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SAHARAREPORTERS LIED ON GOV. DICKSON—— BayelsaPIMC.org

27 Apr

One would have wished away the vile propaganda of Saharareporters that the amiable Governor of Bayelsa State overstays in Abuja and stays only sparingly in Yenagoa as the height of irresponsible journalism. It is equally absurd and ludicrous for anyone to insinuate that Governor Dickson who spends more than 90% of his time traversing the length and breadth of Bayelsa State inspecting projects spends so much time outside the State.
Three issues are clear, all Governors including Governor Dickson belong to political parties and when there are pressing party matters, they are called upon to attend meetings in Abuja. Besides, Governor Dickson is desirous of wooing investors to the State. It is understandable why he occasionally travels to Abuja for such high profile investment roundtables. Generally, he is called CONTRIMAN GOVERNOR because he stays in Yenagoa to oversee the projects by himself. There is no week when the Contriman Governor does not inpect projects in the State.
Naturally, President Jonathan is from Bayelsa State and a kinsman and brother of Governor Dickson. It has therefore become fashionable on the part of a section of the press especially the online media to engage in scapegoatism to interpret the political travails of Governor Rotimi Amaechi as being caused by some malevolent spirits.
Since Governor Dickson assumed office, he has run an all-inclusive-administration. This is evidenced by the appointments he has made which cut across party lines, sectional divides. Look at his cabinet and you will see people who were hitherto on the opposition. Most of the Boards and parastatals he established are made up of academics and even Ijaws in diaspora are not left out.
Again, saharareporters lied for accusing the Governor of clamping down on free speech by sending a bill to criminalize “rumour mongering” The Governor established a PUBLIC INFORMATION MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE with professionals selected from the NUJ, RATTAWU, BIPA, NANS and other people who are adept in the pen profession. The mandate of the Committee is clear. It is even a blatant lie that saharareporters tried but could not reach the Secretary of the Committee John Idumange on the well-publicized hotlines. For the avoidance of doubt, the hotlines are open 24 hours. Apart from the hotlines, you can reach the secretary through his personal line: 07039103572.
For emphasis, the mandate of the committee includes the following:
1. To oversee the management of public information dissemination in Bayelsa State, through the articulation of appropriate policies and strategies and to work in synergy with all relevant agencies such as NOA, National Orientation Agency, such as NBA, NMA, NLC, NUJ, professional bodies, Women and Youth Groups and other non-state actors.

2. To embark on sensitization of the citizens with a view to effecting attitudinal change in the youths through public enlightenment programmes on radio, television and town hall meetings among other community development training programmes.

3. To bridge the information gap between government and the people in order to reduce the spread of rumours, misinformation and propaganda disseminated by the mischief makers to distract the attention of government.

4. To evolve educational and behavior modification programmes designed to inculcate discipline positive work ethics and change among public servants, youths, women groups with a view to promoting the policies and programmes of the Restoration Government.

5. To re-enforce existing channels of communication to ensure that public information is brought to the people accurately and in a timely manner.

6. To liaise with all agencies charged with information dissemination and to serve as a clearing house among all agencies of government to enhance information flow in the system and any other matters related thereto.
It was for this reason that the Committee seeks the partnership and active collaboration of all stakeholders, professional bodies, civil society Organizations and CBOs, adding that every segment of society is important. The operations of the Committee are guided by openness, objectivity, truth and fairness. The Committee according to the Chairman will embark on enlightenment campaigns and adopt a bottom-up approach in information management. The Committee will also establish information centres in all the Local Government Headquarters and train champions in information management. In addition, the Committee will organize town hall meetings and other focused group discussions to ensure a healthy exchange of information, clear ambiguities and ensure a two-way flow of information between government and the people, adding that the Restoration Administration has reconfigured the architecture of delivering value and reengineer the entire concept of governance.
A journalist worth his salt is expected to serve the public by informing the people and enabling them to make judgments on the issues of the time. In doing this, a Journalist must at all times strive to ensure that information disseminated is honestly, accurately and fairly conveyed. This can be achieved through Verification of facts, objectivity and balanced reporting. Certainly saharareporters has fallen below the acceptable level of journalistic practice. It is now time to separate the wheat from the chaff. What saharareporters engages in is the flipside of what robust journalism should be.

