The chairman, governing board, Nigeria Investment Promotion Commission and former Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Babangida Nguroje, has tasked the newly elected leadership of the National Assembly on legislations that will fast track Nigeria’s development.
He specifically urged Senate President Ahmad Lawan and House of Representatives Speaker Femi Gbajabiamila to ensure that laws and ratifications that would move Nigeria away from a mono-economy and consuming nation to a diversified and heavily manufacturing country were passed.
He said in Abuja yesterday that Nigerians had high expectations from the current administration and that the National Assembly should provide the legislative support for programmes of the executive.
He also urged all the members of the National Assembly to treat every issue before them as representatives of the people and not on the basis of party affiliation, religion or ethnicity.
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