Thursday, 27 July 2017

Reps Vote NO To Remove NYSC From Constitution

Reps Vote NO To Remove NYSC From Constitution

House of Reps Speaker

The House of Reps have voted to reject the amendment to remove the one year National Youth Service Scheme (NYSC) from the Constitution of the Federal Republic.

This is an about turn from the Yes vote, the Senate gave to the amendment proposal yesterday. Read about that here.

The decision to reject the amendment was contained in an emailed statement, sent to The Herald by Turaki Hassan (@Turakies), the Special Adviser to the Speaker Yakubu Dogara, on Media & Public Affairs.

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No further information was given by the Speaker’s aide on the vote, and a request for further information was not responded to as at press time.

It is interesting to note that whilst the Senate provided a breakdown of the Yes and No votes from their own amendment voting session, the House of Reps simply said the amendment motion was Rejected, as if it were not even put to a vote at all.

The Senate had voted almost unanimously to remove the NYSC from the constitution.

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