BREAKING: Senate Confirms Nababa As CG Nigerian Correctional Service

March 24, 2021
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The Senate on Wednesday, confirmed the appointment of Haliru Nababa, as the Controller-General of the Nigerian Correctional Service.

This was disclosed in a tweet via the verified page of the Nigeria Senate.

“The nomination of Haliru Nababa is CONFIRMED as Comptroller-General of the Nigerian Correctional Service,” it read.

His confirmation follows his screening by the Senator Kashim Shettima-led Senate Committee on Interior.

In his presentation, Shettima said the Committee found the nominee suitable for the position, and no petition was received against him.

“The nominee possesses the educational qualification for the position; the nominee is not affiliated to any political party, the nominee is within the age bracket for the recommendation,” Senator Shettima told the House.

This motion was seconded by Senator Abba Moro.

This is the second time in 24 hours the Senate would be confirming the president’s appointments.

Yesterday, the president also wrote tto the red chambers to confirm Salamatu Hissaini Suleiman as Chairman of the powerful National Human Rights Commission, NERC.

Coincidentally, both key appointments are from Northern extractions.

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