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Green Chamber Holds First Plenary, Moves Two Motions

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Green Chamber Holds First Plenary, Moves Two Motions

The green chamber of the ninth House of Assembly on Thursday held its first plenary after honorable members of the house were inaugurated on Tuesday, June 11, 2019.
The Speaker, Rt. Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila (APC-Lagos) swore-in Rep. Musa Sarki-Adar(APC-Sokoto) who was absent at the Tuesday’s inauguration.
The oath of office was administered by the Clerk of the house, Mr Patrick Giwa at plenary in Abuja.
The swearing-in was delayed for some minutes as the microphone attached to the seat of the speaker was malfunctioning.
Gbajabiamila ordered the clerk to delegate some members of staff to check the entire sound system daily before commencement of plenary.


He also directed the clerk to notify the President, the Senate and the Secretary to the Federal Government of the Nigeria that the house had elected Rep. Femi Gbajabiamila and Rep. Idris Wase as presiding officers and could now receive communications.
The hallowed house at its maiden plenary entertained two motion of Urgent Public Importance bothering on security and environmental hazards.
Rep. Benjamin Kalu (APC-Abia) moved a motion on the need to urgently address erosion and floods ravaging Nkpa and surrounding communities in Bande Federal Constituency of Abia.
Rep. Muraina Ajibola (PDP-Oyo) moved a motion on the need to address the spate of killing and kidnapping across country.
Members unanimously voted in favour of the motions and Gbajabiamila ruled that the resolutions be forwarded to relevant agencies for implementation.

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Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rep. Femi Gbajabiamila and Deputy Speaker, Rep. Idris Wase processing in for the maiden plenary of the 9th House of Reps
Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rep. Femi Gbajabiamila and Deputy Speaker, Rep. Idris Wase processing in for the maiden plenary of the 9th House of Reps
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