By Jonathan Ugbal
Almost two years after the inauguration of the eighth (8) National Aseembly, the member representing Ikom/Boki federal constituency, Chris Agibe is yet to sponsor a single bill.
He has however moved a motion on the “Need to eradicate Malaria using the Dichloro-Diphenyl-Trichloroethane (DDT) 20/4/2016,” a controversial chemical substance.
Elsewhere in central Cross River, third term member representing Abi/Yakurr federal constituency, Bassey Ewa has sponsored 5 bills.
These includes; HB 391 – Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (Alteration) Bill 2016, HB 392 – Nigeria Legion Act (Amendment) Bill, 2016, HB 393 – Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (Amendment) Bill, 2016, HB 596 – Traffic Warden Service Bill, 2016 and
HB 641 – Industrial Waste Disposal Control Bill, 2016.
He is yet to move a motion on the floor of the House.
Also, the member representing Etung/Obubra federal constituency Mike Etaba has sponsored one bill so far since June 2015.
He sponsored HB 583 – National Directorate of Employment (Amendment) Bill, 2016 and also has one motion to his name.
He moved a motion concerning the “communal Clash which claimed lives and properties in Eboh, Ababene, Iyamitet, Obubra village, Uwakande and Onyadafyle Communities of Cross River State.”
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