Nigerian Senate President Bukola Saraki Monday uncovered that President Muhammadu Buhari displayed just eleven bills to the National Assembly since May 2015 when he was first confirmed as the President of Nigeria. 

The eleven bills are separated from the statutory spending plans related bills. 

"In the four years of the Buhari organization, it has just sent 11 bills to the Senate," Yusuph Olaniyonu Special Adviser, Media and Publicity to Senate President said in an announcement. 

Saraki was responding to the claims of the national chief of the decision All Progressives Congress, Bola Ahmed Tinubu. 

Tinubu on Sunday asserted that Saraki-drove National Assembly was degenerate and adversarial to the administration. 

Tinubu, in an announcement discharged by his media office on Sunday evening, asserted both Saraki and the speaker of the House of Representatives "frustrated APC authoritative activities while endeavoring to lift harmful reactionary and self-intrigued enactment on the country." 

Of the eleven bills introduced by the president, just two, the Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters Bill and the National Minimum Wage Bill, have been passed. 

"One of the bills, the Money Laundering Prevention and Prohibition Act (correction) Bill was pulled back by the official after the difference between the Attorney General and the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)," Saraki said. 

"Additionally, another, the National Water Resources Bill was rejected in light of the fact that it encroached on the privileges of states to build up their water assets." 

The staying seven which are the National Center for Disease Control and Prevention Establishment Bill, Federal Institute of Industrial Research for the Development of Micro, Small and Large Industries Bills, the Suppression of Piracy Bill, Communications Service Tax Bill, 2015; Federal Institute of Industrial Research Bill, 2017; Raw Materials Research and Development Council (Repeal and Re-sanctioning) Bill 2018; Nigeria Natural Medicine Development Agency (Establishment and so forth) Bill, 2018 — are at different phases of section." 

The Senate president, who lost his re-appointment offer in February, said his residency "has passed 282 bills (the most elevated any Senate had passed is 129 bills recorded by the fifth Senate)" since the initiation of the eighth get together in June 2015.