From Ndubuisi Orji, Abuja

The Deputy Spokesman of the House of Representatives, Philip Agbese, has lauded President Bola Tinubu for his prompt assent to bills passed by the National Assembly.

Agbese, in an interview with journalists, on the sideline of the joint session of the National Assembly, on Wednesday, said quick assent to bills by President Tinubu shows a commitment to the welfare of the people.

The lawmaker also lauded the speaker, Tajudeen Abbas, for his outstanding leadership and dedication to democratic governance.

According to him, “President Tinubu’s approach to legislative matters has fostered a collaborative environment, encouraging open dialogue and constructive engagement between the executive and legislative arms of government.

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“This synergy has yielded significant benefits, including the swift passage and signing of crucial bills that address pressing national issues.

“The signing of the National Anthem and Student Loan Bills into law, which took less than 48 hours, is a testament to President Tinubu’s willingness to engage with the legislature and drive meaningful change.

“I’m particularly thrilled with the return to our old national anthem as a major step towards the country’s return to glory days. This was an era of prosperity; when the economy worked, infrastructure was in top shape, agriculture was still the in thing and our educational system was among the best.

“This anthem, with its familiar lyrics and stirring melody, evokes a sense of nostalgia and patriotism in the hearts of many Nigerians. It reminds us of our history, our struggles, and our triumphs. Its return is a welcome move that resonates with citizens from all walks of life.”

Agbese added that “under Speaker Abbas’ guidance, our parliament has witnessed unprecedented growth, productivity, and unity. His unwavering commitment to democracy, inclusivity, and progress has inspired us all to work towards a common goal: a better Nigeria for all citizens.”

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