BAYELSA PUBLIC INFORMATION MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

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BAYELSA YOUTHS SHOULD EMBRACE EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMMES—-BayelsaPIMC.org

25 Apr

The Secretary to the Bayelsa Public Information Management, Comrade John Idumange has urged Bayelsa Youths to embrace the several youth empowerment programmes mounted by the Governor Seriake Dickson Administration. He disclosed this at the premises of State Universal Basic Education today at Okolobiri in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State. He said, research has shown that Bayelsa youths are some of the most adventurous and hardworking youths in Nigeria, adding that what needs to be done is a government that will formulate policies, plans and programmes to re-direct their focus. Now, Governor Henry Seriake Dickson has formulated such policies and programmes. Said he “the Youths of Bayelsa State cannot afford the luxury of not embracing these people-centred policies. For once, let us rise and embrace the policies, Idumange said!.

Ciomrade Idumange John – who is also SSA to Governor Henry Seriake Dickson on Research and Social media reeled some of the programmes which government has used uncommon courage to mount.

Government Free Education Policy designed to build a formidable stock of intermediate manpower, of Postgraduate Scholarships at home and abroad geared towards producing brain power to service the tertiary institutions in the State, the establishment of the Teachers’ Training Institute, the Bayelsa State College of Arts and Science and the College of Education.

In the area of skills acquisition and empowerment, the Secretary said, Bayelsa State has been transformed into a massive construction site and in the circumstances; our youths are a source of casual labour. He disclosed that government is intensifying efforts to resuscitate hitherto ailing industries such the Bayelsa Palm Limited; Bayelsa Sea Foods and Bayelsa Bayelsa Farms Limited. All these parastatals with be operated on PPP basis to generate income to boost the IGR of the State.

He reiterated that recently, government has sent youths to Songhai Farms in Porto Novo in the Republic of Benin to learn modern techniques of commercial farming. The dividends the programme will have on the very prolific rice cultivation are unimaginable. It is a total package that will endow our youths with skills and competences to manipulate economic processes.

Essentially too, Government established a separate Ministry of Tourism Development to encourage tourism development. Bayelsa State can achieve this through the active partnership with the Museum and Monuments Board whose duty it is to preserve historical and heritage sites as well as investors who are ready to put their money to promote tourism in the State.

The Ministry of Youth Development is also embarking on youth empowerment programmes while intermediate Manpower Training goes on in the Ministry of Science, Technology & Manpower Development. All these are windows of youth empowerment available in the State.

Recently too, more than 7, 600 repentant cultists were granted Amnesty, and within the limits of available resources, government evolve programmes that ultimately empower them through skills acquisition. The programme is to ensure that no one is left out in government’s avowed commitment to aggressively pursue human capital development. Needless to mention the proposed Maritime Academy; the Sports Academy and the proposed Film City whose foundation Governor Dickson laid only last week. Bayelsa Youths have never had it so good, remarked! Comrade Idumange and his media team were on a routine inspection of SUBEB projects in the State

COURTESY: BAYELSA PUBLIC INFORMATION MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

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GOV DICKSON COMMENDS NATIONAL ASSEMBLY ON PIB, WANTS IT TO ADDRESS NEEDS OF THE PEOPLE

19 Apr

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Bayelsa State Governor, Hon. Seriake Dickson has underscored the need for the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) to be structured to meet the expectations of the people of oil producing states by addressing their developmental challenges.

Governor Dickson made the call, on Friday in a live interview programme, Sunrise Daily on Channels Television.

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Responding to a question on his perspective on the bill, the Governor said it was imperative for the PIB to encourage investment and the problems of host communities given the challenges being experienced in the course of oil exploration and exploitation activities in oil-bearing states.

Referring to Oloibiri, the area in Bayelsa where crude oil was first struck in commercial quantities in 1956 as a metaphor of neglect, Governor Dickson said the development informed his administration’s decision to diversify the monolithic economy of the state.

