Ogun assembly to pass Amotekun bill Tuesday – Speaker


 The Ogun House of Assembly has assured that Ogun State Security Network Agency, the Amotekun Corps,  would be passed into law on Tuesday. 

Mr Olakunle Oluomo,  the Speaker,  confirmed this during plenary on Thursday in Abeokuta. 
Oluomo noted that after the meeting of Conference of Speakers from Southwest which ended around 1am Thursday morning, there were areas in the bill that needed legal refining .
The speaker added that the final copy of the bill would be adopted by the six southwestern states today of Friday,  saying that the bill would be passed into law on Tuesday. 
“The conference of speakers in southwest met in Ibadan over the bill including Majority leaders and attorney -generals of the six states to discuss on how best the bill will serve the interest of the states.
“We spots some areas in the bill  that needs legal refining . The final copy that will be adopted by all the six states will be ready today or tomorrow. 
“On Tuesday, March 3, we look forward to the passage of the bill, ” he said. 
He assured that all recommendations made during public hearing on the bill will be looked into before passage. 
Also during plenary,  the assembly condemned the killing of Remo Stars footballer,  Kazeem Tiamiyu by operative of the Federal Special Anti Robbery Squard (FSARS) on Saturday. 

Olumo,  gave the condemnation while reacting to the submissions of Messrs Abdul Bashir and Ademola Adeniran, both from Sagamu 1 and 11 constituencies on the untimely death of the footballer 
The speaker called on the leadership of the Nigeria Police to train their men to be civil in carrying out their duties. 
He warned that the personnel should refrain from infringing on people’s right and admonished them to be human in their dealings. 
Oluomo also called on Nigeria youths to dress decently ,  be careful and shun leaving a flamboyant lifestyle.

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