Kano State House of Assembly, yesterday 27th of November, 2013, finally passed Kano State Street Begging Prohibition Bill.

Though, there was no public hearing concerning the Bill before its final passage, however, the Bill is meant to reposition and rebrand the state, being the only state having the highest population of street beggars in Nigeria with millions of people begging on the street.

In another development, the State House of Assembly between Monday 25th and 26th of November, 2013, has taken a critical look at the Kano State Harmonized LGAs Rate and Levy Bill, which is presently at the Committee level.

Also, of particular importance, is the Local Governments Audit Report, December, 2010 fiscal year. The House has finished reading the report.

Nura Maaji

CISLAC, Kano

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