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In his words, “For me as a Governor and a Nigerian from Bayelsa in the Niger Delta area, who feels the pains of producing the oil resources, PIB is a necessity. For example, Oloibiri that started oil production is now a metaphor of neglect. Oloibiri reminds you of the need to expand the base of our economy beyond oil and gas, and prepare our various states and entire country of life without oil which is what the new Bayelsa is talking about”

He however commended the National Assembly for its efforts on the PIB which has passed its second reading on the floor of the House, expressing the hope that stakeholders would work with them to ensure that the final draft meets the requirements of the country.

“The PIB has to be structured in such a way that will meet the expectations of these areas and the country as a whole. PIB should bring up a structure that will encourage investment and address the problems of oil-bearing communities.”

On the appropriate oil derivation principle for oil producing states, Governor Dickson advocated true fiscal federalism where the federating units would possess total ownership of resources produced in their areas and pay appropriate taxes to the central government.

“I will say that derivation itself within the context of a capitalist federal system is theoretically wrong and ideologically indefensible and that is why the PIB needs to talk about resource control because you cannot take away a people’s resources as the only element you nationalize while other factors of production are capitalized.

So a more consistent philosophy will be that you allow producing states and those who own resources to have title to it and then the federation retains the right to levy appropriate taxes.”

Also reacting to questions on the activities of the Nigerian Governors Forum and the PDP Governors’ Forum, Governor Dickson noted that the creation of the PDP Governors’ Forum was a party affair, which was long overdue.

Commenting on the emerging opposition party, All Progressive Congress (APC), the governor who said he was not averse to a formidable opposition, as it would strengthen the fledgling democracy in the country, however urged them not to heat up the polity unnecessarily but operate within the ambit of the law.

2013 AMAA HOSTING: BAYELSA REALISES N.8BN FROM FUNDRAISIN DINNER AMAA WILL FOSTER UNITY, DEVELOPMENT … FIRST LADY, GOV DICKSON

18 Apr

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L-right: Bayelsa State Governor, Hon. Seriake Dickson, the 1st Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, and the Wife of the Vice President, Hajiya Amina Sambo on their arrival to attend the AMAA 2013 Fund Raising Dinner at the Transcorp Hilton, Abuja

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Bayelsa State Governor, Hon. Seriake Dickson (right) and the Chairman of the AMAA 2013 Fund Raising Dinner, Alhaji Sayyu Dantata (left) at the Transcorp Hilton, Abuja

About N.8 billion was realized at the fund raising event for the hosting of the 2013 Africa Movie Academy Award, (AMAA) in Yenagoa, the Bayelsa State capital. This amount, which is expected to boost efforts of the organizers in ensuring a successful hosting of the annual award ceremony, is exclusive of the pledges of support made by some corporate organisations. Speaking at the event, which held at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja, wife of the President, Dame Patience Jonathan, urged filmmakers to tell stories that highlight the virtues of peaceful co-existence among Nigerians.

Dame Patience, who encouraged stakeholders in the movie industry not to be deterred by the challenges currently facing it, expressed the hope that with active private sector participation, the industry would be better placed to compete at the international market and enhance national development. While commending Governor Henry Seriake Dickson for his ingenuity in attracting the private sector in the sponsorship of AMAA, she called on the state government to build a Film City in Yenagoa to further underline the State’s commitment to encourage the film industry.

Corroborating the views of the First Lady, Governor Seriake Dickson said henceforth, AMAA would be a private sector-driven event as a marked departure from the past. According to the Governor, the new Bayelsa project cannot be realized without effective collaboration with the organized private sector which he noted is more enterprising and business oriented than government.

Hon. Dickson, who praised past administrations in the state for pioneering and sustaining the hosting of the event, posited that the Bayelsa State government is supporting AMAA to provide a veritable platform for the state to harness its numerous potentials. He also stressed the need for government at all levels to use the Arts as a tool for promoting national unity and development and assured that the proceeds of the fundraising would be put to judicious use. “The marked departure this year and going forward is that we want AMAA to be a private sector driven event because we believe that we cannot fully realize and bring about the Bayelsa of our dreams without encouraging and working with the private sector.

Our role as a government is clear which is to create the enabling environment and allow individual enterprise to thrive because it is the private sector that knows how to do business. In his remarks, Chairman of the occasion, Alhaji Sayyu Dantata also underscored the significance of the fund raising event, pointing out that supporting Bayelsa on the project would have a positive multiplier effects on the socio-economic fortunes of the country. Alhaji Dantata therefore called on all well meaning individuals and corporate organizations to donate generously to the project, which he described as a worthy cause.

