Electronic Transaction Bill has passed its third and final reading at the Senate today

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12370795_10153874355084962_7846545494575217233_o 12374867_10153874354219962_4258110305813277086_o 12371048_10153874354214962_6199294686126346079_o 12370699_10153874354419962_561280257141837229_o 10257522_10153874354914962_1145823848482092603_o 12370699_10153874354419962_561280257141837229_oThe Electronic Transaction Bill passed its third and final reading at the Senate. If implemented, this Bill will guarantee the integrity of the electronic commerce environment. Once implemented, this Bill will facilitate the use of information in electronic form for conducting business transactions in Nigeria. It will also encourage and approve the use of digital signatures for electronic transactions, and provide a legal framework that will assist consumers on their rights when they use electronic transactions.

The Senate also considered a Motion by Sen. Dino Melaye on the Ajaokuta Steel Mill, where we urged the Federal Government to immediately get Ajaokuta Steel Company working, to facilitate employment and boost this critical sector of our economy.

Sen. Shehu Sani brought a Motion on the tuition rates to the floor of the Senate and the attention of the Senators. The Senate resolved to urge the Federal Government to increase funding to the Nigerian Law School.

Other items considered today were the motion on Global Population Increase and the need for Nigeria to have a comprehensive population strategy on development planning and a Motion on launching an investigation into how the funds of the Niger-Delta Development Commission (NDDC) have been used overtime.

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