Constitutional Roles

The Constitution has vested in the House of Representatives the power to make laws for the peace, order and good governance of the Federation. 
The House of Representatives also has broad oversight functions and is therefore empowered to establish committees of its members to scrutinize bills and the conduct of government institutions and officials.
The House of Representatives is also empowered by the Constitution to legislate on Exclusive, Concurrent and Residual lists.

Our Contacts

Clerk, National Assembly
Room 1, New Senate Wing