Nigerian Senate introduces bill to ban use of generators [Read More]

Nigerian Senate introduces bill to ban use of generators

The Nigerian Senate on Wednesday, March 11, 2020, introduced a bill to ban the use of generators in Nigeria.

The bill which was sponsored by Senator Bima Muhammadu Emagi (APC Niger South), passed its first reading on the floor of the red chamber.

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Senate Leader, Abdullahi Yahaya cites Order 43 and requests for an additional week to complete its Committee’s assignment on meeting with heads of security and submit a report.

“You have one more week to finish your report.”- Senate President, @DrAhmadLawan

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Senate now moves into the presentation of Bills for first reading.#TodayInSenatePlenary

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If eventually signed into law, the bill dubbed ‘Generating Set (Prohibition/Ban) Bill’, will prohibit the usage of generating sets in the country

 

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