Story, story… story

Once upon a time… time, time

Seriously, no beefs. In fact, I am personally thrilled that our government officials know they ought to do something and are trying to do something. That’s commendable.

My dear friends, all we are saying is, don’t give us money or food or okada or fish or chicken. Give us #90Bill that allows us Produce Quality Responsibly and hold each other accountable. You think we’re not resourceful? Are they saying you and I have no hands or brains to think for ourselves? Are they saying Nigerians always take quality or rubbish with smile? Are you also agreeing to “better” or “iranu”?

Tell your neighbour PQR or #90Bill, you’ll see that they understand now…

Starting with key terms and concepts for the good of all…

Legislative includes lawgivers, governing bodies and people who deliberate and see to the enactment of laws governing a nation. While government is defined as by the people, of the people and of the people.
Historically, bills are usually passed for consideration or deliberation with careful consideration of the need of the people and useful as vehicles for promoting social justice and economic development.

A Bill, to start with, is a type of legislative document. A bill is a proposed legislation under consideration by a legislative and only becomes law once passed by the legislature. The end result of a bill enacted into law is known as Act or Statute
Bills finally are hoped to become acts which explains why it is usually publicised and promoted for people who will be practising the act to understand its rudiment.


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By Wonuola Olawale

Its all about human sustainability and energy.
Meet WonuOla.OlaWale. She is a social energy entrepreneur. She loves God and his people. She blogs to help "idea" young minds i.e. inspire.develop.employ.activate. She was the Business Intelligence Director/Initiator, now Board Chairperson of her own company, Sixters Energy. She also worked as a Project Manager for RootHub, a fast growing entrepreneurial hub community while she served as a Research Personnel with the University of Uyo in service to her country Nigeria. She has had several international experiences including working with Chevron, interfacing with Shell, and worked on international energy projects across the globe including CCS- carbon capture and sequestration in the United Kingdom, Flow Assurance in China and Enhanced Oil Recovery projects in the United States. She enjoys reading, smiling and meeting people. She's an advocate of gender equity and not equality. An avid supporter of non-stereotypes and a lifestyle of excellence. She is who you want to talk to in developing lasting solutions in the field of energy and human sustainability.

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