, Bawa Bwari, Geoffrey Onyeama, Zainab Ahmed, Mohammed Dan Ali and Usani Uguru They all appeared before the Senate and were asked to take…

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“There Was Nowhere I Was Indicted”- Amaechi Responds To Alleged Corruption

The controversy over the l screening of erstwhile Rivers State governor, Rotimi Amaechi as a minister, ended in an anti-climax yesterday. According to a report by Vanguard, Amaechi started his greetings by acknowledging the three Rivers State senators, all of the PDP, who have been at the forefront of opposition to his ministerial nomination. He…

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“Rotimi Amaechi May Be Screened Today”, Says Committee

Sen. Sam Anyanwu, the Chairman, Senate Committee on Ethics, Privileges and Public Petitions, said Rotimi Amaechi may be screened today. As reported by Sahara Reporters, Anyanwu made this known while speaking with newsmen at the end of the committee’s meeting. According to him, the committee will also submit its report on the petition against the nomination…

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Ministerial Screening: Fashola Speaks On N78m Website

Former Lagos State Governor, Babatunde Fashola while undergoing screening for his ministerial nomination at the senate chambers was asked about the controversial N78 million spent for the upgrade of the website – www.tundefashola.com. Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe asked him,”Did you really open a Website with 78Million Naira?” Fashola answered, “I don’t fix contract prices, it is an…

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