In her welcome address, the Director General of the Bayelsa State Tourism Development Agency, Mrs Ebizi Brown, described AMAA as a platform for hunting and grooming new talents and appealed to corporate organizations to contribute their quota to the movie industry. Also speaking, the Chief Executive of AMAA, Peace Anyiam Osigwe, highlighted the supportive role Bayelsa has played over the years, noting that the story of the movie industry in the country cannot be told without the mention of Bayelsa State.

She pointed out that AMAA has trained over 200 youths in Africa in film making, stressing that Bayelsa deserved all the support it could get to maintain highly commendable level of success it has already attained. In their goodwill messages, Chairman of the Bayelsa Development and Investment Corporation, Ambassador Lawrence Ekpebu, Mr. Ben Murray Bruce and Chief Ndutimi Alaibe lauded Governor Dickson’s initiative on the funding of AMAA.

PUBLIC INFORMATION MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE HOLDS A SUCCESSFUL STAKEHOLDERS INTERACTIVE SESSION.

18 Apr

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Yesterday Wednesday 17th April, 2013, the Bayelsa Public Information Management Committee held its first stakeholders’ meeting with NGOs, CBOs and other prominent civil Society Organizations in the State. The interactive session, which was held at the IJAW HOUSE, Yenagoa witnessed the attendance of about 35 different CSOs. 

In his remarks, the Chairman of the Committee High Chief Boma Spero-Jack thanks all participants in spite of the short notice given them. He stressed that the Committee was inaugurated by His Excellency, Hon. Henry Seriake Dickson Governor of Bayelsa State, to fulfill a mandate. Thus the Terms of Reference of the Committee include, but not limited to:

1. To oversee the management of public information dissemination in Bayelsa State, through the articulation of appropriate policies and strategies and to work in synergy with all relevant agencies such as NOA, National Orientation Agency, such as NBA, NMA, NLC, NUJ, professional bodies, Women and Youth Groups and other non-state actors. 

2. To embark on sensitization of the citizens with a view to effecting attitudinal change in the youths through public enlightenment programmes on radio, television and town hall meetings among other community development training programmes.

3. To bridge the information gap between government and the people in order to reduce the spread of rumours, misinformation and propaganda disseminated by the mischief makers to distract the attention of government.

4. To evolve educational and behavior modification programmes designed to inculcate discipline positive work ethics and change among public servants, youths, women groups with a view to promoting the policies and programmes of the Restoration Government. 

5. To re-enforce existing channels of communication to ensure that public information is brought to the people accurately and in a timely manner.

6. To liaise with all agencies charged with information dissemination and to serve as a clearing house among all agencies of government to enhance information flow in the system and any other matters related thereto. 
It was for this reason that the Committee seeks the partnership and active collaboration of all stakeholders, professional bodies, civil society Organizations and CBOs, adding that every segment of society is important. The operations of the Committee are guided by openness, objectivity, truth and fairness. The Committee according to the Chairman will embark on enlightenment campaigns and adopt a bottom-up approach in information management. The Committee will also establish information centres in all the Local Government Headquarters and train champions in information management. In addition, the Committee will organize town hall meetings and other focused group discussions to ensure a healthy exchange of information, clear ambiguities and ensure a two-way flow of information between government and the people, adding that the Restoration Administration has reconfigured the architecture of delivering value and the entire concept of governance. 

The Chairman of the the State Chapter of the Civil Liberties Organization and Chairman of BANGOF Chief Nengi James Eriworio advocated the removal of the RUMOUR BILLBOARDS and concentrate on information management to ensure the smooth running of government. He praised the Dickson Administration for the strides taken so far in terms of infrastructural development but discourages the airing of some jingles, which are misleading. He commended the administration for setting up the Committee as a clearing House but decried the nonchalant attitude of some government officials who do not answer even phone calls let alone entertain their complaints. 
Other NGOs representatives reeled out complaints and made suggestions as follows:
1. That Government officials should make themselves available to the people
2. That project monitoring should be reinforced
3. That there should be periodic town hall meetings
4. That government should formulate programmes via the mass media to change the attitude of youths
5. That the monthly transparency briefing by government should be reinforced.
6. That the followership should be educated to understand the thrust of government via the mass media and phone-in programmes, among others. 
The amalgam of Civil Society made an irrevocable commitment to support the policies and programmes of the Restoration Government to deliver quality of life services to the people. The session ended with a pledge for the Committee and stakeholders to partner, collaborate and work together.

