It would be recalled that President Buhari had assured Nigerian's of his determination to announce his cabinet before the end of September.
The Nigerian Senate would after six weeks of recess, resume sitting on Tuesday, September 29, as they will be expecting a communication from the President Buhari on ministerial nominees.
The party speaking through its National Publicity Secretary Olisa Metuh, at a news conference in Abuja said the intentions of the President was not to appoint aides, but to run a "monocracy".
However a top All Progressive Congress (APC) source told our correspondent that General ABDULRAHMAN Dambazzau and Mr. Rotimi Amaechi are on the President's list.
All things being equal, the communication from Buhari to Saraki, containing the list in line with the provisions of the constitution, which mandates the President to send such list to the Senate for screening and confirmation, would be received today.
According to the news outfit which claims it can authoritatively report the development, the President officially handed the list to his Special Adviser on National Assembly matters, Senator Ita Enang on Monday morning in New York where he travelled to for the 70th UN General Assembly.
"Otherwise, how can anyone repackage the mindset of the president when he, in an interview with France 24 Television in France, stated categorically that his preference is to rule without a cabinet and denigrated ministers as 'noise makers, ' and of no importance or value in the running of an administration. We once again reiterate our allegiance to the Nigerian people".
"If not for possible insensitivity to the plight of those affected by insurgency, what other reason does this government have for its absence from such a crucial meeting aimed to find ways of bringing relief to its displaced citizens?"