Public Hearing On Non-Oil & Gas And Oil & Gas Bills Scheduled for Thursday.

The House Committee on Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring, under the Chairmanship of Rep. Hon. Boma Goodhead, has announced a Public Hearing on the Non-Oil & Gas and Oil & Gas Bills.

This is contained in a Notice of Public Hearing on Non-Oil & Gas and Oil & Gas Bills by the House Committee on Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring, signed by the House Spokesman / Chairman, House Committee on Media and Public Affairs, Rep. Akin Rotimi Jr.

According to the statement, the event is scheduled to take place on Thursday, April 18, 2024, at the Conference Room 034, Zero Floor, House of Representatives New Wing Extension, National Assembly Complex, Abuja, at 12 noon.

The statement said “the information was provided by the Clerk of the House Committee on Local Content, Mrs. Kehinde Olaiya, on Friday, who emphasised the importance of these Bills in promoting local content development in Nigeria’s non-oil & gas and oil & gas sectors”.

“…Rep. Boma Goodhead therefore invited members of the public, industry stakeholders, and interested parties to contribute to the Bills during the Public Hearing” the statement added.

She stated that the public hearing is a crucial step in their legislative process, and expressed the commitment of the House to ensuring that the voices of all stakeholders are heard.

“Your input will help shape legislation that promotes local content and drives economic growth in our country.

“The inclusive approach is in line with the 10th Assembly of the House of Representatives’ commitment to transparency and accountability in legislative processes.

“The Public Hearing presents an opportunity for stakeholders to provide valuable insights and recommendations that will shape the future of local content development in Nigeria’s key sectors”it added.

The statement said the House Committee on Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring looked forward to robust engagement and meaningful contributions from all stakeholders.

NIM

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