Lagos State passes Anti-Corruption bill into law

 The Lagos State House of Assembly on Tuesday, December 8, 2020, passed into law, a bill to build up the Lagos State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission and for associated purposes. The bill, which could be portrayed as one to have the speediest entry, was passed after it was perused for the third time and an ensuing voice vote led by the Speaker, Mudashiru Obasa. 

Prior to the entry of the bill, the House had coordinated a day formal conference, where Obasa revealed that the bill, when passed into law, would disclose officials procure more open trust by improving public straightforwardness and responsibility in all circles of administration in the state. 

The Speaker, who was addressed at the formal proceeding by his agent, Wasiu Sanni-Eshinlokun, uncovered that when the bill turns into a law, it would highlight the height of the bill as not only fitting towards guaranteeing further responsibility and trust.

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