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President Buhari Signed A New 8 Bills

Oladipupo Oluwadamilare
21 Dec, 2016 In Politics0 Comments , leave one
President Buhari Signed A New 8 Bills
On Tuesday, December 20, the Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari signed eight bills into law.

Sanator Ita Enang, the Senior Special Assistant to President Buhari on National Assembly affair unveils this in Abuja when speaking with the State House reporters.

He told the Reporters that the bills which were signed are Advertising Practitioners Registration Amendment Bill, 2016; Quality Surveyors Registration Amendment Bill 2016; Small and Medium Scale Industries Development Agency Amendment Bill, 2016; National Judicial Institute Amendment Bill 2016; and Utilities Charges Commission Amendment Bill 2016;

While others bills signed by President Buhari are Chartered Institute of Stock Brokers Amendment Bill 2016.; University of Abuja Amendment Bill 2016 and Treaty to Establish African Economic Community Relating to Pan African Parliament (Accession and Jurisdiction) Amendment Bill 2016.

Mr. Enang explained that immediately the lawmakers resume from New Year holiday, on January 10, the bills which was waiting consideration by the National Assembly would be luxury with mail.

The Senator said that: “These are bills transmitted to the president, having been assented to by him have become Acts enforceable in Nigeria.

“I use this medium to commend members of National Assembly for the industry and dexterity they have shown and the concentration on the core functions of the legislature because compared to times like this in previous assemblies, I think this is the highest number of bills passed by any single assembly within its one year and six months.”

Mr. Enang lauded the National Assembly leadership for their cooperation which extends to the executive.

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