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Constitutional review: Senate will tackle challenges facing Nigeria – Omo-Agege



The Senate has promised to fastidiously take care of every drawback confronting Nigeria by the use of constitutional modification prepare.

The Deputy Senate President, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, who acknowledged this on Wednesday on the opening ceremony of the North-Central zone public listening to of the Senate Committee on the overview of the 1999 Construction hosted by the Niger state Authorities on the Idris legbo Worldwide Conference Centre, Minna, talked about it is the necessity of the lawmakers to hold optimistic transformations to the nation.

Consistent with him, “Sitting prominently throughout the agenda is the need to take care of by means of constitutional amendments, topical factors like Judiciary and Electoral Reforms, Native Authorities Autonomy and Devolution of Powers.”

Omo Agege, who spoke by the use of the Deputy Chief Whip and Sub-Committee Chairman, Senator Aliyu Sabi Abdullahi outlined that the prepare is to see how to improve on the constitution to meet the desires of Nigerians.

“The overview is to boost on the construction to swimsuit the requires of Nigerians to swimsuit the requires of our time and ensuring that they do not endure the an identical future. f we get this stuff by the use of constitutional processes of alteration effectively then our Constitutional Democracy will be set on the acceptable pedestal, and eventually, Nigeria will take its delight of place among the many many enviable constitutional democracies on this planet.”

The Deputy Senate President moreover acknowledged that the principle focus of the Committee is how one can deal with the overview prepare in an excellent, inclusive, credible, and clear methodology.

“The overview is not an attempt at writing a completely new construction, we do not fake to take motion, it provides us a risk to hold it nearer to that which the people want and to ensure energetic participation and enter from all.”

Moreover, the Governor of Niger state, Abubakar Sani Bello in his take care of acknowledged that the Unity of the Nation ought to keep sacrosanct throughout the overview.

“We should always look critically on the 1999 Construction and since the chairman of North Central Governors Dialogue board, I’ve little doubt that justice will be given to our zone”.

Furthermore, a minute silent was seen in honour of people killed due to insecurity throughout the zone.