Curiously, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo is the only high profile member of the party not listed in the lengthy list.
Mr Osinbajo on Tuesday departed for Nairobi to represent Nigeria at the inauguration of William Ruto as the fifth president of Kenya.
Vice President Harris informed Osinbajo the Biden-Harris administration would provide $2 million to help support a safer and more secure elections environment.
He also stated that the transition plan will lift 100 million Nigerians out of poverty in ten years, bringing modern energy services to the entire population.
“To have the kind of business environment that our country deserves…it is the hard work at the sub-national level that would really move the needle,” said Mr Osinbajo.
“My deep gratitude to everyone for your get-well wishes and payers following my surgery,” he said.
The vice president was said to have sustained a leg injury while playing squash.
“I won’t rest until I bring relief to Nigerians. I am quite aware of the difficulties people are facing and working to resolve them,” Mr Buhari vowed.
Mr Zulum said the committee would also manage repentant insurgents, particularly how they will leave their enclave, their rehabilitation and reintegration into society.
Let’s be clear on one thing: Nigeria’s present morass requires a radical departure from the norm.