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The Speaker of the Federal House of Representative, Honourable Femi Gbajabiamila of the ruling All Progressive Congress(APC), has come under heavy criticism after it was discovered that the controversy compulsory Health Bill was copied directly from the 1977 “Infectious Disease Act” of Singapore.

98% of the Speaker, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, Infectious diseases bill “drafted’ and presented to the Nigerian House of Representatives by the Speaker of the House Femi Gbajabiamila was copied directly from the 1977 “Infectious Disease Act” of Singapore?

They just removed Singapore and added Nigeria and the name of the new “author”.
This is coming few months after I alerted Nigerians that the anti-social media bill presented to the Senate by Senator Sani Musa was equally plagiarized from Singapore.

This copy and paste system of government by a set of people that continue to receive the highest in the world is a national disgrace.

We continue to attach 20 police officers to protect one person and they boast of paying several legislative aides and other assistants.

If this is the best they can offer Nigerians at this critical period of our national life, then we need an urgent rethink.

Sincerely,
Frederick Omoyoma Odorige.
GCSDN.

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