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National water resources bill

Nigeria Senate
27 Sep
The lawyer said he would lead a delegation of various ethnic nationalities to the public hearing in Abuja to discourage the lawmakers from going ahead with the bill.
2 Sep
A Bayelsa-born legal practitioner, Dortimi Tawari, has thrown his weight behind state governors and growing opposition to the contentious National Water Resources Bill.
16 Aug
As reactions continue to trail the National Water Resources bill before the National Assembly, experts have maintained that the bill is consistent with the Constitution.
16 Jul 2021
President Muhammadu Buhari has called on state governments to build stronger partnerships with Federal Ministries, Departments and Agencies to provide infrastructure that will meet the growing needs of Nigerians.
8 Oct 2020
In 2017, the Federal Government sent the National Water Resources Bill to the National Assembly requesting that it be passed into law.
23 Aug 2018
It is a common knowledge that the National Water Resources Bill is before the National Assembly. But what is uncertain to the vast majority and the watching world is in whose interest the bill...


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