This is ahead of their screening, which commences on Tuesday.
The Senate spokesman, Dino Melaye, has disclosed the dates while briefing journalists in the Senate.
Melaye said the Senate had developed procedure for screening the nominees.
“Each of the nominees are expected to submit 115 copies of their curriculum vitae (CVs) to the Senate latest on Monday,” Melaye said.
He added that the Senate would adhere to constitutional provisions and certificate of asset declaration during the screening.
“Senate will strictly adhere to two modalities, constitutional provisions and certificate of asset declaration during the screening,” Melaye added.
Melaye said the priority will be given to former members of the National Assembly but the screening would be rigorous for other nominees.
He also added that veracity of the petition on nominees received by the Senate would be considered during the screening.
Meanwhile, the Senate President Senator Bukola Saraki has directed the Senate Ethics and Privileges Committees to expedite action on the petitions receive by the Senate against nominees before the screening.
“The Ethics and Privileges Committees should ensure that all petitions received against nominees are treated before Tuesday,” Saraki said. – CAJ News