The National Assembly is transmitting the re-amendment of the 1999 Constitution to the State Houses of Assembly for consideration at the end of this month.
The Deputy Speaker House of Representatives, Ahmed Wase, who is the Co-Chairman Adhoc Committee on Constitutional Amendment, made this known during a retreat of the joint committee to harmonize the document.
Alhaji Wase expressed the determination of the National Assembly to review the Nation’s Constitution to meet the current realities.
Also speaking, the Co-Chairman of the Committee, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege said apart from overhauling the Constitution, the amendment will assist in giving Nigerians the best.
Mr. Omo-Agege also explained that the amendments would be concluded as scheduled.
The retreat is to consider the report of the two Adhoc Committees, clause-by-clause, and to harmonize the differences.
Among the area being amended were local government autonomy, special seats for women in the parliament, independence of the judiciary, citizenship of Nigeria among others.