A BILL FOR ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE HAS PASSED SECOND READING.

By Mubarak Mahmood

Bauchi State House of Assembly has resumed plenary after over four weeks of recession with an appealed on government to execute more developmental projects in rural areas of Alkaleri and Katagum local governments.

Similarly, the house called for the construction of feeder roads and provisions electricity in some villages of Alkaleri local government.

This contained in a motion moved by members representing Alkaleri constinuency Yusuf Mohammed Bako and his Madara counterpart Ali Dan Iya.

The lawmakers explained that their constituents are suffering due to poor road Network, lack of culvert and drainage especially during rainy season.

Still during the plenary the house has also urged on government to take appropriate measures on abandoned Baban Takko secondary School located in Birshi ward of Bauchi local government area.

The call followed on a motion under matters of urgent public importance moved by member representing Zungur Galambi constituency Danlami Ahmad Kawule.

Danlami Kawule who is also the Deputy Speaker of the house, expressed worry on how some youth misused the abandoned structure as a hideout to commit nefarious activities.

The house refered the motion to it’s committees of Education and security to study the motion and report back within two weeks.

Meanwhile, a bill to provide Administration of Criminal Justice in courts of Bauchi State and a bill to provide the Penal Code law passed second reading.

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