Senator Ifeanyi Ubah sponsored 17 Bills, 16 Motions in 2 years —Team
The management team of Senator Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah has disclosed that the senator representing Anambra South at the National Assembly has sponsored seventeen Bills, and sixteen Motions during his short two years stint at the National Assembly.
The team disclosed this in a memo which captured all the Bills and Motions made available to ElombahNews late Sunday.
The memo lists the the Bills sponsored by Senator Ifeanyi Ubah as follows:
1: Deep Offshore And Inland Basin Production Sharing Contract Act Bill, 2019. Passed And Signed Into Law.
2: National Institute For Business Studies, Nnewi, Anambra State Bill, 2019.
3: Petroleum Tankers Safety Bill, 2019.
4: Power And Petroleum Safety Institute, Oraifite Bill, 2019.
5: Institute Of Aviation Safety And Management Mbosi, Anambra State Bill, 2019.
6: Erosion Control And Prevention Commission Bill, 2019.
7: National Institute For Security And Strategic Studies, Orumba, Anambra State Bill, 2019.
8: A Bill To Upgrade Federal Polytechnic Oko, Orumba-North, Anambra To Federal University Of Technology Oko Bill, 2019
9: Institute Of Rice Research And Development Bill, 2019.
10: Metallurgy Training Institute Orumba Bill, 2020
11. A Bill To Establish The National Center For Sickle Cell Anaemia Research And Treatment In Aguata (SB. 439). 2020
12. A Bill For The Establishment Of Federal Medical Center(FMC) Uli, Anambra State(SB. 487) 2020
13. A Bill To Establish An Institute Of Information And Communication Technology Uga, Aguata, Anambra State 2020
14. Establishment Bill For The Institute Of Information And Communication Technology Uga, Aguata
15. A Bill For An Act To Establish A Federal Medical Center (FMC) Uli, Anambra State(SB. 487)
16. A Bill To Establish The National Centre For Sickle Cell Anaemia Research And Treatment In Aguata (SB. 2021, 439)
17. A Bill For An Act To Establish A Federal Orthopedic Hospital In Ukpor, Nnewi South, etc.
Below are the Motions sponsored by Senator Ifeanyi Ubah:
1: Motion on the urgent need to protect Nigeria’s indigenous airlines from extinction due to multiple designations and frequencies granted foreign airlines in Nigeria.
2: Motion on the urgent need to look into the infrastructural decadence ravaging the Nkwo Nnewi commercial cluster, trade fair complex along Lagos-Badagry Expressway and Oshodi Apapa Expressway which leads to Nigeria’s biggest Seaports – Tincan and Apapa Wharf.
3: Motion to investigate crude oil revenue loss which will generate #360 Billion annually through the review of the Deep Offshore and Inland Basin Production Sharing Contract Act Cap D3 LFN 2004 and Amendment of Act.
4: Motion on the urgent need to investigate the tragic fuel tanker disaster in Onitsha, Anambra State.
5: Motion on the closure of over 600 Nigerian shops and businesses in Ghana (Ndi Igbo being the most affected).
6: Motion on the urgent need for the federal government of nigeria to take proactive measures to forestall an imminent scarcity of surgical facemasks in Nigeria as a result of the corona virus outbreak and the urgent need to checkmate the unpatriotic profiteering and illegal exportation of facemasks to asia and other affected countries.
7: Motion on the urgent need for the federal government to streamline import duty and value added tax(VAT) waiver to essential pharmaceutical drugs.
8: Motion On The Need To Reduce The Over 136 Roadblocks/Checkpoints Between Ijebu Ode And Onitsha Headbridge
9: Motion On The Sufferings Of The South East Amalgamated Traders Association (SEAMATA).
10. Motion On The Suffering Of South East Amalgamated Traders Association (SEAMATA)
11. Motion On The Urgent Need To Reduce Over 136 Roadblocks/Checkpoints Between Ijebu Ode And Onitsha Head Bridge.
12. Motion Commending The Nigerian Youths For Their Resilience In Standing Against Police Brutality During The EndSARS Protest As Well As Commending The I.G Of Police For Listenning To The Nigerian Youths By Dissolving SARS.
13. Motion Condemning The Unlawful Shooting Of Unarmed Protesters And Extra Judicial Killings At The Lekki Toll Gate.
14. Motion on the urgent need to checkmate the exorbitant increase and unjustifiable shipping fees charged by shipping companies on Nigerian bound cargoes particularly containers.
15 . Motion on the urgent need to investigate the economic and security implications of an unregulated Nigerian retail sector and also consider appropriate legislative measures to incentivize and protect indigenous retail traders, Which The Chinese, Indian And Lebanese Companies Have Taken Over.
16. Motion On The Need To Address the untold hardship caused by the introduction of the National Identity Number (NIN) as a compulsory requirement for JAMB Registration by Nigerian Students