The House released a six-point legislative agenda to drive progress, inclusivity, and human capital development.
The House of Representatives Ad-hoc Committee on Legislative Agenda has presented the report on its Legislative Agenda to the House for consideration and adoption.
Presenting the report at the resumption of plenary on Tuesday, the chairman of the Committee, Rep. Julius Ihonvbere said, “That the House do receive the Report of the Ad-hoc Committee on Legislative Agenda of the House of Representatives” (Referred: 15/6/2023).”
The Legislative Agenda has become the common term to describe the four-year plan of policies and activities by previous and current assemblies of the National Assembly.
The agenda is encapsulated in a document with which members of the public and lawmakers assess the performance of an assembly based on the goals it sets for itself.
The draft agenda was developed following extensive consultations with critical stakeholders.
Recall that in July, the 10th House released a six-point legislative agenda with a focus on driving progress, prosperity, inclusivity, human capital development, healthcare, transparency, and accountability, as well as the security and safety of Nigerians.