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BREAKING: New List Of Ministers That May Be Sacked By Buhari

BREAKING: New List Of Ministers That May Be Sacked By Buhari

Ibom Focus brings to you New List Of Ministers That May Be Sacked By Buhari

Some Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs) are said to be working against the federal government’s efforts to borrow loans for the development of infrastructure.

The accusation was made on Wednesday, October 13, by the Senate president Ahmad Lawan during a plenary of the National Assembly.

Ahmad noted that these MDAs, six in number, are yet to appear before the Senate committee on loan and foreign debts to defend the loan request by the government.

New List Of Ministers

In his view, the act is being considered by the Senate as a sabotage to the effort of the federal government to secure the loans and fund the infrastructure development immensely needed by the country, which may resort to sack as the FG had earlier noted that more heads will roll.

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“…These MDAs failed to appear. The Senate considers this attitude as a sabotage to the effort of the federal government to secure the loans and fund the infrastructure development that this country desperately needs.

“Because already, the National Assembly has approved the loan requests but there is need for clarification. “We are giving them just one week to appear before the committee on loan and foreign debts and if they fail to appear, we’ll take appropriate and prompt action because this Senate will not condone any sabotage to the effort of this administration.”

A list of the blacklisted MDAs are given below: Power, Water resources, Health, Women affairs ,Environment, Petroleum resources.

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Added to this list is the National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI)

New List Of Ministers

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