President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday met behind closed doors with members of the National Council of State at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
The meeting started at 11.a.m prompt at the Council Chamber.
The meeting comprises of past presidents and heads of state, Chief Justices of Nigeria, CJN, leadership of the National Assembly, state governors among others.
Those at the meeting on Tuesday included former Head of Interim National Government, Ernest Shonekan, Olusegun Obasanjo, Abdulsalami Abubakar, Goodluck Jonathan.
As soon as he arrived at the Council chamber, Buhari went round to have a handshake with some of the past leaders including Obasanjo.
Mr Obasanjo also offered the opening Christian prayer while Mohammed Uwais said the Muslim prayer.
One minute silence was observed in honour of former President Shehu Shagari, and late CJNs Aloysius Katsina Alu and Idris Kutigi
Former Heads of State Yakubu Gowon, Ibrahim Babangida and former CJN Mariam Muktar sent apologises for their absence at the meeting.
Others at the meeting on Tuesday are the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, Senate President, Bukola Saraki, former CJN Mohammed Uwais.
State governors at the meeting included Osun, Kebbi, Zamfara Plateau, Ebonyi, Adamawa, Edo, Lagos, Niger, Borno, Ogun, Ekiti, and Kogi.
Deputy State governors at the meeting included Bauchi Deputy, Kaduna Deputy, and Rivers Deputy,
Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, Head of Service, Winifred Oyo-Ita, National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno, FCT Minister, Mohammed Bello and Minister of Labour, Chris Ngige.
Without listing the details of the agenda during the opening session, the Secretary to the Government of the Federations, Boss Mustapha said that the meeting will discuss five-point agenda.
But issues expected to be considered at the meeting included the National minimum wage, and confirmation of the appointment of the acting Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu.
The forthcoming general elections and security of the nation are also expected to engage the attention of the Council of State.
The meeting was still in progress at the time of filing this report.