Anambra Assembly passes bill prohibiting touting

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The Anambra State House of Assembly has passed a bill prohibiting touting and related activities in all sectors of the state.
The bill was presented to the House by the Majority leader and member representing Ekwusigo constituency, Ikenna Ofodeme.
The proposed legislation which went through thorough scrutiny by the Committee of the whole, was passed following a motion by the Majority Leader, Ikenna Ofodeme, for its third reading.
The motion was seconded by the Minority Leader, and a member representing Nnewi South Constituency 1, Johnbosco Akaegbobi.


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