House of Representatives has rejected the Police Reform Bill, already passed by the Senate.
The Bill seeks to amend the Police Act of 2004.
Members of the House, during debate on the Bill, objected to its provisions on the appointment of the Inspector General of Police.
They also reject the Senate Version of the Bill which reduces the number of Assistant Inspector of Police from seven to one.
The Speaker, Yakubu Dogara, stopped the passage of the Bill for third reading after its rejection by members through a voice vote.
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