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KSHoA Pledges Partnership with Corporate Bodies to Pass Laws

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Kano House of Assembly

Uba Abdullahi

Kano House of Assembly pledged to partner with the State government and other corporate organizations in bringing out laws that will improve the living standard and the socio-economic well-being of the generality of the people of the State.

This was disclosed by the Speaker of the Kano State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Engineer Hamisu Ibrahim Chidari while declaring a three-day retreat open organized by the Kano State government and the Legis37 in Abuja on Wednesday.

The Hon. Speaker further stressed that the retreat has come at the right time when the Assembly is considering both State and Local Government Budgets in such a way that the knowledge, skills, and experience being acquired during the retreat would be used practically during the State and Local Government budget in the house.

During the three-day retreat it is expected that a series of papers would be deliberated by eminent resources persons who are highly knowledgeable in Legislative administration which includes among others; the Role of the State House of Assembly before during and after the election, the development of the legacy report, strategic considerations in a budget process for a concluding parliament, revisiting legislature- executive relations as pointed out by the Hon. Speaker.

Rt.Hon. Engineer Hamisu Ibrahim Chidari then applauded the foresight of the state Governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje for sponsoring the retreat which he said would add volumes to the existing knowledge of legislative treatment and administration among both Members and Management Staff of the Assembly.

The Speaker then assured the Legis37 that the knowledge acquired during the retreat is going to be used judiciously to strengthen and improve Legislative performance in the most efficient way possible.

In his remarks at the opening of the retreat, the Majority Leader of the House, Hon Labaran Abdul Madari, and a Member representing Warawa Constituency said the retreat would obviously gingered members on their roles and responsibilities as members of the Assembly

He also thanked the State Governor for his utmost concern and commitment to ensuring good and cordial working relations with the Legislative arm of the government.

In his remarks also the Head of Legis37 Alhaji Ibrahim Salim said the essence of the retreat is to among others reawakened Members of their duties and responsibilities as duly elected representatives

Alhaji Salim likewise salute the Kano State Government which he said is at the forefront in such retreat which clearly indicated that Kano remains a pacesetter on matters related to democracy and democratic principles.

While fielding questions from journalists, the Clerk and Head of Legislative Service of the House, Alhaji Garba Bako Gezawa said the retreat will serve as an avenue of idea crystallization for Legislative administration.

He thanked the state government and the Legis37 for organizing the workshop, pointing out that the convergence would pave way for the participants to sharpen their brains on their responsibilities comprising both members and management staff of the Assembly.

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