Governor Of Borno Signs Child Rights Protection, VAPP Bill Into Law
The Governor of Borno State, Babagana Zulum on Monday signed the state Child Rights Protection Prohibition Bill into law. Information Guide Nigeria
Speaking at the ceremony in Government House, Maiduguri, Zulum said that the laws were domesticated with the needed amendment to tally with culture, norms, and tradition of the people of the state. THE NATION reports.
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He added that the laws were very imperative and that was why his tenure sent them as Executive Bills to the State House of Assembly for domestication.
Mr Kaka-Sanda Lawan, the Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice said the laws particularly the Child Rights Protection law would help protect the rights of children to education and parental care. jamb results