Reps Committee reviewing status of Chinese loans adjourns sitting

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The House of Representatives’ Committee on Treaties,
Protocols and Agreements has adjourned sitting to next
Tuesday.
The adjournment is to enable members peruse the
documents so far submitted by relevant ministries,
departments and agencies to be able to make informed
enquiries.
The chairman of the committee, Nicholas Ossai, said the
adjournment was necessary so as not to ambush members
who just received the documents at the meeting.
A motion for the adjournment was subsequently moved and
seconded by committee members after which it was put to
vote and carried.
The chairman assured all concerned the committee’s
recommendations at the end of its assignment will be in the
interest of this generation and generations yet unborn.
The committee is reviewing the status of loans obtained by
the country as well as the treaties entered into.
He reiterates the committee’s call on the Attorney General
and Ministers of Justice as well as the Minister of Finance
to appear before it in the course of the assignment.

Omsnews reporting


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