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EDO STATE SPEAKER SUSPENDS COLLEAGUE FOR INCITING DISUNITY AMONG MEMBERS

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EDO STATE SPEAKER SUSPENDS COLLEAGUE FOR INCITING DISUNITY AMONG MEMBERS                                                                                                   29-01-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                     The Speaker of the Edo State House of Assembly, Mr Blessing Agbebaku has suspended the member representing Esan South-East, Sunny Ojiezele for three months for inciting disunity among members.

Mr Agbebaku after pronouncing the suspension during plenary, directed the lawmaker not to come close to the assembly complex within the period.

Mr Ojiezele stood up in line with the directive, took a bow and left the hallowed chamber without uttering a word.

The lawmaker is the first to be suspended in the eight assembly.

Meanwhile, the house approved Governor Godwin Obaseki’s request to access N2.2 billion agricultural palliative loan with a repayment plan of N94.3 million in 24 months.

Also, the house approved N9.1 billion as contractor, finance and bank guarantee loan from First Bank for the state government to construct some housing units in Asokoro, Abuja.

The approval was also to procure 50 CNG buses for the Edo City Transport Services, ECTS and construction of roads and drainages in the new Coral City in Benin among others.

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