Senate President David Mark on Monday advised Nigerians, particularly public officers to embrace the culture of time to enhance their productivity.
He gave the advice in Abuja during the public presentation of a book, titled: “Legislative Drafting in Plain English’’, written by Mr Daniel Adam, the Director, Legal Services, National Assembly.
Mark, who was the Special Guest, said that then culture if imbibed would uplift the nation to the greatest height.
In his speech, the Speaker, House of Representatives, Aminu Tambuwal, said that the book would help the public to understand the legal terms used law making.
Tambuwal commended the author and described him as “a keen advocate of the use of plain English in making the legal document easy to ready.”
The author said that the book would contribute to the development of legislative drafting in Nigeria and other commonwealth countries.
Adam urged the youths in the country to inculcate the ideal of writing books in a simple way that the public would understand and benefit.