President Buhari has finally released the long-awaited Ministerial list.
The list has been forwarded to the National Assembly for approval.
Senior Presidential Spokesman, Garba Shehu, has promised that the list will be uploaded online for everybody to read before the end of Tuesday July 2.
Meanwhile, a total of 21 ministerial nominees have been cleared by Department of State Services (DSS).
It was further gathered that list of the nominees would be transmitted to the Senate for screening and confirmation in line with the 1999 Constitution soon.
The presidency had severally pledged to Nigerians that the constitution of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) won’t be delayed this time around.
In 2015, it took the president six months to send the list of his ministerial nominees to the Senate.
A security source, who spoke anonymously, said the vetting is being conducted discreetly in order not to jeopardize or politicize the process.
It was gathered that the DSS Department of vetting, headed by a deputy director was in charge of the vetting of the nominees.
A source close to the presidency, said so far 21 nominees have been cleared by the DSS from different states.