The leadership of the Abia State House of Assembly has passed into law, the Bill seeking for the establishment of Abia State Accounts Allocation Committee (ABSAAC).
The Bill H.A.B 40 was passed into law on Tuesday (yesterday) by the Abia members of the Abia State House of Assembly during the plenary.
Infonet9ja.com gathered that before the passage of the Bill into law, the House through a motion moved by the Majority Leader, Hon Solomon Akpulonu which was seconded by Hon Mike Ukoha, Member representing Arochukwu State Constituency, dissolved into the Committee of the Whole to consider the H.A.B. 40: A Bill for a Law to Establish the ABSAAC.
The House, it was gathered, reverted to full plenary after consideration of the Bill in the Committee of the Whole, after the Majority Leader; Akpulonu and seconded by Hon. Ukoha where in a Motion moved by the Majority Leader and seconded by Hon Mike Ukoha; the Order Paper was amended to accommodate the Third Reading of H.A.B: 40.
Reporting what happened at the Committee of the Whole, the Speaker of Abia House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Orji said, “At this point, having crossed the t’s and dotted the i’s, we can comfortably delete the word ‘Bill’ and insert the word ‘Law’ in its place.
“This Law can be cited as the Abia State Accounts Allocation Committee Law; and will come into force this day 13th Day of July, 2021”, the Speaker said.
Subsequently H.A.B. 40 was passed into Law.
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