Thursday, March 12, 2020

Bill To Create State Police Passes Second Reading In Senate

A bill sponsored by Senator Bashiru Surajudeen Ajibola representing Osun Central Senatorial district, is seeking for an act to establish State Police in Nigeria.

Bill To Create State Police Passes Second Reading In Senate

The bill which is to ensure effective community policing has passed its second reading in the Senate.

The bill is seeking to alter the provisions of the 1999 Constitution as amended to reflect a provision for creation of State Police.

Surajudeen Ajibola read;

A bill for an Act to alter the provisions of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 to provide for the establishment of State Police and to ensure effective community policing in Nigeria and for other related matters.

Even though the fact that the Senate Ad-hoc Committee on Security was yet to submit its report, the bill went through the second reading.

The State Police bill was eventually referred to the Constitution Review Committee headed by Deputy President of the Senate for further public hearing before reverting to the red Chambers for third reading


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