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Bill to re-establish nuclear agency authority scale second reading

By OakTV
06 March 2020   |   12:11 pm
The Senate on Tuesday passed for second reading a bill that prescribes a five-year jail term for any importer or exporter of any nuclear material or proscribed substances without a license from the Nigerian Nuclear Regulatory Authority.

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