Senator Ifeanyi Ubah: Bills and Motions Sponsored

BILLS AND MOTIONS SPONSORED BY SENATOR IFEANYI UBAH

  1. Deep Offshore and Inland Basin Production Sharing Contract Act Bill, 2019. This has been 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. A Bill to establish Federal Orthopedic Hospital Ukpor, Nnewi South, Anambra State.

MOTIONS SPONSORED BY SEN IFEANYI UBAH:
14. Motion on the urgent need to protect Nigeria’s indigenous airlines from extinction due to multiple designations and frequencies granted foreign airlines in Nigeria.
15. 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.
16. 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.
17. Motion on the urgent need to investigate the tragic fuel tanker disaster in Onitsha, Anambra State.
18. Motion on the closure of over 600 Nigerian shops and businesses in Ghana (Ndi Igbo being the most affected).
19. 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.
20. Motion on the urgent need for the federal government to streamline import duty and value added tax (VAT) waiver to essential pharmaceutical drugs.
21. Motion on the Need to Reduce the Over 136 Roadblocks/Checkpoints Between Ijebu Ode and Onitsha Head-Bridge
22. Motion on the Sufferings of The South East Amalgamated Traders Association (SEAMATA).
23. Motion on The Urgent Need To Rescue The South East Amalgamated Traders Association Businesses From Total Collapse And Extinction From Shipping Lines, Particularly PIL Shipping Agency.
24. Motion on the #EndSARS Agitation: Commending the Nigerian Youths for Their Resilience, Resolve and Tenacity for Standing to Resist Police Brutality In The Face Of Daunting Circumstances
25. Motion on the urgent need to checkmate the high cost of shipping goods to Nigeria.
26. 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.
27. Motion on the urgent need to address the untold hardship caused by the introduction of the National Identity Number (NIN) as a compulsory requirement for JAMB Registration.

 

Other Legislative Interventions:

1: In his zeal to ensure the ease of getting Chinese Visas for his people, Senator Ubah led a delegation of igbo market leaders to the Chinese Consul general in Lagos to discuss Visa issuance policies directly affecting his people.

2: Senator Ifeanyi Ubah also urged the Ecological Fund Office and the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) to visit 100 Foot Road Nnewi erosion site, Ekwulobia-Oko-Umunze- Ichida road, Ichi-Oraifite road, Agulu-Nanka gully Erosion site, Nnamdi Azikiwe University (Awka and Nnewi Campuses) as well as Umunze erosion site, Uga-Aguata road and others.

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3: Senator Ubah urged the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), and Other Relevant Agencies to ensure that every tanker meant for transportation of petroleum meets the standard requirements in safety protocols in order to reduce the rate of fuel tanker explosions in the country as the recurring menace has also claimed several lives and properties along Onitsha, Anambra state, Oji river, Enugu Express Way etc.

4: On growing our local economy: Senator Ifeanyi Ubah led Anambra South Industrialists, Chief Allen Onyema, CEO of Air Peace and Chief Akai Egwuonwu, CEO; Anambra rice/Stine Mills to a strategic partnership meeting with the Chinese Consular General in Lagos.

5: Senator Ubah also urged the Federal Government to assist the victims/affected traders in the Ochanja market tanker inferno with relief materials , including financial support to enable them restart their businesses.

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6: Furthermore, Senator Ubah urged the Federal Government through the ministry of interior to set up fire prevention stations in Onitsha and other markets across Anambra State.

7: On the $22.7 billion FG Foreign Loan: Having noted that there was no request from my State Government like other states did, Senator Ifeanyi Ubah emphasized the need for the Federal Government to fast-track project on River Niger and other capital projects in his state with capital projects funds in the absence of no request from the State Government.

  1. Senator Ifeanyi Ubah personally led the then incoming Senate President; His Excellency, Dr. Ahmad Lawan to Lagos in March 2019, to restore sanity to the international trade fair complex Lagos that was under tension of being taken over by external forces.

  2. Recently, Senator Ubah worked with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Air Peace to facilitate the evacuation of 270 Nigerians from China which were mostly his constituents and negotiated non-payment of accommodation fees for them during quarantine upon arrival.

  3. Senator Ifeanyi Ubah is the only elected Nigerian Politician that stepped out to personally douse the tension.

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