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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES TO DEBATE ON ESTABLISHMENT OF AGENCY TO REGULATE NGOs AND CSOs

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES TO DEBATE ON ESTABLISHMENT OF AGENCY TO REGULATE NGOs AND CSOs                                                            08-02-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                     A Bill for the establishment of an agency to coordinate and regulate NGOs and CSOs has been stepped down for debate next week as the Bill for the establishment of Federal Medical Center Toro passed second reading.
These were part of resolutions by the House of Representatives on Tuesday during the House Plenary
The Plenary commenced with the swearing in of 12 new members who were elected in the last Saturday’s election across some states of the country.
But the Bill for the establishment of Agency to Coordinate and regulate Non-governmental Organizations and Civil Society Organizations sponsored by Sada Soli from Katsina State which was slated for second reading was stepped down following an observation by the Minority Leader, Kingsley Chinda that copies of the bill be made available to members first.
Mr. Chinda said because of the importance of the bill, members should go through the bill thoroughly to enable them contribute meaningfully during the debate.
On motions of urgent Public Importance moved by a lawmaker from Akwa Ibom State, Dr. Patrick Umoh, the House directed the Heads of Security agencies to order their officers to stop harassment and physical abuse of lawyers who demanded to be present during the interrogation of their clients.
According to Dr. Umoh, many lawyers have been subjected to various forms of harassment and intimidations by security agencies while carrying out their constitutional responsibility in protecting their clients during interrogation.
Also, a Bill for the establishment of Federal Medical Center Toro Local Government of Bauchi State, sponsored by Dabo Ismaila Haruna passed second reading, in a lead debate, the sponsor, explained that Toro being one of the largest Local Government Areas in Nigeria with over 1 million population, if the Bill see the light of the day will help in addressing health challenges confronting the people of the Area and its environs.
The bill was referred to the Committee on Health institution for further legislative inputs
During the plenary, two Petitions were also laid before the House as the house adjourned to Tuesday.

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