Federal University Of Technology Ogoja Bill Passed Into Law, Awaits Presidential Assent (VIDEO)

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

The Federal University of Technology, Ogoja (Cross River State) bill, 2019 has been passed into Law by the National Assembly.

The bill which was sponsored by Sen. Ahmed Ibrahim Lawan now, Senate President, was passed by the 8th Assemby before dissolving. It was transmitted from the House of Representatives where it was sponsored by Hon. Jarigbe Agom, Member representing Ogoja/Yala.

On the floor of the Senate, the bill had its first reading on 23rd May, 2019, second reading 28th May, 2019 before referred to the Committee of the whole and it was read a third time same day.

The bill is now waiting for President Buhari to give his assent.

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