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2 Years Scorecard In The National Assembly: See The Impressive Motions And Bills By Prof Julius Ihonvbere



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2 Years Scorecard In The National Assembly: See The Impressive Motions And Bills By Prof Julius Ihonvbere




1. Motion on the Need for the intervention in Edo State House of Assembly Crisis moves on behalf of all Edo APC HoR Members.

2. Motion on the Need to revamp the Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria (CRIN), Uhonmora Substation Edo State.

3. Motion on the need to investigate the Alleged Negligence by the Federal Ministries of Justice and Petroleum Resources in the Handling of the Transaction between the Federal Government and the Process and Industrial Department (P&ID) Limited.

4. Motion on the Need to complete the Abandoned Sabo- Sobe Road in Owan West Local Government Area of Edo State.

5. Motion on the Urgent Need to Investigate the N1.343 Trillion Unremitted Revenue by the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) (co-sponsored with Hon. Ossai Nicholas Ossai).

6. A Bill for an Act to Establish the Federal University of Sports, Afuze, Edo State. HB 628.

7. Call on the Federal Government to Appoint Thirty-seven Commissioners into the Federal Character Commission (FCC) to Aid Effective Delivery of its Mandate; raised under matters of urgent public importance by Hon Unyime Idem and ably seconded by Hon Julius Ihonvbere.

8. Urgent Need to Intervene in the Continuous Disconnection of Electric Power Supply to some Communities in Owan East Government Area, Edo, State.

9. Urgent Need to Investigate Federal Government Abandoned Properties Across the Federation.

10. Motion on the Full implementation of the Contributory Pension Scheme by the Three Tiers if Government and the private sector. Co-sponsored by are Banjamin Okezie Kalu, Rep. Saidu Mohammed Mustapha and Rep. Abubakar Yahaya Kusada.

11. A bill for an Act to amend the Compulsory Free Universal Basic Education Act, CAP C52 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004 to include Senior Secondary Education as part of Basic Education in Nigeria and for other related Matters, 2020.

12. A motion on Reviewing Earth Dam across the Country

13. A motion on the Urgent Need to halt Federal Government’s withdrawal from West African School Examination and other common Entrance Examination and to provide enabling environment for students to write their Examination in accordance with NCDC Guidelines.

14. Motion on the need to investigate Nigeria’s Tertiary Institution Acceptance Fee

15. Motion on the urgent need to beef up Security in Owan Federal Constituency to mitigate the increase on Kidnappings in the locality.

16. Motion on the Urgent need to increase Security in our Schools. Co-sponsored by Rep. Benjamin B. Mzondu.


1. A bill for an act to repeal Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria, act cap L5 2004 and re-enact the Teachers Registration and Regulation Commission of Nigeria as a body corporate to promote, register, regulate and standardize the teaching profession in Nigeria and for related matters 2020.

2. Motion on the urgent need to dualize the Abuja/Lokoja/Okenne/Okpella/Ekpoma road in order to forestall the unnecessary loss of lives on that axis.

3. A bill for an act to amend the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (Establishment) act, 2004, laws of the Federation 2004 to make it compulsory for (that) the chairman to (must) be a serving or retired EFCC law enforcement officer not below the rank of a deputy detective commander or its equivalent in a relevant government security or law enforcement agency in Nigeria, and for other related matters.

4. An act to provide for the establishment of the Federal College of Nursing and Midwifery Sobe, Edo State and for related Matters.

5. A bill for an act to amend the West African Examination Council Act, CAP. W4, laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004; and for related matters.

6. A bill for an Act to amend the National Business and technical Examinations Board (Establishment, ETC) Act CAP. N12 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004, to improve the scope of the board to undertake business and technical examinations in addition to general education Examinations in line with contemporary needs,as well as provide the general purposes of the results, certificates and award issues by the board; and for Related Matters.


~ Amongst the Motions and Bills spoken in support/aganst are;

1. Motion on the call to reinforce security along Benin – Okada Road to stem the rise of Kidnappings and Robberies.

2. A Bill for an Act to Provide for the Establishment of National Commission against the Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons to Coordinate and Implement Activities to Combat the problem of the Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons in Nigeria in line with the Economic Community of West African States Convention on Small Arms and Light Weapons; and for Related Matters.

3. Motion on the Need for the Federal Government to intervene in the incessant Xenophobic Attacks on Nigerian Citizen living in the Republic of South Africa and other parts of the world; (A matter of urgent public importance that borders on the lives and property of Nigerians resident abroad.)

4. Motion on the Need to Bail out Ailing Industries to absorb the Teaming Unemployed Graduates and create wealth for the country.

5. Motion on the Recent Outbreak of Lassa Fever in Benue State.

6. Motion on the Need to take active part in the marking of the Independence Day celebration.

7. Contribution to the Debate on the 2020 Budget presented before the National Assembly by Mr President on the 10th October, 2019- my main points were on the need for effective implementation, checking waste and duplication of projects and using the budget to empower and change the lives of women in Nigeria.

8. A bill to Establish Civil Societies Regulatory Commission.

9. Motion on the impending strike by Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

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