A member of the House of Assembly of a State is a representative of his constituency at the state level. Members of the House are empowered by law to make legislations on behalf of their constituencies for the state.
A House of Assembly of a State shall consist of three or four times the number of seats which that State has in the House of Representatives divided in a way to reflect, as far as possible nearly equal population. It shall consist of not less than twenty-four and not more than forty members. A Speaker and a Deputy Speaker of a House of Assembly lead the house and are elected by the members of the House from among themselves.
A person shall be qualified for election as a member of the House of Representatives if;
The members of the House of Representatives of a State shall hold office for a period of four years commencing from the date of the first sitting of the House.
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