By AbdulSalam Muhammad
KANO—Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State has hinted that a summit between Kano State and Lagos State Houses of Assembly was in the pipeline.
A statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary, quoted Ganduje as saying that the two assemblies have a lot in common, being from the most populous states of the federation, and there is need for them to copy some legislative work from each other.
He said: “Most of the memorandums of understanding signed by Kano and Lagos states recently, need some legislative roles before they can become practical.”
In his speech, Speaker of the state Assembly, who was represented by his Deputy, Engineer Hamisu Chidari, said: “What I find even more apt and timely is the inclusion of the long-overdue review of the Standing Rules of Kano State House of Assembly, which were last updated 10 years ago.”
On his part, Chairman of Legis 37 Nigeria, Salim, represented by Musa Isa, appreciated the relation-ship between his firm and Kano State government.