GAGDI’S BILL FOR REPEAL OF POLICE ACT, PASSED BY HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
The Police Act Repeal Bill sponsored by Rt Hon. Yusuf Adamu Gagdi to alter the provisions of the Police Act to accommodate community policing and sundry other provisions aimed at engendering optimum security of lives and property of Nigerians by the Nigerian Police Force has passed all the rudiments of legislative enactment by the House of Representatives awaiting concurrence by the senate in order to be assented to by the President to take effect.
This brings to two, the number of bills sponsored by Gagdi, which have already been passed into law, and stands him out as the first and only first time House of Representatives member in the 9th assembly to sponsor bills that have already been passed into law.
The other bill, been an amend to NIMASA Act was passed into law by the House of Representatives in November 2019.
The two bills been passed into law both lasted less than three months from the time they are presented, scaled through the procedures of law making and passed by the House; this signifies the cordial relationship between the sponsor of the bills and his colleagues, as well as the dexterity of the lawmaker in the discharge of his core legislative function.
Rt. Hon. Gagdi assured that of the 11 bills already sponsored by him, the one that has direct impact on his consituency, which is the bill for the establishment of Federal University of Education in Pankshin, will see the light of day, as existing facilities at FCE Pankshin, which would only be upgraded to that status, have the capacity to carter for the physical and human resources requirement for university status.
Gagdi Media Team