Buni Signs Hisbah, YITDA Bills Into Law

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Yobe State Governor Hon. Mai Mala Buni yesterday signed two bills establishing the Hisbah Commission, and the Yobe State Information Technology Development Agency (YITDA) into law.
The Hisbah Commission law is to monitor the enforcement and implementation of Shariah and prevent other social vices in the state.
The Yobe State Information Technology Development Agency law is to coordinate and collaborate with institutions in mentoring and training of youths in the field of information technology in the state.
The two laws enacted by the state House of Assembly came into effect yesterday.
All 21 local government chairmen of the Labour Party in Kogi State have defected to the All Progressives Congress.
he chairmen said they collapsed their structure in order to support the APC governorship candidate, Usman Ododo, in the November 11, 2023 election.
At the official decamping ceremony on Thursday in Lokoja, the defectors said LP was no longer viable in the state.
They further anchored their reason for abandoning their party for the APC on the conviction that the APC candidate, Usman Ododo, had shown that he is a unifier whose nationalist qualities are needed to consolidate on the achievements of Governor Yahaya Bello.
Leading the chairmen, scores of their supporters and other members of Labour Party at the defection ceremony, Kogi State coordinator of the Obidient Movement, Awe Kayode, said the Labour Party structure in the state was a formidable one that delivered massive votes to the party’s presidential candidate, Peter Obi, without inducement or support.
He stressed that their decision to collapse the LP structure into the APC was to join forces with the Progressives to actualipe the ‘Kogi Agenda’ which seeks to further unite the people and ensure even development across board.


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