On Tuesday, the Lagos State House of Assembly highlighted the three main problems that need to be resolved poverty, insecurity, and devolution of authority.
The House tasked the Federal Government with finding an expedient solution to Nigeria’s poverty problem.
The Assembly encouraged the National Assembly to discuss popular demands for fiscal federalism and power devolution.
The session was presided over by Speaker Mudashiru Obasa, who stated that the nation had experienced a fair amount of togetherness since Independence.
Agege’s representative in Congress, Obasa, bemoaned the fact that various difficulties have over time hampered peace and togetherness.
“We demand that the federal government act to end poverty and insecurity and take steps to ensure that people have a happy life.
“I also urge the National Assembly to put more efforts on devolution of power and fiscal federalism so that Nigeria would be better”, he said.
The Lagos legislature observed a minute silence in honour of the nation’s founding fathers and martyrs.
However, the House read for the third time and passed the bill for a law to establish human organs, tissue harvesting, and transplantation agency.