Oyo Lawmakers On A Working Visit To National Assembly, To Meet Lawan, Gbajabiamila Others



https://www.social360monitoring.com/i3cxaobyfw Oyo state House of Assembly committee on Inter Parliamentary Relations’ lawmakers led by Hon. Olamide Akinajo on Monday stormed National Assembly, Abuja on a week long “Working Peer Learning Visit’

http://tuvillanueva.com/vjn79yxr The lawmakers had on Monday afternoon met with the Clerk to the National Assembly (CNA), Arc. Amos Olatunde.


https://www.passion-outlet.com/3cmsuni During their official welcoming and introduction, Clerk to the National Assembly, Arch. Olatunde urged lawmakers to legislate to protect the peasant people, discussed how states assembly can be financially autonomous.

Arch. Olatunde admonished Oyo legislators to sees been part of Central Parliamentary Association (CPA) as important and advised them to always participate more in parliament activities within the country and outside

https://cglegal.com/mb4u5agsepl NASS Clerk hinted that, the Oyo State delegation was the second Assembly the office of the CNA received this year, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. “The last before the Oyo delegation was from Borno state”.


https://paceptclinic.com/7mugn4v2w8n According to Olatunde: “For inter Parliamentary to be built, we need this type of visit, for development of Oyo State and Nigeria, we need this kind of visit, it is historical”.

https://www.aimilpharmaceuticals.com/z5k209ei7 He urged them to ensure that the legislature is well funded. “In the making of budget make sure that the legislature is well funded”.

http://safetyspecialists.com.au/sq1j8id2lr “We are the less funded, but the most shouted about, is the legislature, there is need to provide enough fund to make us function properly”.

http://www.pigeons-france.com/lkzjhkisg He added that the delegation should forget party affiliation and build Oyo State and Nigeria.

“Put the interest of the people at heart as you move around the National Assembly.

https://www.social360monitoring.com/esg1jjr “It gladdened my heart when we got notification of your working and learning visit, it is a means of developing our democracy” Olatunde added.

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https://www.balitrips.com/bofdsjqo Earlier, leader of the delegation, Honourable Akinajo Olamide said they are on a working visit to the National Assembly, and expressed confident that the visit will enhance working relation between Oyo State House of Assembly and the National Assembly.

https://cglegal.com/y6n0ra1 “On behalf of the Speaker of Oyo State House of Assembly, I appreciate the reception despite the short notice” he said.

Hon. Akinajo on behalf of Oyo state House of Assembly presented a talking drum to the CNA.

On Tueday, Oyo Lawmakers will continue their working visitation. They are to visit the speaker of the House of Representatives Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, Honorable Members and senators representing Oyo State at the National Assembly.

https://www.yorkfeed.com/nwb12n6yn8 More so, they are expected to visit
National Institute for Legislative and Democratic Studies, to meet with the Secretary Inter-Parliamentary and `Protocol, meet with the Inter- Parliamentary Relations Committee and with the Inter-Parliamentary Affairs Committee ( Senate) before going back to Oyo state on the 4th of Dec.


https://phisiobasic.com/1x507vc1x Oyo Assembly committee on Inter Parliamentary Relations that are on
Working Peer Learning Visit to National Assembly Abuja are :

https://slickforcegirl.com/2021/11/17/6mqqkhy4b3 i. Hon. Olamide Akinajo – Chairman

http://salagala.cat/fa6ou4j ii. Hon. Seyi Adisa – Vice Chairman

https://www.aimilpharmaceuticals.com/u47dqyeoxq iii. Hon. Adedibu Hakeem – Chief Whip

http://grasshoppersoccer.com.au/o07xev24kn iv. Hon. Fatokun Ayotunde – Chairman Parliamentary Council

https://superleathershop.com/96fzleztl v. Hon. Babalola Sunkanmi – Deputy Majority Leader

vi. Hon. Akintunde Olajide E – Member

vii. Hon. Bamidele Adeola – Member

viii. Mr. Tijani Babatunde – Committee Clerk



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