Tinubu submits 28 Ministerial Nominees to Senate, Betta Edu and John Enoh nominated

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Abuja, NigeriaPresident Bola Ahmed Tinubu has presented a list of 28 ministerial nominees to the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Among the nominees are prominent figures from various states, including Betta Edu and John Enoh, representing Cross River State NEGROIDHAVEN can report.

Dr Edu, a former Commissioner for Health in Cross River State, and John Enoh, a former senator, have been nominated by President Tinubu for ministerial positions, drawing attention from both political circles and the public.

However, there has been significant surprise and discussion on social media as the immediate past governor of Cross River State, Ben Ayade, did not make it to the list of nominees. Ayade’s absence from the list has generated public sentiment and speculation about the reasons behind the exclusion.

Below is the list.

1. Akwa Ibom: Ekperikpe Ekpo

2. Cross river: Betta Edu

3. Cross river: John Enoh

4. Delta: Stella Okotete

5. Edo: Abubakar Momoh

6. Rivers: Nyesom Wike

7. Bauchi: Yusuf M Tuggar

8. Bauchi: Ali Pate

9. Borno: Abubakar Kyari

10. Taraba: Sani A Danladi

11. Jigawa: Mohamed Badaru

12. Kaduna: Nasir El-Rufai

13. Katsina: Ahmad Dangiwa

14. Katsina: Hanatu Musawa

15. Sokoto: Bello M Goronyo

16. Abia: Nkiru Onyejiocha

17. Anambra: Uju Ohaneye

18. Ebonyi: David Umahi

19. Enugu: Uche Nnaji

20. Imo: Doris Uzoka

21. Ekiti: Dele Alake

22. Ondo: Olubunmi Tunji-Ojo

23. Ogun: Olawale Edun

24. Oyo: Adebayo Adelabu

25. Benue: Joseph Utsev

26. Kwara: Lateef Fagbemi

27. Nasarawa: Imaan S-Ibrahim

28. Niger: Mohammed Idris.

As Nigerians await the confirmation process in the Senate, many in Cross River State have taken to social media to express their views on the nomination of Betta Edu and John Enoh. While some lauded the nominations, others questioned the absence of the former governor, given his tenure in office.

Cross Riverians have expressed diverse opinions about the potential implications of Edu and Enoh’s nominations, with discussions focusing on their track records and potential contributions to national development.

President Tinubu’s selection of ministerial nominees has drawn attention to the political landscape in various states, with the nomination of Betta Edu and John Enoh being of particular interest to the people of Cross River State.

The Senate’s confirmation process is expected to shed more light on the reasons behind Ayade’s exclusion and the potential significance of the nominations of Edu and Enoh in Nigeria’s governance and policy direction.