Yakubu Dogara the Speaker of the House of Reps guaranteed Nigerians that the National Assembly would not hinder the yearnings in many quarters for changes to the Constitution
Dogara focused on that sacred change is a ceaseless procedure which would happen in stages, The speaker expressed that the House of Assembly was prepared to do its part, once accord on the issue of sacred change has been come to
Yakubu Dogara, the speaker of the House of Representatives, has said the main way Nigeria can be rebuilt is by altering the 1999 Constitution,
The made his remarks while talking at an open hearing by the House of representatives Ad-hoc Committee on the Review of the 1999 Constitution, on Wednesday July 13.
Naijainform takes note of that the board of trustees had sorted out the hearing so as to get contribution on a bill introduced by Walter Onnoghen, the central equity of the organization, to the National Assembly.
The bill titled “A Bill For An Act To Alter The Constitution Of The Federal Republic Of Nigeria 1999 (As Amended) To Reflect The Proposals Initiated By The Judiciary (HB858)”, is a merger of all suggestions requiring a revision of the Constitution, made by legal bodies and heads of courts.
It expects to impact legal change by modifying arrangements of the Constitution.
While guaranteeing Nigerians that the National Assembly would not hinder the desires in many quarters for changes to the Constitution, the speaker focused on that protected correction is a nonstop procedure which would happen in stages.
He Stated He stated: “Agitations for restructuring the governance framework for Nigeria can only be done through the alteration and amendment of the 1999 Constitution.
“I wish to say, that the House of Representatives and indeed the National Assembly is ready to do its part in terms of amending the constitution when consensus have been reached on any matter by stakeholders and Nigerian citizens.”