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Senate confirms Udoma, Fayemi, Onu, Osagie, Lai, others as Ministers of the Federal Republic!

The Nigerian Senate Wednesday evening confirmed the nominations of the following ministerial nominees as the Ministers of the Federal Republic after they were approved:

1. Senate confirms Udo-Udoma as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
2. Senate confirms Kayode Fayemi as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
3. Senate confirms Audu Ogbeh as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
4. Senate confirms Dr. Christopher Ogbonanya Onu as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
5. Senate confirms Dr. Ehaniere Osagie as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
6. Senate confirms Lt. Gen. Dambazau as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
7. Senate confirms Alhaji Lai Mohammed as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
8. Senate confirms Amina J. Mohammed as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
9. Senate confirms Engr. Sulaiman Hussein Adamu as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
10. Senate confirms Mr. Ibrahim Usman Jibril as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
11. Senate confirms Babatunde Fashola as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
12. Senate confirms Dr. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
13. Senate confirms Abubakar Malami (SAN) as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
14. Senate confirms Dr. Sen. Chris Ngige as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
15. Senate confirms Sen. Aisha Jumai AlHassan as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
16. Senate confirms Barrister Solomon Dalong as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
17. Senate confirms Mrs. Kemi Adeosun as a Minister of the Federal Republic.
18. Senate confirms Sen. Hadi Sirika as a Minister of the Federal Republic.

The ministerial screening has been adjourned till Thursday October 15 at 10am, which will include Rotimi Amaechi and Adebayo Shittu.

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