Even though the senate is yet to screen them, some ministerial nominees of President Muhammadu Buhari visited the Police Force Headquarters on Thursday for their IT profiling.
Vanguard newspaper reports that former National Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party, Chief Audu Ogbe and the former Anambra State governor, Senator Chris Ngige were the first to be profiled and they arrived at the police headquarters at about 12.15pm and left 20 minutes later.
Usually profiling of nominees is an activity which takes place at the headquarters of the DSS or the office of the National Security Adviser, but the police is handling it this time.
Other ministerial nominees came in after the first two as the profiling which involves finger printing and other biometrics, took place in batches at the 7th floor of the Force Headquarters.
The process is for the purpose of collecting current data of the ministerial nominees by the federal government to ensure proper records and accountability in future.