The Nasarawa State House of Assembly says it has passed into law fifteen bills and sixteen resolutions in the last one year of the sixth assembly in the state.
Speaker of the House, Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi announced this at valedictory session to mark their first legislative year of the sixth Assembly in Lafia, the state capital.
He said the passage of the bills and resolutions were made possible due to the commitment and relentless efforts of the members and staff of the assembly, urging them to do more in the coming years.
Alhaji Balarabe Abdullahi also announced that the state assembly will strengthen it’s oversight function to enhance accountability and good governance.
The speaker promised to partner executive and judiciary arms for the over all development of the state.
During the valedictory session, majority leader of the House, Umar Tanko Tunga moved a motion for the members to proceed on one month recess and was seconded by deputy minority leader Luka Iliya Zhekaba.