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Mbah Seeks Partnership With 8th Enugu Assembly

Governor of Enugu State, Peter Mbah is seeking to work with members of the State House of Assembly to accelerate development and render service to the people of the state.

Mbah spoke while declaring open a two-day pre-inauguration workshop for the 8th Assembly Members-elect at Nike Lake Resort, Enugu.

He assured them that his administration would do what it takes to ensure that the constructive partnership in the service of the people of the state will be sustained.

His Deputy, Barr. Ifeanyi Ossai, who represented him at the function disclosed that he is making every effort to infuse the executive arm of government with the intellectual energy needed to deliver on his mandate, and fulfill his campaign promises to the people of the state.

He described the workshop as a step in the right direction, adding that it will extensively equip the incoming members of the state parliament with the necessary tools needed to execute their constitutional assignment.

On his part, the Clerk of the House, Barr. Emmanuel Udaya, stated that Governor Mbah in the light of his vision and innovative approach to issues gave him the approval to organise the two-day orientation programme for Members-elect of the State House of Assembly.

Udaya, who pointed out that the workshop has remained a valuable platform for exposing members to the fundamentals of legislative business, told the 8th Assembly Members-elect that the modified induction programme will “expose you more to the fundamentals of governance, legislative practice and procedures, leadership, management and related issues.”

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According to the Clerk of the House, who is also the Head of Legislative Service: “This programme is aimed at providing a platform for participants to deepen their understanding of the mandate, workings, vision, governance and legislative processes, and to guide you to collectively reflect and initiate strategies that will enhance the delivery of the mandate of the Members and Management of the State Assembly.”

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