ECONOMIC CRISIS DEEPENS AS TINUBU RUNS 52 DAYS WITHOUT MINISTERS

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The economic crisis in the country has continued to deepen with a spike in inflation as President Bola Tinubu delayed the composition of the Federal Executive Council 52 days after taking office.

The Fifth Amendment to the Nigerian Constitution mandates the president and governors to submit the names of their ministerial and commissioner-nominees within 60 days of taking the oath of office for confirmation by the Senate or state House of Assembly.

The cabinet gives a glimpse into the President’s governance style, policy direction, and the team executing the administration’s agenda.

The Special Adviser to the President on National Assembly matters (House of Representatives), Olakunle Olanrewaju, confirmed to The PUNCH on Wednesday that the President has yet to forward his ministerial nominees to the National Assembly.

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