The Senate, on Tuesday, confirmed the nomination of Engr. Wakil Bukar as Commissioner for the Federal Civil Service Fee.
The affirmation of the nominee adopted the consideration of a report by the Committee on Institution and Public Service throughout plenary and was contained in a press release signed by the Particular Assistant Press to the Senate President, Ahmed Lawan, Ezrel Tabiowo.
In his presentation, Chairman of the Committee, Sen. Ibrahim Shekarau from Kano Central noticed that, “the nominee possessed the requisite constitutional necessities specified beneath the provisions of part 156 of the structure of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 (as amended) that qualifies him to be appointed as a commissioner within the Federal Civil Service Fee.”
In line with the lawmaker, “there isn’t any opposed safety report earlier than the committee towards the appointment of the nominee as a Commissioner within the Federal Civil Service Commissioner as each the DSS and Police Report submitted to the Committee on the lifetime of the nominee up to now didn’t reveal any iota of crime or wrongdoing towards him.”
He additionally stated that, “there was no petition earlier than the Committee towards the nomination and appointment of the nominee as a Commissioner.”
“Accordingly, he’s hereby affirmed as the right individual for affirmation by the Senate for appointment as Commissioner within the Federal Civil Service Fee,” Shekarau stated.
The Senate, thereafter, confirmed Wakil’s nomination in a Committee of the Complete.
Senate confirms Wakil as Federal Civil Service Commissioner