Kaduna Assembly Passes 20 Bills, 56 Motions Since Inauguration

By Maxwell Adeyemi Adeleye

The Kaduna State House of Assembly has passed into law, a total of 20 Bills since its inauguration in June 2015.
The Chairman, House Committee on Information Mr Nuhu Shadalafiya made the disclosure in an interview with Blackface Correspondent in Kaduna.
Shadalafiya said four other bills were pending before the assembly.
He said that the fifth assembly had also deliberated on 56 motions raised by members, out of which 13 were recommended to the executive for immediate implementation.
The lawmaker explained that all the bills passed by the House were very essential to the development of the state, as most were meant to fast track the economy.
According to him, the bills were also to promote social justice and security in the state.
He said some of the bills passed included those on pension reform, tax codification, agricultural development agency, and others to generate investment, job creation and peaceful coexistence.
Shadalafiya said the assembly would continue to support the government to take the state to the next level of development.
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