BY RAHILA ABDULLAHI, Kaduna
The Kaduna State House of Assembly at its preliminary sitting yesterday screened the nominees for the Governing Board of Fiscal Responsibility Commission.
The nominees scheduled to be screened are five but only four of them were present for the screening. Those screened are Aliyu Yahaya Sa’ad, as member representing Private Sector in the state, Lawal Danladi as member representing Zone 1, Isa. A. Shika as member representing Zone 2, and Mary Luka as member representing Zone 3, while Segun Onigbinde as member representing CSO who engages in causes relating to Probity, Transparency and Good Governance was absent for the screening.
The House resolved to give Mr. Segun Onigbinde another chance to appear for the screening, noting that if he fails, it would advise the executive to nominate another person and he be withdrawn.
Hon. Labari Shelly Tella (Jema’a constituency)? said he believes the nominees are old enough to know what will be good for Kaduna State and its people and he believes that they would work within that capacity.
Meanwhile, the House at plenary also passed into Law the Bill to Establish the Kaduna State Mortgages and Foreclosure Authority, 2017
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