Senate President, Dr. Ahmad Lawan, has reconstituted the leadership and membership of some standing committees of the Red Chamber.
Lawan made the announcement moments before the upper chamber adjourned plenary.
Those to serve as chairmen include Senator Sahabi Alhaji Ya’u – Committee on National Population and National Identity; Senator Adetokunbo Abiru – Committee on Industry; Senator Saidu Alkali – Committee on Trade and Investments; Senator Kabiru Barkiya – Committee on Inter-Parliamentary Affairs.
Those selected to vice-chairmanship and membership positions are Senator Seriake Dickson – Committee on Interior; and member, Committee on Appropriations; Senator Biodun Olujimi – member, Committee on Appropriations; Senator Tolu Odebiyi – Vice Chairman, Committee on Marine Transport; Senator Lekan Mustapha – Vice Chairman, Committee on INEC; Senator Jarigbe Agom Jarigbe – Vice Chairman, Committee on Foreign Affairs.
Others are Senator Moses Cleopas – Vice Chairman, National Planning and Economic Affairs; Senator Frank Ibezim Chukwuma – Vice Chairman, Committee on Industry; Senator Nora Ladi Daduut – Vice Chairman, Committee on Culture and Tourism; and Senator Degi-Biobarakuma Eremieyo Degi – member, Committee on Appropriation.
In his remarks after the announcement, the Senate President urged the new chairmen and vice chairmen to commence their duties immediately, particularly with work on the 2022 budget.
“We expect that these chairmen and vice chairmen would start their work immediately, especially to work on the budget defense.
“We wish them like all of us, the best of tenure and steady hands on their work,” Lawan said.
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