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Senate bars PenCom, CBB, ICPC bosses from resumption

AG PRESIDENT OSINBAJO DINNER 4 COMMONWEALTH SPEAKERS. 12. L-R; Acting President Yemi Osinbajo SAN, Senator Binta Masi Garba, President of the Senate Dr. Bukola Saraki and other after a dinner in honour of the Commonwealth Speakers and Presiding officers (African Region) held at the Banquet Hall Presidential Villa Abuja. PHOTO; SUNDAY AGHAEZE/STATE HOUSE. JULY 25 2017

Senate has warned nominees into the headship of three Federal Government institutions whose names were recently announced not to resume work until their nominations are confirmed in accordance with the provision of the Constitution.

“We advise the nominees to hold on until they are cleared by the Senate as required by the law before resuming in their respective offices. We do not want anything that will cause any problem between the executive and the legislature, said Aliyu Abdullah, Senate spokesperson.

“The leadership of the Senate has been inundated by enquiries from individuals from across the country who want to know whether the statement from the office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation to the effect that the nominees into the headship of PenCom, Code of Conduct Bureau and ICPC should resume work immediately pending their confirmation by the Senate was as a result of an understanding between the executive and the legislature.

“We will like to advise the Acting President who was quoted to have given the directive for the resumption of the nominees that the directive was illegal and not right. The Senate will not support any action that is not in line with the law.

The nominees affected by the Senate directive are Alhaji Ali Usman who has been nominated to become the Director General of the Pension Commission (PenCom), Dr. Mohammed Isah nominated as chairman of the Code of Conduct Bureau (CBB) and Prof. Bolaji Owasanoye, the chairman nominee of the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC).

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