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Monday, 16 August 2021

Osun 7th Assembly Last Week in Review: Focus on Hon. Lateef Jayeola Adebisi Representing Ila State Constituency

 



Before the vent overtakes the just concluded week there's every reason to dispassionately x-rayed and critically examined the activities of the Lawmaker Representing Ila State Constituency Honourable Lateef Jayeola Adebisi.


For the sake of emphasis and history, the Member Representing Ila State Constituency Honourable Lateef Jayeola Adebisi has been doing prettily and immensely well in contributing and consolidating to his Statutory Mandate in the State of Osun House of Assembly.


At the plenaries held in the just concluded week, no doubt it was harvest sittings for Members of the Legislative Arm of Government as the Sacred Chambers breaks the records of the previous Assembly in the area of passing Five living Bills in the week, a  feat which has immensely shown and still showing the strength and capacity of the State House of Assembly under the leadership of a Four-Star General in the House of Assembly Rt. Hon. Timothy Owoeye.


The curiosity of the writer of this piece can not afford to let go of the efforts of the Honourable Representing Ila State Constituency Honourable Lateef Jayeola Adebisi without evaluating and appraising his contributions towards the seamless passage of the following listed bills.


One of the top-notch bills is "Osun State Animal Grazing Regulation and Cattle Ranches Establishment Bill 2021", which is aimed at addressing the mirage of age-long challenging cum burning and pressing matter around open grazing, a bill which Hon. Jayeola got fascinated and has his imprint on the said bill.


Hon. Lateef Jayeola Adebisi, who had during the "Policy Trust and Committee of Whole" in line with the norms and standing rules of the House looked beyond the individual and party interest by employing parliamentarian and command language to canvass and convince his respected and Noble colleagues for the timely passage of the bill can not be underestimated.


Unarguably the erudite and eloquent Lawmaker who knows his onions legislative-wise had a rewarding and historic legislation week on the floor of the House. What a busy weekdays like no other!!!


Osun State Legislative Funds Management bill 2021, which is designing for the  Autonomy for the Legislative Arm of Government was equally assed into law similarly had the verdict and lofty contributions of the Ila-orangutan born Legislator.


Another living and Long over a due bill which before sailing through the hurdles of passage had sufficiently and abundantly deliberated upon by honorable Jayeola is Osun State Judiciary Funds Management Bill 2021. This is a bill that would empower the Judiciary Arm of Government to operate without fear or favor in the dispensation of Justice.


Osun State Private Veterinary Ambulatory    Private Veterinary Premises and Ambulatory Practice (Regulatory) Bill 2021 to prevent unregistered and quacks veterinary doctors from practicing as well as improve the state’s Internally Generated Revenue, IGR is another star bill in the concluded week, this bill is now awaiting the ascent's of Mr. Governor, equally enjoyed the overwhelmed and robust participation of Honourable Lateef Jayeola Adebisi who at every plenary even at the committee levels always ensure that the voice of the inhabitants and dwellers of his Constituency are heard.


Legislative speaking, Member Representing Ila State Constituency who doubles as the Chairman House Committee of Commerce Industry and Cooperative Honourable Jayeola also unbiasedly lending his voice into the timely passage of Osun State Violence Against Persons ( Prohibition) bill 2021. A bill was passed to mitigate and avert any sexual molestation, assault, harmful practices, and other forms related to violence against persons.


The "Ila Constituents Decides" tailored towards the continuation of Governor Adegboyega Oyetola beyond 2022 in office must be strictly adhered to and of course, a project for  All and Sundry to gets involved forthwith.

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