Kano Assembly passes State Emirates Bill 2019


The Kano State Emirate Council Amendment Law 2019 has been passed into law by the State House of Assembly during its plenary session presided over by the Speaker, Rt Hon Engineer Hamisu Ibrahim Chidari, on Tuesday.

The bill was passed into Law after it underwent a series of deliberations in the Committee of the whole House.

Similarly, in today’s session, the House received a letter from the Executive Governor seeking the screening and confirmation of the appointment of Barrister Mahmoud Balarabe as the substantive Chairman of the Kano State Public Complaint and Anti-Corruption Commission. The House committed the letter to the House Standing Committee on Anti-Corruption for further Legislative action.

Similarly, the House also received a letter from the Executive Governor on a draft bill for the establishment of a Rural Access Road Agency, and the letter was committed to the House for further action. The governor also sent another letter on Kano State Anthem developed by the Kano State Government and Bayero University for consideration and enactment into Law as well as that of draft sectoral and systematic land titling and registration bill 2022 (1443 A.H.) for deliberations and passage into Law by the House.

The House was also in receipt of a letter seeking confirmation for the approval of Balarabe Hassan Karaye as full-time commissioner in the Kano State Independent Electoral Commission and that of Kano State Contributory Healthcare Management Agency Amendment number two bill of 2922 (1444 A.H.)

The letters were committed to the relevant committees for further legislative actions.

The House adjourned sitting to tomorrow, Wednesday, in a motion moved by the Majority Leader and member representing Warawa Constituency, Hon. Labaran Abdul Madari, and was seconded by Hon. Sale Ahmed Marke, Member representing Dawakin Tofa Constituency.

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