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The 46 Bills Senate Passed in Less than 10 Minutes: See the List




It’s still a hot topic! The Senate passed 46 bills in under ten minutes on Thursday.

Ever since the news was revealed, many have wondered: What were the bills that were passed?

Here they are, as reported by Global Village Extra:

1. Tertiary Education Trust Fund (Establishment etc) Act (Amendment), 2015.

2. Office of the Nigerian Financial Ombudsman Bill.

3. Institute of Chartered Trustees of Nigeria Bill.

4. National Convicts and Criminal Records (Registry) Bill, 2015.

5. Community Service Bill.

6. People’s Bank of Nigeria Act (Repeal) Bill.

7. Nigerian Bank for Commerce and Industry Act (Repeal).

8. National Commission for Rehabilitation Act (Repeal) Bill.

9. Maintenance Orders Act (Repeal) Bill, 2015.

10. Federal Saving Bank Act (Repeal) Bill 2015.

11. Loan (State Development) Act (Repeal), 2015.

12. Nigerians in Diaspora (Establishment) Commission, 2015.

13. Electronic Transactions Bill, 2015.

14. Chartered Institute of Statiscians of Nigeria, 2015.

15. Nigerian Metallurgical Industry Bill, 2014.

16. Federal Audit Commission Bill, 2015.

17. National Centre for Agricultural Mechanisation Act (Amendment,) Bill.

18. Nigerian International Financial Centre (Establishment, etc) Bill.

19. Investment and Securities (Amendment) Bill.

20. Nigerian Communications Satellite, Bill.

21. Federal Capital Territory Education Resources Centre (Establishment) Bill.

22. Labour Institutions (Establishment).

23. Witness Protection Programme Bill.

24. Institute of Mediators and Conciliators Bill.

25. Legal Education Act (Establishment) Bill.

26. National Health Insurance Commission Bill.

27. National Economic Intelligence Committee (Establishment) Act (Repeal) Bill.

28.Federal College Dental Technology and Therapy Bill.

29. Federal Capital Territory College of Nursing and Midwifery Bill.

30. Oaths Act (Amendment) Bill.

31. Federal Capital Territory Hospital Management Board (Establishment) Bill.

32. Passport (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Amendment) Bill.

33. Chartered Institute of Management Accounts of Nigeria.

34. Federal Capital Territory Water Board (Establishment) Bill.

35. Institute of Local Government and Public Administration Bill.

36. Whistle-blower Protection Bill.

37. Family Economic Advancement Programme (Establishment, etc) 2015.

38. Family Support Trust Fund Act (Repeal) Bill.

39. Nigerian Industrial Development Bank (Guarantee) Act (Repeal) Bill.

40. Treasury Management Bill 2015.

41. Legislative Powers and Privileges Act (Repeal and Re-Enactment) Bill.

42. Anti-Torture Bill, 2015.

43. Lobbyist (Registration and Regulation) Bill.

44. National Hospital for Women and Children, Abuja (Establishment, etc) Act (Amendment) Bill.

45. Nigerian Prisons Act CAP, P29 LFN 2004 (Repeal and Re-Enactment) Bill 2015 and 46. Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Act 2010 (Amendment) Bill 2015

The report further states, “the bills were introduced by the Chairman, Senate Committee on Rules and Business, Senator Ita Enang and all 46 of them had been recently passed by the lower House of Representatives. “


  1. Wagamama

    June 4, 2015 at 5:12 pm

    36. Whistle-blower Protection Bill
    42. Anti-Torture Bill,


  2. polypoly

    June 4, 2015 at 5:32 pm

    WTF Bills of Day
    – Nigerians in Diaspora (Establishment) Commission
    – Anti-Torture Bill, 2015 (LOL!!! na today)
    – Whistle-blower Protection Bill (whistle blowers you are OYO….same politicians & citizens that claim the Amnesty International report was fabricated…whistleblowers have no protection in naija)
    – Family Support Trust Fund Act (Repeal) Bill (abi na Politicians childrens trust fund….smh)

    I just cant abeg….smh

  3. Sunshine

    June 4, 2015 at 6:06 pm

    Eeerrrm, number (46) Chop I chop bill of right.
    Idiots, Is this list of garbage these jokers call bills ? Lord have mercy.!!!

  4. Sunday Orogbade

    June 4, 2015 at 6:16 pm

    May the good Lord deliver us from the hands of these senators. Which of these bills affects the life of a common man? It’s no longer as usual, God will help Nigeria.

  5. Mostest

    June 4, 2015 at 6:17 pm

    Yes Nigerians in diaspora. Our brothers being killed abroad or Nigerians who can’t get home, who cares for them.

    Nothing too bogus. Agriculture, healthcare, communications, all good mives

  6. chi-e-z

    June 4, 2015 at 7:13 pm

    umm I guess the bills make sense that they passed again but 10mins just makes them look lazy/not seriously looking at bills menh… [not like I can talk sha …]

  7. glowy

    June 4, 2015 at 8:19 pm

    Hmmm hope u all see dis rubbish they also made 11yrs legal age of sexual consent.

    • Nahum

      June 5, 2015 at 2:44 am

      And where did you see this? Under what particular bill was it passed? Nigerians like to spread rumors so please give me the details before I believe this

  8. tunmi

    June 4, 2015 at 8:19 pm

    Okay. So where are the contents of the bill?

    • Cancel Reply

      June 4, 2015 at 8:57 pm

      Thank you. Where is the content?

  9. sisicalabdom

    June 4, 2015 at 8:55 pm

    Yay!Financial ombudsman bill…I can now return home. Oya oo..all ye Nigerian’s at the ombudsman Uk, Come and put your skill to use!!

  10. Tosin

    June 4, 2015 at 9:29 pm

    igba yii laaro?
    iranu upon ingredien

  11. sea

    June 5, 2015 at 12:07 am

    @glowy…where did you see the one you got? no bill looks related oooo

  12. Iris

    June 5, 2015 at 3:06 am

    Witness protection bill…

  13. Enkay

    June 5, 2015 at 9:55 am

    So if new government didn’t emerge, you people wouldn’t have deemed it necessary to pass bills that have been with you since 2014. Now that they have 1 minute to leave, they are passing 46 in ten minutes without adequate deliberation/consideration. Laziness.

  14. Tygorf

    June 5, 2015 at 1:52 pm

    Imagine me sitting here jejely hoping atleast one bill go concern me….. Mtcheew, just baggage upon baggage.

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