Buhari composes Senate for affirmation of NCC Executive Chairman

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The Nigeria Senate on Tuesday recognized an official correspondence from President Muhammadu Buhari trying to affirm Prof. Umar Danbatta as the Executive Vice-Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission for a second term of office.

In a letter read on the floor of the Senate by the President, Dr Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan, the affirmation was in accordance with the arrangements of segment 8 subsection 1 of the Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) Act 2003.

Some portion of the letter peruses: “I am satisfied to introduce for affirmation by the Senate the assignment of Professor Umar Danbatta as Executive Vice-director of the administering leading body of the Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) for the second term of five years.

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“It is my expectation that the Senate will consider and affirm the chosen people in the standard quick way.”

Likewise, Buhari has sent a rundown of chosen people to be affirmed as individuals from the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB).

In a different letter which was perused, he refered to segment 154, subsection 1 of the 1999 Constitution as corrected, taking note of that the affirmation would enable the office to release their duties impartially.

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The individuals who were named are 1. Counselor Ben. Omiano (Anambra South East) 2. Ho. Johnson Agbonamiya (Edo South-South) 3. Olayinka Babatunde (South West).

Some portion of the letter peruses: “In consistence with segment 154 subsection 1 of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as corrected and in accordance with area 1 subsection 2 and 3 of the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) act LFN 2004.

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“I write to look for affirmation of the Senate the accompanying three candidates for arrangement as individuals from the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB).”

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