The National Assembly has sent a 20-point agenda to the executive arm of government as its contribution to the resolution of the current economic recession, according to Senate President Bukola Saraki.
He told State House correspondents at the end of the 56th Independence Anniversary at the Presidential Villa, Abuja yesterday that, the National Assembly has already started implementing four of the resolutions concerning it.
He said: “Already, as you have seen, we have sat down to address the important issue which is the economy. We have come out with about 20 points to the executive that we think they should do.
“We also have about four for ourselves. And we have started doing it already. The last session, we started addressing some of these issues that we are sure will make us come out of this recession in a short while.
“We will start preparing for 2017 budget to ensure that there will be release of funds that would be spent to do that.”