Oborevwori Tasks Assembly Commission On Sustenance Of Synergy

Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori

By Augustine Akanigha

The Delta State House of Assembly Speaker, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori has called on the members of the Delta State Assembly Commission, to uphold the synergy that had been existing between the State House of Assembly, and the commission.

The called was made during the opening of a one day retreat for members of the commission and management staff by the Speaker Delta State House of Assembly, able represented by the Deputy Speaker, Rt. Hon. Christopher Ochor on Monday 16th May , 2022 at the African public Policy Institute, Onitcha-Ugbo.

Rt. Hon Ochor, reminded the participants that the relationship between the legislature and the commission, had come along way, to the extent that later was recognised in the handbook of the Assembly.

He further encouraged the participants of the benefits of such refresher training, which at the long run will be to the benefit of the people of Delta State.

“The relationship between the Delta State House of Assembly and the Assembly Service Commission, had come a long way, as both organisations had been working in synergy for good law making services for our dear state. This relationship had been recognised in the handbook of the Assembly.”

“Just recently, to further cement the relationship, the house went a step further to enact a law for the independence and autonomy of the Commission, (Delta State House of Assembly Service Commission, Establishment Bill {HB: 31}). Mr. Chairman, and members of this Commission we are ready to continue our efforts to compliment the work of the commission and relevance.”

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“The Commission has its work carved out for the smooth management of the staff of the Assembly, their welfare and promotion. As a responsible House we see this function of the commission very vital for our dear state.”

“We will continue to ensure that the relationship, synergy and patrimonial growth of both organisations will continue to be strengthened for a greater Delta State.”

“This synergy and relationship, is what had necessitated the approval of this retreat for members of the commission, and Management staff. We believe this will help to refresh your knowledge on some modern ways of policy administration in an organisation like this.”

“I therefore encourage you to take this retreat serious, be open minded to the instructors who had come to interact with you, so that at the end you will put forward to practice what you had learnt today.” He stated.

The Theme for the retreat was Repositioning the Commission for Optimal service.