House of Reps passes 352 bills, resolves 1,413 motions, considers 2,015 petitions in 4 years

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The House of Representatives has passed 352 out of 1,643 bills presented in the lifespan of the 8th Assembly, resolved 1,413 out of 1,588 motions sponsored, and considered 205 out of 1,192 petitions received.
Edward Pwajok, chairman, Rules and Business Committee of House, who gave this breakdown Thursday at the valedictory session of the 8th Assembly,…

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Dogara denies joining Speakership race

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Yakubu Dogara, Speaker of the House of Representatives Sunday denied that he is not in race for the position of Speaker of the 9th Assembly.

There were posters of Dogara contesting for next Speaker of the House on social media platforms at the weekend while some dailies have reported the said contest.

But Turaki Hassan Special Adviser (Media & Public Affairs) to the Speaker in a statement described the both the posters and reports as fake news against his principal.

Turaki said, “our attention has been drawn to stories published in some national dailies to the effect that His Excellency, the Speaker of the House of Representatives Rt. Hon. Yakubu Dogara, has joined the race for the Speakership of the 9th Assembly.

“We wish to distance the Speaker from the fake news being pushed and circulated by mischief makers and enemies of progress who want to create confusion in order to benefit and feast on it.

“The Rt. Hon. Speaker has always spoken for himself and would not be engaged in childish hide and seek games. When he contested in 2015 he openly sought for support and openly canvassed for votes and there is nothing stopping him from doing so now if that were the case.

“We have official channels of communication and we have not issued any statement to that effect.
We urge members of the public to totally disregard the fake news being published about the Speaker”.


James Kwen, Abuja

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