Senate Confirms 22 Commissioners For NPC, Rejects One (Full List)

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A total of 23 commissioners were on Thursday, confirmed for the National Population Commission (NPC), by members of the Nigerian Senate.

The commissioners confirmed on Thursday by the lawmakers are;

1. Nwanne Nwabusi (Abia)
2. Clifford Zirra (Adamawa)
3. Chidi Ezeoke (Anambra)
4. Isa Buratai (Borno)
5. Charles Ogwa (Cross River)
6. Richard Odibo (Delta)
7. Darlington Onuabuchi (Ebonyi)
8. Olusegun Aiyejina (Edo)
9. Ejike Ezeh (Enugu)
10. Abubakar Danburam (Gombe)
11. Uba Nnabue (Imo)
12. Suleiman Lawal (Kano)
13. Jimoh Isah (Kogi)
14. Sa’adu Alanamu (Kwara)
15. Nasir Kwarra (Nasarawa)
16. Aliyu Datti (Niger)
17. Seyi Olusanya (Ogun)
18. Olanadiran Iyantan (Ondo)
19. Mudasiru Hussain (Osun)
20. Cecillia Dapoet (Plateau)
21. Ipalibo Harry (Rivers)
22. Sale Saany (Taraba).

The lawmakers however, withheld the confirmation of Abdulmalik Durnguwa (Kaduna), a top chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), who was the coordinator of the Nasir El-rufai Governorship Campaign in Kachia Local Government Area of the state in the last general elections.

The Senate resolved to stand down Durnguwa’s confirmation after the Chairman of the Senate Committee on National Identity Card and National Polulation Commision, Suleiman Hunkuyi (PDP, Kaduna North) complained that the committee found “discrepancies in the nominee’s credentials.”

The Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, thereafter, directed the committee to carry out further investigations on the nominee and report back in four weeks.

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