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  1. THERE are indications that the report of the 2014
    National Conference may form a core plank of the ongoing bid by the
    National Assembly to amend the 1999 Constitution, again.

    Already, copies of the report have been distributed to members of the Adhoc Committee of the House
    of Representatives for the Review of the constitution, to enable them prepare for discussion on the report as soon as the House resumes from Sallah break.

    The decision of the House to make it part of its
    working document is coming on the heels of widespread demand by major stakeholders in the
    country for the implementation of the final report of the confab.

    The two-volume report formed part of the documents handed over to President Muhammadu Buhari by his predecessor,
    Dr Goodluck Jonathan, on May 29, 2015.

    Discordant tunes from top government functionaries in recent times on the fate
    of the conference report had triggered angry reactions by most Nigerians who insisted its implementation would go a longer
    way in saving the federation from the precipice.

    Deputy Speaker of the House, Honourable Lasun Yussuff, confirmed last night that
    arrangements had been concluded for the lawmakers to incorporate the report
    in the agenda of the adhoc committee, which he doubles
    as the chairman.

    Though he was silent on the list of major recommendations in the
    report that would form part of the proposed amendment, a statement by his
    press secretary, Mr Wole Oladimeji, said consultants hired
    by the House were also given copies to digest and guide the
    committee on its critical assignment.

    “Copies of the report have been circulated to members of the committee to go through and come up with recommendations to the committee while the consultants to the committee have been given the report to advise the committee on how to go about it.

    “Some of the salient proposals in the report would be turned into draft bills which would
    be presented to the House for adoption and passage. The committee
    would commence work on the review immediately the House resumes from its
    Sallah break,” he assured.

    More than 600 resolutions contained in the conference report were passed through consensus by the 494 delegates to the conference that spanned five months.

    Eminent persons, including elder statesmen, traditional rulers, legal luminaries, labour leaders, and other representatives of mass based ethnic nationalities and civil society groups were among delegates to the conference.

    Some of the resolutions and recommendations of the conference bothered on devolution of powers, forms of government, immunity clause, local government administration, legislature, independence candidacy, fiscal federalism, governance, anti-corruption, true federalism, revenue allocation formula and state creation.

    According to the deputy speaker, the decision to incorporate the confab report in the agenda of the Special Adhoc Committee for the current process of amending the constitution was reached at a retreat held in Abuja for the members.

    His statement on the issue read: “The House of Representatives Special Adhoc Committee on the review
    of the 1999 Constitution has adopted the report of
    the National Conference, 2014 as part of its working document.
    The decision to adopt the report of the National conference was taken at
    a working session/retreat of the committee recently held at Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja.

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