Nigeria’s Senate President, Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan, on Wednesday, inaugurated Senate Legislative Agenda Committee, charging them to come up with agenda that responds to yearnings of Nigerians.
According to Daily Post: Lawan said that the ninth Senate was primed to work for Nigerians with experienced professionals that are in the Senate.
“Ladies and gentlemen, the ninth Senate is well with experienced people from various backgrounds and one could see it in today’s debate.”
He promised to make himself available if his attention was needed in the course of drafting the legislative activities for the Senate
Chairman of the Committee, Senator Adamu Aliero promised that the Committee would work hard taking into consideration, the plight of Nigerians so as to address their nagging issues.
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The Kebbi lawmaker said that the upper chamber would focus on laws that will tackle poverty among Nigerians.
The 13-man Ad-hoc Committee was set up on Tuesday with a mandate to submit report in two weeks.