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The Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rep. Benjamin Kalu, disclosed this on Wednesday.
The Speaker, Tajuddeen Abbas, made this known on Monday, in Abuja.
Speaker Tajudeen Abbas made this known shortly before the House adjourned for the New Year break on Saturday.
The Upper Chamber during Saturday’s plenary session observed a minute silence for the former Speaker.
This was contained in a statement signed by Rep. Akin Rotimi Jr. House Spokesman/Chairman, House Committee on Media and Public Affairs.
The Speaker made the announcement on Friday as the House made to conclude debate on the 2024 Budget.
Spokesman of the House of Representatives, Akin Rotimi, made this known on Friday in a statement he issued.
The Public Accounts Committee of the House made the observation on Tuesday as it continued with its probe
Abbas said it is a major way of checking medical tourism, generating foreign exchange and saving the Naira.
Giwa, who is also the pioneer clerk of PAC, made this revelation during the inaugural meeting of the 10th House’s PAC in Abuja.
The Speaker said this while inaugurating the ad hoc committee to investigate crude oil theft and loss of revenue in Abuja.
This is contained in a statement by Musa Krishi, Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the speaker on Sunday in Abuja.
She raised her concerns at a one-day roundtable organized by a non-governmental organization, the Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre (WARDC), in Lagos, on Friday.
This was sequel to a unanimous adoption of a motion by Rep. Francis Waive (APC-Delta) at plenary on Wednesday.
This was sequel to a unanimous adoption of a report by the House Ad hoc Committee on Defence presented by the Chairman, Rep. Benson Babajimi (APC-Lagos State) at the plenary.
The resolution followed the adoption of a motion by Rep. Kalejaiye Paul (APC-Lagos) at plenary in Abuja on Tuesday.
This was disclosed by the Deputy Speaker in his address at the annual all markets conference in Lagos State.
The approval followed Tinubu’s request for N500 billion for palliatives to Nigerians in order to reduce the hardship caused by subsidy removal.
The proposed probe followed the adoption of a motion by Odimayo John (APC-Ondo) at plenary on Wednesday.