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EDHA receives commissioner nominees list from state governor

Edo State House of Assembly, EDHA has received the list of Commissioner Nominees from the State Governor Godwin Obaseki.

Efosa Uwangue reports that the Edo State Grazing Bill scaled second reading during Tuesday’s plenary.

The names of the commissioner nominees are Yekini Idiaye from (Akoko Edo); Paul Ohonbamu (Egor); Barrister Emmanuel Agbale (Esan Central); Emmanuel Usoh and Magdalene Ohenhen (Esan South East).

Others are Amieoleme Osahon (Esan West); Joseph Oghioke (Etsako Central); Mika Amonokha, (Etsako East); Marian Abubakar (Etsako west); Osagie John Inegbedion (Igueben); Erimona Edoriodion Oye (Ikpoba Okha); and Professor Yinka Omorebge (Oredo).

Osaze Osenwengie Edo (Orhionwon); Monday Osaigbovo (Ovia North East); Doctor Christopher Adesotu (Ovia South West); Jimoh Ijegbai (Owan East); Okuns Reginald (Owan West) and Doctor David Osifo (Uhunwonde).

The Speaker, Justin Okonoboh requested the nominees to submit 30 copies of their credentials to the house for screening.

Meanwhile, Edo State Grazing Bill has scaled through second reading after deliberation by the lawmakers.

Chief sponsor of the Bill, Bright Osayande who was supported by majorly of the members said the bill was long overdue considering the atrocities herdsmen have allegedly perpetrated across the state and the issue needed to be nipped in the bud.

Some other members also called for public hearing so as to give opportunity to Edo people to contribute as the menace has not only become security risk but has assumed a freighting dimension.

The speaker, Justin Okonoboh who said the bill would not have come at a better time than now also reconstituted the house committees which were earlier dissolved.
Sitting continues.

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