These are what FEC will discuss,Wednesday, Sept 19

The Federal executive council will discuss various memos to be presented by some ministers.

The Federal Executive Council, FEC, will on Wednesday, discuss a memo to be presented by the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Mohammed Adoke, for a Bill to repeal the terrorism (prevention) Act 2011.

The repeal of the 2011 Act would pave the way for the enactment of the terrorism (prevention) Act 2012.

The Minister of Education, Ruqayyatu Rufa’I, is also expected to present another memo on the resolution reached last December in respect of the crisis between the Federal Government and members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU.

Also, the Minister for Lands, Housing and urban Development, Ama Pepple, would present a memo for to be approved by President Goodluck Jonathan for the variation of the contract of the construction of the Federal Secretariat Complex, Yenegoa, Bayelsa state.

Minister of Trade and Investment, Segun Aganga, would present a memo seeking to establish the Nigerian Sugar Master Plan, NSMP, a road map self-sufficiency in sugar production in the country; while the Minister of Communications, Labaran Maku, would present a note on the country’s participation in the Pan Africa Postal Plenipotentiary Conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, last July.

Members of the FEC would also discuss the memo by Minister of Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Bala Muhammed, on accelerated area councils and sectional titles reissuance scheme.


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