The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila says the house is set for electronic conduct of its legislative activities on the floor of the chamber when it reconvene on Tuesday next week.
Gbajabiamila, stated this during an inspection of the newly installed digital system accompanied.
The Speaker regretted that over time, legislative activities were often hindered by obsolete public address system.
He assured that the e-parliament promised by the 9th House on its inauguration in June last year would commence on resumption from annual vacation, expressing satisfaction that it was a promise fulfilled.
According to him, the new system would enhance the capacity and capability of lawmakers in carrying out their constitutional duties on the floor, adding that the successful execution of the project was only possible through sheer persistence, hard work and total commitment.
On the audio, Mr Gbajabiamila said each system on each seat has a speaker that would be deactivated to enable a louder and sharper sound system that has been connected for members to bring in and use their own earplugs, just like we see in most legislative houses.