PDP plans to hold down screening

After adopting the procedures already ratified at the executive session of all the senators, the PDP caucus resolved to also demand a full list of ministerial nominees by Tuesday

Senate President, Bukola Saraki receives President Muhammadu Buhari's ministerial list on September 30, 2015

Reports say members of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP), in the Senate, plan to hold won the screening of ministerial nominees.

Apparently, the PDP Senators are not satisfied with the incomplete list of ministerial nominees.

Vanguard Newspapers reports that a source close to the Senators said “The senators of the PDP are united and they have taken a stand on the ministerial screening. After adopting the procedures already ratified at the executive session of all the senators, the PDP caucus resolved to also demand a full list of ministerial nominees by Tuesday; else they will have no other option than to hold down the process."

Adding that “The senators are of the view that the nation, having waited for four months, cannot continue to wait in perpetuity for the full list of ministerial nominees.”

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