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President Muhammadu Buhari as again rejected his agreement to Five More Bills

The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, his Excellency President Muhammadu Buhari has rejected his agreement to Five More Bills passed across to him by the National Assembly to sign into law. This happened on Thursday, less than eight days ago.

NIGERIA NEWS recap that Buhari on Wednesday, March 20, rejected the agreement to the five bills received by him, which was sent by the National Assembly to append his signature for it to be passed into law.

 

Muhammadu Buhari as again rejected his agreement to Five More Bills

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According to what was received by the NIGERIA NEWS from the Thursday’s development, the total number of bills passed by the Saraki-led 8th Senate but refused to be signed into law by the Buhari-led administration is put at 31.

The latest rejected bills are:
1. National Institute of Credit Administration Bill, 2018; t
2. Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency Bill, 2018;
3. Ajaokuta Steel Company Completion Fund Bill, 2018;
4. National Housing Fund Bill, 2018; and
5. Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria Bill, 2018.

Bills rejected last week include:
6. Nigerian Film Corporation Bill,
7. Immigration (Amendment) Bill,
8. Climate Change Bill,
9. Chattered Institute of Pension Practitioners, and;
10. Digital Rights and Freedom Bill.

Other bills rejected by Buhari since assumption of office in 2015 include:
11. The Petroleum Industry Governance Bill (PIGB),
12. Stamp Duties (Amendment) Bill,
13. Electoral Act (Amendment) Bill,
14. Industrial Development (Income Tax Relief) (Amendment) Bill,
15. National Research and Innovation Council (Est.) Bill,
16. National Institute of Hospitality and Tourism (Est.) Bill,
17. National Agricultural Seeds Council Bill,
18. Chattered Institute of Entrepreneurship (Est.) Bill,
19. Advance Fee Fraud and Other Related Offences (Amendment) Bill,
19. Subsidiary Legislation (Legislative Scrutiny) Bill, and;
20. Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (Amendment) Bill.

Others are:
21. National Transport Commission Bill,
22. Federal Road Authority (Establishment) Bill,
23. National Broadcasting Commission Amendment Bill,
24. National Oil Spill Detection and Response Agency (NOSDRA) Act (Amendment) Bill,
25. Federal Polytechnics Act (Amendment) Bill,
As well as five constitution amendment bills – which brings it to a total of 31 (documented) rejected bills so far.

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Ibrahim Babangida not dead yet – as aid denies death rumour on the former military leader

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Reports reaching NIGERIA NEWS have already shown that General Ibrahim Babangida, the retired army and head of state, is alive contradictory to speculations about his death.

Vanguard claims that even an online content published the former president passed on Friday, May 17. In futherance, the content claimed that Babangida is hailing and heartfelt and always bubbling with life.

According to findings, NIGERIA NEWS gathered that an anonymous source told Vanguard correspondents that the retired army general broke today’s Ramadan fast together with friends and family. This he did at his Hilltop Mansion on Friday, May 17.

The source said:

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“It is normal that during fasting like this, all the children of the former Military president normally come to Minna in and break fast with him.

”Not only that, Babangida normally break his fast with many of his friends and other relatives and he has been doing so since this year’s fasting started including yesterday and as you know, the dead cannot break fast with the living and that is to tell you that the man IBB is still alive and not dead and still bubbling with life,”

He also added that, “This is to tell you that the man is still very healthy and a testimony that he will still live long,”

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Victoria Obaze: Nigerian Mayor In UK, Full Details And Career

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Victoria Obaze: Nigerian Mayor In UK, Full Details And Career

First, the first time in history, a black woman, Victoria Obaze who hails from Imo state, Nigeria is sworn in as the Civic Mayor for London Borough of Tower Hamlets in the United Kingdom, UK. The sworn-in of Mrs. Victoria Obaze took place yesterday on the 15th of May, 2019, NIGERIA NEWS reports.

She had earlier contested for the post of Councillor in 2010, 2014 and 2016 but unfortunately lost. In an election that took place on 5th May 2019 at Whitechapel Ward, she won and she is declared the winner for the Mayor position as shown in the tweets below,


She is also the Deputy Speaker after the nomination for the position under Labour Party. It is revealed on her twitter page when she became the new Speaker,

Twitter user congratulate her on twitter page as regard her victory,

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