“President Muhammadu Buhari has sent a list of 47 new ambassadors to the Nigerian Senate for confirmation. This was announced by the president of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, during the sitting of the upper legislative chamber on Tuesday. Mr. Saraki read a letter from Mr. Buhari containing the list. Names of the nominees are yet to be made public. Nigeria has had no ambassadors to UK, Germany, USA, China, U.N., Spain, Russia and France after previous envoys were removed by Mr. Buhari after taking office in May 2015.” – Premiun Times
Below are full list:
1.Usman Bakori Aliyu 2. Umar Zainab Salisu 3. Momoh Seyidou Umieza 4. Kadri Ayinla 5. Balogun Hakeem 6. Nosa Ahmed 7. Ibrahim Isa 8. Bankole Adegboyega Adeoye 9. Ibidapo Obe Oluwasegun 10. Ogundayo Sakirat 11. Eric A. Belgam 12. Ateru Aliru 13.Ramata Bulima 14. Musa Rahman 15. Kabiru Bala 16. Damu Shuaibu 17. D. A Agiv 18. TK Gonglong 19. Ibrahim Hamza 20. KC Nwachukwu 21. Q.R Lolu 22. E.K Oguntuwase 23. A.I Paragauda 24. L.A Gasharga 25. Olufemi Abikoye 26. Abubakar Ibrahim 27. Rabiu Kauru 28. Odeka Janet Biong 29. Adekunbi Abibat 30. Obinna Chukwuemeka 31. Salisu Umoru 32. Iyang Udoh Iyang 33. okeke Vivian Nwanaku 34. Niman Munir 35. Edem Jane Ada 36. Muhammed Hassan Hassan 37. Martin Young Cobham 38. Janet Molegbo Olisah 39. Itegbuoye Sunday 40. Olatunde Adesesan 41. Lilian Ijekwu Onu 42. Manaja Tulahi Isa 43. Ngozi Ukeje 44. Bello Kazaure Huseini 45. Inoc Pierre Ducci 46. Garba Baba
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