BAYELSA STATE LOCAL GOVERNMENT (AMENDMENT NO.6) LAW, 2012

16 Apr

GOVERNMENT OF BAYELSA STATE OF NIGERIA

BAYELSA STATE LOCAL GOVERNMENT (AMENDMENT NO.6) LAW, 2012

 

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

SECTIONS

  1. Amendment of Bayelsa State Local Government Law, 2000 as amended.
  2. Amendment of Section 46 of the principal law as amended
  3. Amendment of Section 46 of the principal law by inserting a new section 46B dealing with vacancy in the office of a member
  4. Amendment of Section 48 of the Principal Law as amended
  5. Short title and commencement

 

 

GOVERNMENT OF BAYELSA STATE OF NIGERIA

BAYELSA STATE LOCAL GOVERNMENT (AMENDMENT NO.6) LAW, 2012

A LAW to provide for the further amendment of the Bayelsa State Local Government Law, 2000 and other matters connected therewith.

Commencement          (                                                                       )

BE IT ENACTED by the House of Assembly of Bayelsa State of Nigeria and by the Authority of same as follows:

Amendment of Bayelsa State Local Government Law, 2000 as amended

 

1.

The Bayelsa State Local Government Law, 2000 (hereinafter called the Principal Law) is further amended as set out hereunder.

Amendment of section 46 of the principal law as amended

 

2.

Section 46 of the Principal Law as amended is hereby appealed and in its place a new section 46A and B is hereby provided as follows-

Imposition of the commission

 

‘46A

(1)             The Service Commission shall comprise-

(a)  A Chairman; and

 

(b) Seven other members

 

(2)             The members shall –

(a)  In the opinion of the Governor, be persons of unquestionable integrity; and

 

(b) Be nominated by the Government from each local Government Area of the State and such nomination shall be confirmed by a simple majority of the House of Assembly.

 

(3)             Any person appointed pursuant to subsection (2) of this section shall hold office for a period of four years from the date of his appointment and may be eligible for re-appointment for another term of four years.

 

(4)             There shall be a Secretary to the Commission who shall serve as Secretary and such a person shall be drawn or appointed by the Governor from the Local Government Service who shall at least be on Grade Level Sixteen.

 

Provided that where a person has been appointed from a Public Service of the Federation or a State he shall be entitled to return to the Public Service of the Federation or of the State.

 

(5)             There shall be paid to members of the Board and other committee such remuneration and allowance as are applicable to other Government Agencies and commission or as the Board may with the approval of the Governor determine.

 

Amendment of section 46 of the principal law by inserting a new section 46B dealing with vacancy in the office of a member.

3.

‘46B. The office of the Chairman or a member of the Board shall become vacant if-

(a)              He resigns his office by notice in writing and addressed to the Executive Governor of Bayelsa State.

 

(b)             He was removed from office by the Executive Governor of the State for reason of gross-misconduct or non-performance; or

 

(c)              He is incapable of performing the functions of his office by reason of disease or infirmity and has been so declared by a qualified medical practitioner’.

 

Amendment of Section 48 of the Principal Law as amended

4.

Section 48(3) of the Bayelsa State Local Government Law, 2000 as amended is hereby repealed and in its place a new subsection 3 is provided as follows-

 

48(3) The Allocation Committee shall comprise –

(a)  The Commissioner, Ministry of Local Government as Chairman

 

(b) Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Local Government

 

(c)  Special Adviser to the Governor on Local Government

 

(d) The Chairman of each Local Government Council in the State.

 

(e)  The Chairman, Local Government Service Commission.

 

(f)   Executive Secretary, SUBEB.

 

(g)  Representative of the Accountant General of the State.

 

(h) The treasurer of each Local Government Council in the State.

