In its bid to ensure a wider range of participation of Nigerians and other critical stakeholders in the process of altering the constitution of the federal republic of Nigeria, the house of representatives committee on the review of the 1999 constitution has announced that it will begin a two-day public hearing from the 1st to the 2nd of June at the Marriot Hotel Ikeja Lagos.
According to the announcement the governors of the following states Lagos, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, Ogun, Prince Dapo Abiodun, Oyo, Seyi Makinde, as well as all the members of the house of assemblies, representatives of the judiciary from Lagos, Oyo and Ogun states.
Also expected at the venue of the ongoing 1999 constitution review in Lagos are representatives of the traditional institutions, the civil society organizations, political parties, Nigerian Union of Journalist -NUJ, Nigeria Labour congress -NLC, ethnic nationalities in the three states and other critical stakeholders.
The deputy chief whip of the house of representative Barrister Nkiruka Onyejeocha will lead seven other members of the committee to the event.
The Public announcement was signed by the deputy speaker of the house of representative honorable Ahmed Idris Wase and is billed to start by 10:00am.