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Ministerial List : HOR Congratulates Colleagues

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The House of Representatives has congratulated members of the 10th National Assembly who have been confirmed by the Senate following their nomination by President Ahmed Bola Tinubu and are now Ministers-designate.

Member representating Akoko Northeast/West Federal Constituency, Olubunmi Tunji-Ojo and member representating Yauri/ Shanga/ Ngaski Federal Constituency Yusuf Tanko Sununu were among those norminated.

Chief Whip of the 9th House of Representatives of the National Assembly, Nkiruka Onyejiocha, is also on the list; and was also congratulated on their “well-deserved appointments”.

In a statement by the Deputy Spokesperson and Vice Chairman, House Committee on Media and Public Affairs, Philip Agbese, the House notes that their nomination as Ministers of the Federal Republic was no accident as they had distinguished themselves in their various careers and went on to excel in representing their constituents during their sojourn in the 10th National Assembly within the short space of time following the proclamation of the Assembly.

“We are confident that they will bring the patriotic zeal, dedication, resourcefulness, and innovation that we have known them for to their new assignments and do us proud by bringing to bear the leadership and governance capacity that they have shown in the parliament.

“The House of Representatives urges the Ministers-designate to make the best use of their national assignment to positively impact the lives of Nigerians, who are eagerly yearning for a turnaround in the nation’s fortunes and are particularly interested in the improved quality of life that will come from the economic recovery they expect from this government.

“We assure them of our support in their new assignment even as we urge them to note that the National Assembly remains their home where they will always find colleagues that are willing to collaborate to make them succeed in their new tasks.”

0duyemi Odumade, Edited By Grace Namiji

Written by: Elizabeth David

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