MAJOR BILLS SPONSORED BY ALI DODO

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(B) LEGISLATURE WORK

MAJOR BILLS SPONSORED BY ALI DODO

  • (HB,156) an act to provide financial compensation as remedy to innocent victims of crimes, to create a special fund where money for the compensation of crime victims is paid into and to provide for matters relate there toh.b .11.10.156
  • (HB. 245) a bill for an act to amend the public procurement act, 2007 for matters connected there on h.b 12. 01.245
  • (HB. 259) an act to alter the provisions of the constitution of the federal republic of nigeria 1999 and other related matters. HB 12.03.259 ad-hoc committee.
  • (HB. 268) an act to amend the companies and allied matters act 2004. hb. 12.03.268 commerce/justice committee. the oaths act (amendment) bill, 2011
  • (HB. 269) an act to amend the tertiary education trust fund (establishment) etc. act 2012 to expressly provide that the Nigeria law school shall benefit from the fund h.b. 12.03.
  • (HB. 270) an act to amend the legal education act (consolidation etc.) act cap. 10 lfn 2004.
  • (HB. 28) bill for an act to establish desertification control commission and to vest it with the responsibility for the control and management of desertification; and for other related matters, 2011 (hb. 28).
  • (HB. 280) an act to prohibit any form of expenditure in default of or contrary to appropriation by heads of ministries, departments and agencies (mdas) to facilitate accountable governance and for related matters H.B 12.05.280
  • (HB. 30) an act to establish the national climate changes commission and other matters. passed/ awaiting connected there with hb.30 2nd reading awaiting committee of whole.
  • (HB. 405) an act to amend the Nigeria law reform commission act cap. 118 laws of the federation of Nigeria 2004, by making provision for more funds, and submission of recommendations for legislative review or reform to both national assembly and the attorney general HB. 12.11.405
  • (HB. 425) to repeal the Nigeria assembly service commission act, cap. n7, laws of the federation of Nigeria, 2004 and enacts a national assembly service act, 2012 re-organize the management and administrative structure of the national assembly for improved service delivery; and committee for related matters.
  • (HB. 286) a bill for an act to establish the chartered institute of Madiators and con Ciliators and for other related matters (HB.286)
  • (HB. 405) an act to amend the Nigerian law reform commission act cap. 118 laws of the federation of Nigerian 2004, by making provision for recommendations for legislative review or reform to both national assembly and the attorney general hb.12,11,405
  • (HB. 425) an act to repeal the national assembly service commission act, cap. n7, laws of the federation of Nigeria, 2004 and 3enacts a national assembly service act, 2012 reorganize the management and administrative structure of the national assembly for improved service delivery; and for related matters.[HB.13.01.425]
  • (HB. 486) a bill for an act to repeal sales of goods act of 1893 and enact sales of goods bill 2013 to provide for regulation of sales of good in Nigeria and for related matters (HB. 486)

(HB. 486) sale of goods bills 2013.

  • (HB.14.03.686) bill for an act to repeal the public order act cap p41 laws of federation of Nigeria 2004
  • (HB.14.03.687 bill for an act to repeal theaties (making procedure etc.) act cap t20 laws of the federation of Nigeria 2004.
  • (HB.14.05.708) an act to repeal the family economic advancement programme act cap p3 laws of federation of Nigeria 2004.
  • (HB.14.05.709) an act to provide for the repeal of the family support trust fund act cap p4 laws of federation of Nigeria 2004
  • (HB. 14.05.710) an act to repeal the people‚Äôs bank of Nigeria act cap p7 laws of federation of Nigeria 2004
  • (HB. 14.05.711) an act to repeal the Nigerian development bank (guarantee) act cap n11 laws of federation of Nigeria 2004
  • (HB. 14.05.712) an act to repeal the Nigerian bank for commerce and industry act cap n92 Laws of Federation of Nigeria 2004

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