Government of Ekiti State

A Law To Amend The Ekiti State House Of Assembly Service Commission Law No.4 Of 2003

October 19, 2012

 

A LAW TO AMEND THE EKITI STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY SERVICE COMMISSION LAW NO. 4 OF 2003 AND OTHER MATTERS INCIDENTAL THERETO OR CONNECTED THEREWITH

 

NO. 19 of 2011

 

EKITI STATE OF NIGERIA

 

Enacted by the House of Assembly Ekiti State                                                   Enactment

as follows:

 

1.        This law may be cited as Ekiti State House of Assembly                          Citation

Service Commission (Amendment) Law 2011

 

2.        The law shall come into force on the day it is signed                  Commencement

 

3.        The Ekiti State House of Assembly Service Commission               Amendment of

Law 2003 (hereinafter in this Law referred to as “the                 Principal Law

Principal Law”)  is hereby amended as provided in this bill

 

4.        Section 8 (b) of the principal law is hereby amended by             Amendment of

deleting the word “Deputy Clerk” to the House of Assembly     Section 8(b) of

and inserting “three Deputy Clerks” to the House of Assembly    the Principal

            namely:                                                                                                              Law

 

(i)        Deputy Clerk           –           Legislative Matters

(ii)       Deputy Clerk           –           Administration

(iii)      Deputy Clerk           –           Legal Matters

 

5.        Section 8 (c) of the Principal Law is hereby amended by           Amendment of

deleting “Assistant Clerk” and inserting “Clerks at                        Section 8 (c) of

table/ Legislative Officer”                                                                the Principal Law

 

6.        Section 9 Subsection 1(a) is hereby amended by                        Amendment of

substituting the existing section thereof with the following                     Section 9

new subsections:-  Section 9 subsection 1(a): the Clerk

of the House shall be appointed by the Commission

from among the Deputy Clerks with Legislative

background subject to the Confirmation of two-thirds

(2/3) Majority of members of the House.

Subsection 1(b):  The Clerk shall enjoy the status of

Head of Service in terms of personal emolument, pension

and other benefits.

A Law To Amend The Ekiti State House Of Assembly Service Commission Law No.4 Of 2003 And Other Matters Incidental Thereto Or Connected Therewith

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