Senate Receives Ambassadorial Nominees List

They include former ministerial nominee, Musa Ibeto, former Deputy Governor of Plateau state, Pauline Tallen, and two-time Senator, Olorunibe Mamora.

Ambassadorial NomineesSenate President Bukola Saraki during plenary today revealed names of President Muhammadu Buhari’s 46 ambassadorial nominees.

They include former ministerial nominee, Musa Ibeto, former Deputy Governor of Plateau state, Pauline Tallen, and two-time Senator, Olorunibe Mamora.

Others include Yusuf Tugar, Usman Bugaje, Suleiman Hassan, Nurudeen Mohammed, and Jamila Ahmadu-Suka.

Also on the list are Obinna Chukwuemeka, Salisu Umoru,Iyang Udoh Iyang, Okeke Vivian Nwanaku, Liman Munir, Edem Jane Ada, Mohammed Hassan Hassan, Martin Young Cobham, Janet Molegbo Olisah, Itegbuoye Sunday, Olatunde Adesesan, Lilian Ijekwu, Onu Manaja, and Tulahi Isa.

Ngozi Ukeje, Bello Kazaure Husseini, Enoch Pierre Ducci, Garba Baba, Usman Bakori Aliyu, Umar Zainab Salisu, Momoh Seidu Omeiza, Kadiri Audu, Balogun Hakeem, Nosa Ahmed, Ibrahim Isa, Bankole Adegboyega Adeoye, Ibidapo Obe Oluwasegun, Ogundaro Sakirat, Eric A. Belgam, and Ateru Haliru.

The remaining are Ramota Bulima, Musa Mamman, Kabiru Bala, Adamu Shuaibu, D. A Agiv, T.K Gonglong, Ibrahim Hamza, K.C Nwachukwu, Q.R Wolu, E.K Oguntuwase, A.I Paragauda, L.A Gasharga, Olufemi Abikoye, Abubakar Ibrahim, Rabiu Kawu, Odeka Janet Bisong and Adekunbi Habeebat.

President Buhari had earlier on June 9 sent a list of 47 new career ambassadors to the Senate for confirmation.


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