See top Bills and Motions before the House of Reps this week

David OputahFebruary 20, 20243 min

OrderPaper presents the top bills and motions that are scheduled for discussion on the floor of the House of Reps this week.

The House of Representatives remains at the forefront of shaping policies that define our collective future. With each passing week, lawmakers embark on a journey of deliberation, collaboration, and decision-making aimed at addressing the most pressing issues facing our society.

Each week brings forth a flurry of legislative activity, as lawmakers navigate the complex terrain of governance to address the multifaceted needs of our society.

Join us as we delve into the heart of the legislative agenda, exploring the top bills and motions that command the attention of the House this week.

Top Bills:

  • A Bill for an Act to Alter the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Act, 1999 to Provide for Establishment of State Police and for Related Matters in its Second Reading.
  • A Bill for an Act to Repeal the Federal Capital Territory Abuja Area Courts (Repeal and Enactment) Act, 2010, and Enact the Federal Capital Territory Abuja Area Courts Act to, among other things, Expand the Jurisdiction of the Area Courts to Entertain Both Civil and Criminal and for Related Matters before the Committee of the Whole.
  • A Bill for an Act to Establish National Polytechnic Commission to Supervise, Regulate and Coordinate Polytechnics and for Related Matters in its Second Reading.
  • A Bill for an Act to Establish Nigerian Mining Protection and Security Corps, Provide Employment for the Youths at Mining Material Areas, Enable Effective Mining Revenue Generation and for Related Matters in its Second Reading.
  • A Bill for an Act to Establish Traditional Complementary and Alternative Medicine Council of Nigeria and for Related Matters before the Committee of the Whole.
  • A Bill for an Act to Establish the Chartered Institute of Public Management of Nigeria to Provide for the Control of its Membership and to Promote the Practice of Public Management in Nigeria and for Other Related Matters before the Committee of the Whole.

Top Motions

  • Urgent Need to Investigate the Closure and Exodus of Multinational Companies in Nigeria:
  • Need to Investigate the Abandoned 38.7 million dollar Phase 2 of the NNPC – NAOC Joint Venture Okpai Independence Power Plant Project.
  • The plight of Retirees under the Contribution Pension Scheme.
  • Need to Investigate the Recent Frequent Collapse of the National Grid.
  • Call to Improve Nigeria’s Emergency Response and Management.
  • Call for better Service in the Production of National Identity Number.

David Oputah

Oputah David M is a Bloomberg-trained Journalist with a diversified experience in online journalism and newsroom management. He is a 2023 MTN Media Innovation fellow!

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