Senate forced into closed-door session over President Tinubu’s Ministerial list
The Senate is, at the moment, in a closed-door meeting few minutes into the commencement of today’s plenary, largely necessitated by the list of ministerial nominees believed to have been submitted by the Presidency.
Soon after taking petitions, which is the fifth item in the Order Paper, the President of the Senate, Godswill Akpabio, announced that the Senators should go into an executive session after the leader, Senator Opeyemi Bamidele (APC, Ekiti Central) had made the announcement.
The Senate entered into the closed-door session at 11.59a.m.
It was gathered that the meeting may be about the ministerial nominees from President Bola Tinubu.
A source told Vanguard that the list is already creating problems among the Senators, which explained the need for the meeting.
Recall that there was a meeting the President of the Senate had with major stakeholders yesterday. It lasted for several hours.
The source told Vanguard that the President of the Senate was already in possession of the list, which may be read after the closed-door meeting, or next week since there will be no plenary tomorrow