Nigeria Senate To Soon Amend Constitution, Says Saraki


Nigeria Senate To Soon Amend Constitution, Says Saraki.

Nigeria Senate to soon amend it constitutional laws, because most of the current issue effecting the nation is as a result of deficient laws that would only live you with question, and to no answers.

Senate President Bukola Saraki yesterday said the Senate would soon amend the Constitution. The Senate president who listed several laws that have been passed to boost the economy, said: “We hope to finalise the Constitution review. This is an area the budget has been holding us back. Now that the budget has been passed, our main priority when we resume is constitutional review. The report is ready.”

He spoke in Lagos when he declared open the 11th Annual Business Law Conference of the Nigerian Bar Association Section on Business Law (NBA-SBL), with the theme: “Law and the changing face of legal practice.”

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Saraki also urged Nigerians to demand accountability from the government, adding that the private sector can even drive the government. He said that Nigeria cannot achieve its full potential if government does not engage technocrats in driving the development process.

I believe there is a misconception by the private sector. We all believe that the responsibility is for those of us in government. That is true. But I believe that you can drive your government. You can make your government do what is necessary to create the right business environment.

Apart from the private sector’s input in governance, Saraki said government alone cannot fund infrastructure deficit even if it has to borrow. According to him, there is a mismatch between what politicians can offer and what skilled experts can bring to governance. Both, he said, must work together.

Saraki said it behooves the private sector to push the government to create an enabling environment for businesses to thrive. Lagos State governor Akinwunmi Ambode, represented by the Attorney-General Adeniji Kazeem, urged lawyers to help develop laws that will enhance the ease of doing business.