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Ten were screened on Tuesday and eight on Wednesday. The screening of two nominees was postponed today. Screening of ministers continues tomorrow.

1. Udoma Udo Udoma 2. Kayode Fayemi 3. Audu Ogbe 4. Ogbonnaya Onu 5. Osagie Ehanire 6. Abdulrahman Dambazau 7. Lai Mohammed 8. Amina Mohammed 9. Suleiman Adamu 10. Ibrahim Jibril 11. Babatunde Fashola 12. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu 13. Abubakar Malami 14. Chris Ngige 15. Aisha Alhassan 16. Solomon Dalong 17. Kemi Adeosun 18. Hadi Sirika

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