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World over, the primary aims of elected Legislators is to make laws that will provide adequate legal framework for effective governance and by extension, better the lots of the people.

In pursuance of this, the Honorable Member Representing Ankpa, Omala and Olamaboro Federal Constituency at the House of Representatives and Chairman of the House Committee on Steel Development, Rep. Abdullahi Ibrahim Halims between 2019 to date sponsored the following private member bills at the 9th House of Representatives of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

~Nigerian Constitution Studies (Inclusion in Schools Curriculum) Bill, 2019

~Security and Intelligence (Compulsory Inclusion in Secondary Schools Syllabus) Bill, 2019

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~National Youth Service Corps Act (Amendment) Bill, 2019

~National Council for Elderly Persons (Establishment) Bill, 2019

~A Bill for a Law to Provide the Legal Framework for the Establishment of a Federal Medical Centre, Ankpa and other matters connected therewith 2020

~National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies Act (Amendment) Bill, 2021

~Public Analysts of Nigeria Act (Amendment) Bill, 2021

~Personnel Management of Nigeria Act (Amendment) Bill, 2021

~Federal University Teaching Hospital, Lokoja (Est) Bill, 2021

The significance of these bills to our national development and citizens’ welfare can not be overemphasized and interestingly, the one with most direct impact on the people of Ankpa, Omala and Olamaboro Federal which is the Federal Medical Centre Ankpa has passed through public hearing and currently awaiting passage to become a law.

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The bills revolved education, health, security, and social services is in line with the mandate of the federal lawmaker’s four years stewardship achieved two years in office.

When given another opportunity, his determination is to continue to do more beyond 2023 when reelected.

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