Kutigi’s peace moves succeed as ‎National Conference ends‎ without rancour

National Conference in plenary

The conference adopted its resolutions.

The National Conference, which began on March 17, came to an end on Thursday morning.

The series of meetings the Confab chairman, Idris Kutigi, held with zonal leaders on Wednesday paid off as the delegates agreed on a position on the controversial draft constitution.

The confab ended with a minor amendment to the third volume of the confab report by replacing the draft constitution to read “Resolutions of the conference as draft amendments to 1999 constitution.”

The amendments to the third volume was moved by Maina Waziri.

Richard Akinjide moved the motion for the adoption of the confab report. The motion was seconded by ‎Yadomah Mandara.

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  • I Hate Sycophant Truly

    My problem now is implementation and how those statements will enter the constitution and become law. That is a big mountain to climb. Friends, I heard that they go home every day with 120,000naira (from face off programme at Channels TV last night). The Comfab is a drain-pipe to the nation treasury. Who among them would come out to tell me, they are doing selfless service to the nation?

    • martins busuyi awoniyi

      Tunde Bakare