Lagos Assembly passes Amotekun bill into law

Lagos state house of  Assembly has passed Amotekun corps bill into an existing law on the Neighborhood Safety Corps to accommodate Amotekun

The house  on Tuesday, March 3, passed the bill on Amotekun after it scaled the third reading by the lawmakers.

 Earlier passing the bill, the speaker Mudashiru Obasa and his colleagues took a close and final look at the bill, which seeks to unify the proposed law that would guide the security outfit jointly established by the governors from the South Western zone of the country.

The lawmakers at the Lagos Assembly agreed to amend an existing law on the Neighborhood Safety Corps to accommodate Amotekun. At plenary, the bill was announced by the majority leader of the House, Sanai Agunbiade, shortly before its passage.

 Operation Amotekun: Southwest speakers, AGs adopt uniform bill Days before its passage, the state House of Assembly had held a public hearing where arguments and memoranda were considered and taken in relation to the bill, part of which included that the operatives would carry licensed arms.

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