Nigerian Social Workers Appeal To NASS, Buhari Over Passage Of Council Bill

                          

The Nigeria Association of Social Workers (NASoW), the umbrella body of Social Workers across the country has appealed to the National Assembly to send back the “The Nigerian Council for Social Work Establishment Bill 2017” to President Muhammad Buhari for assent.

NASoW National President, Alhaji Mashood Mustapha made this appeal in his message during the celebration of the International Social Work Day, with the theme, “Promoting Importance of Human Relationships” held across the country last Tuesday.

Mustapha in a statement made available to journalists on Wednesday in Ibadan, the Oyo state capital by the National Public Relations Officer (PRO), of the association, Mr. Musliudeen Adebayo, appealed to members of the National Assembly to “please send back the Nigerian Council For Social Work Bill to President Muhammad Buhari for his assent since the needful has been done”.

He insisted that “the bill when assented to, would promote competence and integrity in social work practice in the country”.

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