Nigeria Gets A National Postgraduate College of Medical Laboratory Science… Bill Passed into Law.

A bill establishing the National Postgraduate College of Medical Laboratory Science has been passed into law. The bill National Postgraduate College of Medical Laboratory Science Bill, 2017 (HB. 405) by Senator Ahmed Lawan was among 6 other bills that the Nigerian Senate passed on the 11th of July 2017. Other bills that were read the third time and PASSED include

  1. Animal Health and Husbandry Technologies (Registration, etc) Bill, 2017 (HB. 320) by Senator Ahmed Lawan.
  2. Compulsory Treatment and Care of Victims of Gunshots Bill, 2017 (HB. 119) by Senator Ahmed Lawan.
  3. Corporate Manslaughter Bill, 2017 (HB. 273) by Senator Ahmed Lawan.
  4. National Child Protection and Enforcement Agency Bill, 2017 (HB. 127) by Senator Ahmed Lawan
  5. National Intelligence Agency Pension Board (Est, etc) Bill, 2017 (HB. 842) by Senator Ahmed Lawan.
  6. Nigerian Academy of Science (Est, etc) Bill, 2017 (HB. 917) by Senator Ahmed Lawan.

CONSIDERATION OF BILLS- SECOND READING

A Bill for an Act to make Provisions for Mandatory Haemoglobin Genotype Testing, 2017 (SB. 414) by Senator Ogembe Ahmed.

Senate President Bukola Saraki referred the Bill for an Act to make Provisions for Mandatory Haemoglobin-Genotype Testing to the Committe on health to report back in 4 weeks.

Senate President Bukola Saraki stated that the Committee on health should take note of the previous Bill sent to them and also work on the new one.

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