Review of Major Legislative Engagements of Rep. Dachung Bagos, 23 Bills to his Credit

Following his election by the good people of Jos South/Jos East Federal Constituency on 23rd February, 2019 to represent them at the National Assembly, Rep. Dachung Musa Bagos hit the ground running and started on a good footing defying the “first timer” mindset through robust legislation and other engagements that have brought relief and succour to many with and without his Constituency.

Rep. Dachung Bagos who has prepared himself has to his credit 23 Bills which he has sponsored so far at the green chamber. A feat many have commended and described his legislative prowess is uncommon.

He has also engaged the people in his Constituency to have reliable knowledge and understanding of their problems to ensure optimal representation of same.

Rep. Dachung Bagos has also rolled out scholarship to students in his Constituency in less than one Month after the inauguration of the 9th National Assembly to alleviate the challenges they face in School.

As if that wasn’t good enough and knowing the importance and immense contribution of Agriculture to the Gross Domestic Product, he distributed 600 bags of fertilizer to the farmers in his constituency to boost productivity, yield and food sufficiency to address the acute food shortage that has been confronting the people owing to lack of funds to get the farm input.

In line with his “equipping the next generation” mantra, Rep. Bagos said he is committed to changing the negative narratives obtainable in the society through strategic capacity building avenues to reduce poverty and make the youths and women self sufficient in order for them to become useful to themselves and society at large.

He said “equipping the next generation” is not a mere slogan but a strategic agenda towards lifting and developing the youths via strategic empowerment programmes and policies he will be giving attention to.

Rep. Bagos has also influenced the construction of 4 Kilometre Road in Gyel, Jos South LGA.

Bills with topmost priority are Bill for the Establishment of University of Agriculture Vom Jos South LGA and Federal Polytechnic Zandi Jos East LGA which he believes will bring great dividends to the people in terms of employment generation and training of manpower in the Country if passed into law.

Below are the Bills he has sponsored so far since inauguration.

PRESENTED BILLS, MOTIONS AND POLICIES CHAMPIONED

Hon. Dachung Musa Bagos

BILLS
Thursday 11th July, 2019

  1. National Universities Commission Act (Repeal and Enactment) Bill, 2019 (HB.81);
  2. Fire and Rescue Service Bill, 2019 (HB.83);
  3. Nigeria Educational Research and Development Council Act (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (HB.84);
  4. Nigerian Minerals and Mining Bill, 2019 (HB.87);
    Institute of Mortgage
  5. Brokers and Lenders (Establishment) Bill, 2019 (HB.88);
    Wednesday 17th July, 2019
  6. National Biotechnology Development Agency (Establishment) Bill, 2019 (HB.163);
  7. Tertiary Education Trust Fund Act (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (HB.164);
  8. Civil Aviation Act (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (HB.165);
  9. Nigerian Railway Corporation Act (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (HB.166);
  10. Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria Act (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (HB.167);
  11. National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control Act (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (HB.168);
    Thursday 18th July, 2019
  12. Federal Polytechnic, Zandi, Plateau State (Establishment) Bill, 2019 (HB.184);
  13. Federal University of Agriculture, Vom, Plateau State (Establishment) Bill, 2019 (HB.185);
  14. Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund Act (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (HB.198);
  15. Nigerian Ports Authority Act (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (HB.199);
  16. Nigerian Postal Service Act (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (HB.200);
  17. Immigration Act (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (HB.201);
    Tuesday 23rd July, 2019
  18. Federal Road Safety Commission Act (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (HB.232);
  19. Reversion of Forfeited Assets (Regulation) Bill, 2019 (HB.233);
  20. National Broadcasting Commission Act (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (HB. 234);
  21. Education (National Minimum Standards and Establishment of Institutions) Act (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (HB.235);
  22. University of Jos Act (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (HB.236);
    Wednesday 24th July, 2019
  23. Federal College of Land Resources Technology Kuru, (Establishment) Bill, 2019 (HB.286);

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Review of Major Legislative Engagements of Rep. Dachung Bagos, 23 Bills to his Credit

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