THE Kano State House of Assembly has committed to working with the state government and other corporate organizations to pass laws that will raise the standard of living and socioeconomic situation of the state’s residents.
The assembly’s speaker, Hamisu Ibrahim Chidari, stated this yesterday in Abuja as he opened a three-day retreat hosted by the Legis37 and the administration of Kano State.
The retreat, according to the speaker, has been timed to coincide with the assembly’s consideration of the state and local government budgets, allowing for the practical application of the knowledge, skills, and experience gained during the retreat.
Chidari applauded the state governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, for having the foresight to fund the retreat, which he stated will increase the capacity of the assembly’s management team and members.
The speaker in a statement released by his chief press secretary, Uba Abdullahi, promised the Legis37 that the information learned during the retreat will be put to use.
“In his remarks at the opening of the retreat, the Majority Leader of the House, Labaran Abdul Madari, and member representing Warawa Constituency, said the retreat would ginger members on their roles and responsibilities as members of the assembly,” the statement added.