By Khadija Aliyu
Kano state house of assembly has reiterated its commitment to passing laws aimed at protecting and uplifting the standard of living among people.
The majority leader Alhaji Labaran Abdul Madari stated this while briefing newsmen on the outcome of activities that took place at the house of assembly in the last 12 months.
According to him, the Kano state house of assembly has passed 19 bills into law,14 are awaiting passage, while a total number of 117 bills were received in the year under review.
Alhaji Labaran Abdul Madari said some of the bills passed and signed by the executive arm include, Kano state public debt management, Kano state assembly services commission bill, Kano state revenue administration, and consolidation bill 2021, among others.
The majority leader pointed out that the Kano state child protection bill and other important bills will be soon passed into law to ensure the development of the state.
He attributed the success achieved by the Kano state house of assembly to the cordial working relationship between the executive and legislative arm of government in the state.
Alhaji Labaran Abdul Madari urged the general public to complement the government’s efforts by sending their wards to schools and abiding by laid down protocols of covid-19 to curtail the spread of the deadly infection.