Senate approves tinubu’s request to appoint 20 special advisers

Senate approves tinubu's request to appoint 20 special advisers

With a unanimous decision, the Senate granted speedy approval to Tinubu’s proposal for 20 special advisers

In a significant development, the Nigerian Senate has granted President Bola Tinubu’s request to appoint 20 special advisers. The announcement came as Senate President Ahmad Lawan read Tinubu’s letter on the floor of the upper legislative chamber.

President Tinubu’s letter, although lacking specific names, outlined his intention to establish a team of 20 special advisers. The contents of the letter were disclosed during the session, capturing the attention of the senators.

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Following the reading of the letter, the upper legislative chamber wasted no time in responding to the president’s request. With a unanimous decision, the Senate granted speedy approval to Tinubu’s proposal, demonstrating their support for the president’s strategic vision.

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