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  • Oborevwori and the scorecard of Delta Assembly
  • THE business of the legislature all over the world
    is the making of laws for the good governance
    of the people and carrying out oversight
    functions to ensure the execution of projects.
    The Delta State House of Assembly, which
    recently elected Hon Sheriff Oborevwori as it
    Speaker after the sack of Chief Monday Igbuya
    has not lost focus.
    On the achievements of the sixth Assembly, two
    years after, under his leadership, Hon
    Oborevwori vowed to remain focused and united
    in the business of making good laws for the
    governance of the state.
    “The House of Assembly is aware that Deltans
    are looking forward to the delivery of more
    dividends of democracy, and it is in our place to
    make that happen”.
    According to the Speaker: “Despite the harsh
    economic situation which has affected service
    delivery, the House remains committed to
    providing effective representation to our
    constituencies. We cannot afford to fail our
    people.
    “I want to commend Governorr Ifeanyi Okowa,
    for his support to the sixth Assembly. His
    favourable disposition towards the progress of
    this House is essentially inspired by the co-
    operative spirit existing between various arms of
    government in Delta State. On our part, we will
    continue to reciprocate the benevolent attitude of
    the executive arm by giving prompt attention to
    the passage of bills.
    On the achievements of the House, from the
    available record, the House received a total of 34
    bills, 10 executive and 24 private members bills
    and a total of 12 bills have been assented to
    while six were awaiting assent and 17 were at
    committee stage.
    The bills Assented include; “Delta State
    Economic Planning Council (Amendment ) Law,
    2015; Delta State Advisory council on the
    Prerogative of Mercy Law, 2016; Delta State
    Security Trust Fund (Amendment ) Law, 2016;
    Delta State Anti-Kidnapping and Hostage Taking
    Law, 2016; Delta State Anti-Terrorism and Anti-
    Cultism Law, 2016; Delta State Scholarship
    Board Law, 2016; Delta State Structures for
    Signage and Advertisement Agency Law, 2015;
    Delta State Public Procurement Commission
    Agency Law, 2015; Delta State Traditional Rulers
    and Chiefs (Amendment) Law, 2016; Delta State
    Schools of Nursing and Midwifery Law, 2016;
    Delta State Appropriation Law, 2017; Delta State
    Structure for Signage and Advertisement Agency
    (Amendment )Law 2017”.
    Also the bills awaiting Assent are, “Delta State
    Bureau for Lands Instrument Preparation
    Charges Bill, 2015; Delta State Agency for
    Control of HIV/AIDS Bill, 2016; Delta State
    Investment Development Agency Bill, 2016;
    Delta State Agricultural and Rural Development
    Authority (Amendment) Bill, 2017; Delta State
    College of Education Mosogar Bill, 2016 and
    Delta State Administration of Criminal Justice
    Bill, 2016.”
    In fact, the Delta State lawmakers from all
    indication are working to make life worth living
    for Deltans, as the Speaker listed bills at
    Committee stages to include; “Delta State
    Collection of Metal/Steel Scraps fees Bill, 2015;
    Delta State Consumer Rights Protection Agency
    Bill, 2016; Delta State Illegal and Unauthorised
    Collection of Levy and Extortion (Prohibition) Bill,
    2016; Delta State Centre for Rural and Social
    Development Studies Otorho, Abraka, Bill, 2017
    and Discrimination Against Persons with
    Disability Bill, 2016”.
    Others according to Oborevwori are; “Delta State
    Regulatory Committee for the Registration of all
    Equipment Leases Bill, 2017; Delta State Bureau
    for Statistics Bill, 2017; Delta State Hotels and
    Restaurants Bill, 2016; Delta State Internal
    Revenue Consolidated (Amendment) Bill, 2016;
    Delta State Special Offences Court Bill, 2016;
    Delta State Forestry Development (Private
    Participation) and Forestry Trust Fund Bill, 2016;
    Delta State Nomadic Cattle Rearing Control Bill,
    2016; Delta State Water Bill, 2016; Delta State
    Private Education Institution Bill, 2016; Delta
    State Environmental Management Bill, 2016;
    Delta State Regulation of Smoking in Public
    Places Bill, 2016 and Delta State Consumption
    Tax Bill, 2017” among other bills at various
    stages, either in first or second reading”
    With the efforts made by the lawmakers, in no
    distant time, Deltans will begin to reap more
    dividends of democracy. The only duty we owe
    our lawmakers is to support them and monitor
    to see that projects resulting from the bills
    passed into law are implemented.

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