President Muhammadu Buhari has nominated two Judges as Supreme Court justices.
The Senate President, Bukola Saraki, read the letter conveying the request after the Senate returned from a closed-door session on Tuesday.
The nominated judges are Sidi Bage, Nasarawa State, North Central; and Paul Jauro, Taraba State, North East.
In the letter read by Mr. Saraki, Mr. Buhari said his request followed Section 231(2) of the Constitution of Nigeria, as amended.
The President sought the expeditious attention of the Senate, Mr. Saraki read.
Mr. Jauro, who was born on June 26, 1954, became a judge of the High Court in 1998. Ten years afterwards, he was appointed Justice of the Court Appeal.
Mr. Bage, born on June 22, 1956, became Federal High Court Judge in 1992 before his appointment as Justice of the Court of Appeal in 2000.
The two Judges had been recommended for appointment as Justices of the Supreme Court by the National Judicial Council.
Their nominations came few days after the Department of State Services, arrested some senior Judges for interrogation over corruption and bribery issues. The were released on Monday October 10, on bail on self-recognition.