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Monday, 15 June 2015

CURRENT AFFAIRS: List Of Lawmakers In The 7th National Assembly Who Didn’t Sponsor A Single Bill -


A new official report released on the authority of the former House speaker and current governor of Sokoto state, Aminu Tambuwal, has shown that of the 360 members in the old assembly, there were 191 who did not sponsor a single bill in four years. The official report was tagged “Status of Bills, Petitions and Other Legislative Measures,” and it had some high profile names like the current deputy speaker of the House, Yusuf Lasun (Osun, APC) and a former candidate for speaker, Abdulmumin Jibrin (Kano, APC).

The official publication was put together by the Hon. Albert Sam-Tsokwa-led Rules and Business Committee of the 7th House.

It said a total of 755 bills were introduced to the House and they were all read for the first time on the floor of the House. 679 of the bills were initiated by private members, six were sent from the Senate while 70 were executive bills. Only 123 of them were passed by the House including the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) before its tenure expired on June 6, 2015.

The lawmakers who sponsored the highest number of bills were Hon. Ali Ahmad (APC, Kwara), Hon. Uzoma Nkem Abonta (PDP, Abia) and Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila (APC, Lagos) who sponsored 36, 32 and 20 bills respectively.

Current House speaker, Hon. Yakubu Dogara (Bauchi, APC), who was a member of the 7th House, sponsored seven bills including the Data Protection Bill (HB.45) 2011. However, his deputy, Lasun Yusuf (Osun/APC), who was also a member of the 7th House, did not sponsor any bill, according to the official report which covered the period between June 6, 2011 and June 5, 2015.

Here are those who failed to sponsor any bill:

Abia: Ubani Eziuche Chinwe

Adamawa: Madwatte Anthony Lazarus; Hamman Tukur Aminu Ribadu; Hananiya Haske Francis; Nwangubu Ahmadu Fons; Nathaniel Gibson Kauda; Ganama Titsi Kwaga; Wambai Abubakar Mahmud.

Akwa Ibom: Ekon Emmanuel; Ukoette Emmanuel Isaac; Hon. Ekpenyoung Emmanuel Etim.

Anambra: Egwuatu Cyril; Obdidigwe Lambert

Bauchi: Adamu Mohammed Tukur; Gebi Aliyu Ibrahim; Yahaya Lawal Gumau; Abdulrazak Nuhu Zaki; Umar Abubakar Sade; Ahmed Abubakar Misau; Ahmed Madaki Gololo; Mohammed Isa Hassan; Saleh Auwalu Dahiru.

Bayelsa: Jephthan Foingha; Karibo Nadu Soalaboye; Daniel-Ofongo Henry.

Benue: Entonu Ochero Adamu; Orker-Jey Emmanuel Yisa; Alaaga Christina Demnenge; Udunde Emmanuel; Herman Hembe; Okwu Samson Aja.

Borno: Mshelia Abdul Musa; Aliyu Muktar Betara; Maina Mahmud Lawan; Sanda Mohammed; Isa Lawal; Khadi Ka’amuna

Cross River: Adah Francis Busam

Delta: Mutu Nicholas Ebomo; Enekorogha Penawei Francis; Ogbaburhon Okpoviekpurhi.

Ebonyi: Ali Peter Oge;, Edeh Peter Onyemaechi; Okwuru Tobias Chukwuemeka; Okorie Linus; Isu Omo Christopher.

Edo: Razak Bello-Osagie; Pally Iriase

Ekiti: Ajiboye Robinson Gbadebo; Oyetunde Oladimeji Ojo.

Enugu: Ebenyi Kingsley Sunny; Ella Uchenwa; Asadu Patrick Oziokoja.

Gombe: No Gombe lawmaker sponsored any bill. Bello Ahmed Usman Kumo; Umar Shuaibu Galadima; Manu Yusuf; Bello Binta Maigari; Ahmed Khamisu Mailantarki; Umar Ahmed Nafada.

Imo: Omegara Mathew; Bethel Amadi

Jigawa: Usman Wada Garki; Mohammed Sabo; Hassan Adamu Abunabo; Ibrahim Garba; Dunari Yusuf Sale; Ubale Safiyanu; Ibrahim Tijjani Kiyawa.

Kaduna: Bawa Usman Shehu; Ibrahim Khalid Mustapha; Bello Ibrahim; Bala Yusuf; Isa Ashiru Mohammed; Lawal Nuhu; Kayarda Ibrahim; Yakubu Umar Barde; Ahmed Rufai Chachangi; Simon Yakubu Arabo.

