In a similar development, Senate President Bukola Saraki has pledged to collaborate with the United Kingdom towards deepening the Nigeria’s democracy and strengthening the ties that exists between both countries.
Dogara said the establishment of the media outfits in the parliament would enable Nigerians to assess and access activities of their elected representatives as the stations when established will transmit proceedings live from the two chambers.
The Speaker according to statement by his spokesman, Turaki Hassan, said the media stations were in line with the legislative agenda of the House and its commitment to encourage citizen participation in governance.
Dogara who said these when he received members of the International Development Committee of United Kingdom’s Parliament in his office on Thursday, also disclosed that the House had set up the Nigeria-British Parliamentary Friendship Group as part of measures to strengthen the relationship between the two parliaments.
The Speaker also told the UK Lawmakers that the House of Representatives had begun the process of amending over 130 laws of the country to meet the contemporary realities of governance with the support of the Department For International Development (DFID).
Speaking earlier, Leader of the delegation, Hon. Stephen Twigg, said they were in the National Assembly to understudy the parliament and seek areas of partnership.
Meanwhile, a statement from the office of the senate president said Saraki told the group led by Twigg to assist the country in building the capacity of Nigerian legislators and their aides in order to boost their skills.