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Edo Assembly confirms appointment of 2 commissioner-nominees

L-R: Imodagbe Abdullahi, representing Etsako West; Charles Omosuyi Aideyan, representing Edo South, and Daniel Enebi, representing Esan South East, after their confirmation as commissioner-designates for EDSOGPADEC at the Edo State House of Assembly on Monday, August 17, 2020.

The Edo State House of Assembly (EDHA) has confirmed the appointment of two commissioner nominees, who were recently appointed by Governor Godwin Obaseki.

At a plenary sitting of the Assembly, in Benin City, on Monday, August 17, 2020, the Speaker, Francis Okiye conveyed the confirmation of the two civil commissioners and three commissioners for the Edo State Oil and Gas Producing Areas Development Commission (EDSOGPADEC).

The confirmation was sequel to the adoption of the Report of the House Standing Committee on Rules, Business and Government House, chaired by the House Leader, Henry Okhuarobo.

Presenting the Report to the House, Okhuarobo said that members of the committee had painstakingly gone through the curriculum vitae of the nominees and found them to be academically qualified and with requisite job experiences to deliver on their roles.

The two civil commissioner-designates are Lawrence Ogieva and Alex Aideloje; while Charles Aideyan, Abdullahi Imodagbe and Daniel Enebi were confirmed as commissioners for EDSOGPADEC.

The Speaker, after due clearance of the nominees, congratulated them and asked them to take a bow.

While Charles Aideyan was nominated to represent Edo South in EDSOGPADEC, Abdullahi Imodagbe is to represent Edo North Senatorial District, and Daniel Enebi will represent Edo Central in the commission.