President Muhammadu Buhari, has on Monday, rejected seven more Bills transmitted to him by the Senate President Bukola Saraki-led National Assembly.
The President announced his decision to withhold assent to the Bills, via a letter read during the Senate plenary, on Tuesday.
The Bills include: Chartered Institute of Training and Development of Nigeria Bill, 2018; Nigeria Aeronautical Research and Rescue Bill, 2018; National Institute of Credit Administration Bill, 2018; and Ajaokuta Steel Company Completion Fund.
Others are: National Housing Fund Bill, 2018; Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria Bill, 2018; and National Bio-Technology Development Agency Bill, 2018.
The President also cited various reasons for rejecting the Bills, as contained in the letter read Saraki.
The development brings to 20, the number of Bills Buhari has rejected in 2019 already, with many describing the action as a war against the National Assembly, under the leadership of Bukola Saraki.