Kano: Adamu Usman Mohammed; Farouk Lawan; Abdulmumin Jibrin; Lawal Shehu; Aliyu Sani Mohammed; Badamasi Ayuba; Mustapha Bala Dawaki; Alhassan Ado Doguwa; Ado Musa; Musa Haruna; Audi Ahmad Zarewa; Muhtari Mohammed; Chiromawa Ahmed Nassir Ali; Suleiman Aminu; Bashir Baballe; Abdulsalam Adamu; Muhammed Ali Wudil.

Katsina: Hon Ahmed Babba Kaita; Amiru Tukur Idris; Dalhat Hamza; Gambo Musa Danmusa; Sani Auwalu; Ibrahim Babangida Mahuta; Salisu Ado Daura; Garba Danlami; Sani Zangon Daura; Mansur Abdulkadir; Suleiman Salisu; Late Sheik Umar Abubakar; Isa Lawal Doro; Abbas Machika; Sani Bello Mashi.

Kebbi: Bawa Ibrahim Kamba; Musa Garba Gulma; Bello Kaóje; Halilu Umar Aliero; Musa Aminu Koko; Dan Alkali Abdullahi; Umar Garba Uba.

Kogi: Badamasi Abdulrahman; Sadiq Asema Mohammed; Jubril Umar Buba; Zakari Ogijo Tom; Yusuf Ahmed Tijjani; Idris Mohammed Ibrahim.

Kwara: Bahago Ahman-Pategi; Ibrahim Rafiu Adebayo.

Lagos: Adenekan Taiwo Oyewole; Onabamiro Rafeequat Arinola; Odubote Mukaila Lanre; Akinloye Hazeez Babajide; Ayeola Abdulkadir Abayomi; Owolabi Alao Monsuru; Are Abayomi Dauda Kako; Hamzat Ganiyu Oladunjoye; Suara Isiaka Oluwatoyin; Jakande Ayodeji Labib; Kazeem Alliu Babatunde.

Nasarawa: Emmanuel Davematics David; Baba Musa Unwana.

Niger: Abdulmalik Dagari Usman; Salihu Adamu Shadafi; Mohammed Umaru Bago; Ahmed Mohammed Mukhtar; Idris Mohammed Sani; Shamaki Atiku; Garba Abdullahi Idris; Abdullahi Ricco Mohammed; Zakari Aliyu Jikantoro.

Ogun: Osoba Olumide Babatunde; Ogunola Bababtunde; Adeyemi Adekunle; Odeneye Kehinde Olusegun; Buraimo Bukunola Taofeek.

Ondo: Dauda Gannu Oluwadare; Ologunagba Debo Jemare; Adegunde Ifedayo Sunday; Bakare Moshood Abiodun; Adeoba Johnson Akintola; Albert Akintoye; Akinlaja Iranola Joseph; Omosule Eni Olorunda.

Osun: Yusuf Sulaimon Lasun; Ajayi Adeyinka Ayantunji; Agunbiade Nathaniel Amere; Ajagbe Adetunji Tajudeen.

Oyo: Mudashiru Kamil Akinlabi; Busari Murtala Adewale; Busari Olayemi Sikiru; Kareem Tajudeen Abisodun; Jimoh Afeez Adelowo; Olabiyi Julius Oyekola; Awoleye Abiodun Dada.

Plateau: Suleiman Yahaya Kwande; Mwadkwon Simon Davou; Idris Ahmed; Tirsel Innocent Zeitet.

Rivers: Dawari George; Maurice Proven; Chikere Kenneth Anayo; Nsiegbe Blessing Ibiba.

Sokoto: Gwanda Shuaibu Gobir; Marafa Kabiru Achida; Salisu Isa Bashir; Sa’ad Mohammed Nabunkari; Muhammed Abdullahi Wamakko; Shehu Aliyu; Aminu Waziri Tambuwal.

Taraba: Manu Garba Haruna; Isiaka Bawa; Ibrahim Aminu Malle; Jerry Manwe.

Yobe: Gadaka Ismail Ahmed; Baba Bukar Machinama.

Zamfara: Umar Sani; Bilyaminu Yusuf Shinkafi; Hassan Lawal Anka; Matawalle Mohammed Bello; Lawal Muazu Bitudu.

Credit: Fromspotz.net
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