Posted by News Express | 29 September 2015 | 2,535 times
The Edo House of Assembly on Monday adopted a business calendar of 60 days for the first session, second quarter of the sixth assembly.
Moving the motion for the adoption of the business calendar, the majority leader, Foly Ogedengbe, said the house would sit for 60 days in the second quarter.
Ogedengbe said the house would sit for three days in September, 20 days in October, 21days in November and 16 days in December.
According to him, the house sat for a total number of 61 days in first quarter which started in June and ended in August.
“If we add the first quarter 61 days calendar to the 60 days business calendar for the second quarter, the house would have sat for a total of 121 days.”
Also during plenary, the Speaker, Victor Edoror, commiserated with the Deputy Governor, Pius Odubu over the death of his mother. (NAN)
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