Earlier today @thenigeriansenate Roundtable on Youth Unemployment and Development to review the efficacy of policies, programmes and other interventions intended to reduce the political marginalisation and support the development needs of today’s youth.

The Senate  highlighted some of the Bills that the 8th Senate has passed since it took off in June 2015 and those in different stages of consideration that can tackle unemployment problem
The Bills are as follows:

1. Secured Transaction in Movable Assets Act (Amendment) Bill 2016.
Stage – Passed and signed into law
2. Credit Bureau Reporting Bill
Stage – Passed and signed into law
3. Electronics Transaction Bill 
Stage – Passed
4. Public Procurement Act Amendment Bill
Stage – Passed
5. National Lottery Act 2005 Amendment Bill 2017
Stage – Passed

6. Warehouse Receipts Act (Amendment)Bill – Passed
7. Federal Competition Bill – Passed
8. Agriculture Credit Guarantee Scheme Act( Amendment) Bill – Passed
9. Petroleum Industry Governance Bill – Passed
10. National Poverty Eradication Commission Establishment Bill – Passed
11. Commercial Agriculture Credit Scheme – Passed
12. Discrimination Against Persons With Disabilities (Prohibition Bill) 2015 – Passed
13. Nigerian Peace Corps Bill – Passed
14. Maritime University of Nigeria, Okerenkoko – Passed

15.  Nigerian Ports And Harbours Authority Bill – Passed
16. Nigerian Railway Authority Bill – Passed
17. Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (Repeal and Reenactment)  Bill – Passed
18.  North East Development Commission Establishment Bill – Passed
19. Federal Road Authority Bill – Passed
20. NYSC Act Amendment Bill – under consideration
21. Federal Entrepreneurship Centres Establishment Bill – under consideration
22. Nigerian Tourism Development Act ( Repeal and Reenactment) – under consideration
23. Skill Acquisition and Development Trust Fund – under consideration
24. Industrial Revolution Bill – under consideration

25. National Development Bank of Nigeria – under consideration
26. Nigerian Merchant Navy Coast Guard Security and Safety  Corps –  under consideration
27. Equal Opportunity Commission – under consideration

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