Nigeria Senate President, Sen. Ahmad Lawan, has introduced that parliament will reviewed the 1999 Constitution and it will take place from Thursday, June 3rd to Friday, June 4th in Abuja.
Sen. Ahmad Lawan, said this announcement on Tuesday, in a plenary letter addressed to him through the Chairman of the constitution review Committee, Sen. Ovie Omo-Agege.
In reviewed to Senate President, the two-day countrywide Public listening to on proposals to modify the provisions of the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 is scheduled to preserve on the African Hall of the International Conference Centre (ICC), Abuja.
Sen. Ahmad Lawan urged Nigerians to make use of this possibility supplied by way of the countrywide public hearing setting out on Thursday to state their positions on problems that might improve the fine of governance.
“allow me additionally congratulate the contributors of the constitution assessment Committee of the Senate, who had carried out the public hearings across the Country
In fact, the document we obtained has proven that in all the centres, the general public hearings have been quite a hit.
“I need to additionally appeal to Nigerians to take the opportunity of the national public listening to so one can begin on Thursday.
“this is an attempt that the country wide meeting specially the Senate is connected to.
“We agree with that we ought to do whatever is important to offer a platform for Nigerians to pay attention their perspectives, provide their positions and canvass for whatever they feel could make our us of a higher, and make governance more efficient and a hit,” he stated.
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