 

 

Short Title and Commencement

5.

This Law may be cited as the Local Government (Amendment No. 6) Law and shall come into force on the ……………… day of……………. 2012.

 


 

This printed impression has been carefully compared by me with the Bill which has passed the Bayelsa State House of Assembly and found by me to be a true and correctly printed copy of the said Bill.

 

 

…………………………………………….

Mr. AARON NICODEMUS TIMIYE

Clerk of the House

 

 

Assented the …………………………. day of …………………. 2012

 

 

 

…………………………………………………….

HON. HENRY SERIAKE DICKSON

Governor of Bayelsa State

BAYELSA STATE LOCAL GOVERNMENT (AMENDMENT NO.6) LAW, 2011

16 Apr

GOVERNMENT OF BAYELSA STATE OF NIGERIAImage

BAYELSA STATE LOCAL GOVERNMENT (AMENDMENT NO.5)

LAW, 2012

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

SECTIONS

  1. Amendment of the Local Government Law, 2000.
  2. Repeal of Amendment No. 1 Law, 2001
  3. Repeal of Section 1 of the Amendment No. 4 Law, 2003
  4. Amendment of Section 48 of the Principal Law by inserting a new subsection (a)
  5. Amendment of Section 48 by inserting a new subsection 5
  6. Amendment of Section 102 of the principal law
  7. Short title and commencement

 

 

GOVERNMENT OF BAYELSA STATE OF NIGERIA

BAYELSA STATE LOCAL GOVERNMENT (AMENDMENT NO.5) LAW, 2011

A LAW to provide for the further amendment of the Bayelsa State Local Government Law, 2000 and other matters connected therewith.

Commencement          (                                                                       )

BE IT ENACTED by the House of Assembly of Bayelsa State of Nigeria and by the Authority of same as follows:

Amendment of Bayelsa State Local Government Law, 2000

 

1.

The Bayelsa State Local Government Law, 2000 (hereinafter called the Principal Law) is hereby amended as set out in the following provisions.

Repeal of Amendment No.1 Law, 2001

 

2.

The Bayelsa State Local Government Amendment No. 1 Law, 2001 is hereby repealed.

 

 

Repeal of Section 1 of the Amendment No. 4. Law, 2003

3.

Section 1 of the Amendment (No.4) Law,  2003 is hereby repealed.

 

 

 

Amendment of section 48(4) of the principal law by inserting a new subsection (a).

 

 

 

Director of Administration and General Services

4.

Section 48 subsection 4 of part vi of the Principal Law is hereby amended by deleting the words “the Secretary; and” in subsection 4(a) and substitute in its place a new subsection 4(a) as set out below-

 

 

(a)  “The Director of Administration and General Services; and”

 

 

 

Amendment of Section 48 by inserting a new subsection 5

 

 

5.

Section 48 of the Principal Law is amended by inserting a new subsection 5 as set out below –

 

 

Head of Local Government Administration to sign payment schedules (Article 2:1 Page 1 of the approved scheme of service for Local Government Employees in Nigeria. (2006)

 

48(5) The Head of Local Government Administration as accounting officers to local Government as stipulated in the approved scheme of service for Local Government employees in Nigeria shall be co-signatory to all payment schedules.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amendment of Section 102 of the Principal Law, 2000

6.

Section 102 of the Bayelsa State Local Government Law, 2000 is hereby amended by inserting a proviso thereto as follows:

 

            ‘PROVIDED however that this Law shall not apply to the Local Government Area (Creation and Transitional provisions) Law,   1999, until the National Assembly effects the required             amendments to the Constitution of the Federal Republic of             Nigeria, 1999’

Short Title and Commencement

5.

This Law may be cited as the Local Government (Amendment No. 5) Law and shall come into force on the ……………… day of……………. 2012.

 


 

This printed impression has been carefully compared by me with the Bill which has passed the Bayelsa State House of Assembly and found by me to be a true and correctly printed copy of the said Bill.

 

 

…………………………………………….

Mr. AARON NICODEMUS TIMIYE

Clerk of the House

 

 

Assented the …………………………. day of …………………. 2012

 

 

 

…………………………………………………….

HON. HENRY SERIAKE DICKSON

Governor of Bayelsa State

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