Senate To Fast-Track Passage Of Bills To End Recession

By Ikenga Chronicles September 28, 2016

As part of its efforts to help bring Nigeria out of recession, the Nigerian Senate on Tuesday 27th September,resolved to fast-track the consideration and passage of several bills with the aim of reviving the economy, and increasing the ease with which business is carried out in the country.

This information was contained in a statement made available by the Senate President, Abubakar Bukola Saraki.

The bills include;

1. The Petroleum Industry Bill

2. National Development Bank of Nigeria Establishment Bill

3. Nigerian Ports and Harbours Authority Act(Amendment Bill)

4. National Road Fund Establishment Bill

5. National Transport Commission Act of 2001

6. Warehouse Receipts Act(Amendment Bill)

7. Companies and Allied Matters Act(CAMA)

8. Investment and Securities Act(ISA).

9. Customs and Excise Management Act

10. Federal Competition Bill

11. National Road Authority Bill.

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