The Kwara State Law Makers has passed an amendment bill stopping the payment of pension to former governors, deputy governors and other related holding political offices after their tenure in office in the state.
The passage of the bill comes after a consideration of the report of the House Committee on Establishment and Public Service at the Committee of the Whole House sitting in Ilorin, the state capital.
The motion for the passage of the bill was moved by the Deputy House Leader, Segilola Abdulkadir and it was unanimously adopted by members.
The Deputy Speaker, Matthew Okedare, who presided over the plenary, directed the Clerk of the House, Mohammed Katsina, to prepare clean copy of the bill for governor’s assent.
The bill, which was forwarded to the House by the state governor, AbdulFatah Ahmed, sought to review the existing law where payment of pension for former governors and deputy governors after their tenures would be suspended.