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The Senate at about 10:35am on Tuesday resolved to go into a closed-door section in order to among other things meet and determine the order for the ministerial nominees that ?will be invited in; to decide who comes in first, who comes in second.? and to consider other modalities for the screening process.

The Chairman of the Senate Ad hoc Committee on Media and Publicity, Dino Melaye, who made this known to newsmen said the executive session was also meant to look at the new batch of nominees sent to the Upper Chamber yesterday.

While asserting that it is not because of the report of the Committee on Public Petitions that the Senate is going into a closed-door session, he assured that the screening of the ministerial nominees will commence in the next one hour.
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