The Kogi State Government has taken further steps to actualise it’s dream of owning a second University. The State House of Assembly has announced plans to conduct public hearing on 7 bills including the one on the creation of the new Confluence University.
An announcement by Cosmas Atabor, House Committee Chairman on Judiciary Justice and Protocols, indicated that the public hearing will hold on Tuesday and Wednesday, 11th and 12th August at the Assembly complex. All 7 Bills have recently passed through the second reading in the House.
According to Atabor, this is in accordance with the 7th Assembly’s determination and commitment to make laws that will continue to promote good governance in the State.
The House therefore called on the general public and stakeholders to either send memorandum or make their physical appearance to submit their contributions that will make those bills meet up with global best practice in the affected sectors.