A vote of confidence has been passed on the Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly, Honourable Sheriff Oborevwori and the leadership of the Seventh Assembly.
The confidence vote was sequel to a motion moved at Tuesday’s plenary by the member representing Ika North East, Honourable Anthony Elekeokwuri, seconded by the member representing Patani State Constituency, Honourable Emmanuel Sinebe and unanimously adopted.
Opening debate on the motion, Honourable Elekeokuri said it was informed by the achievements of the House under the leadership of Honourable Oborevwori, stressing that the confidence voye would spur the leadership of the House to do more for the state legislature.
Elekeokwuri stated that the bills passed by the House had immensely helped the growth of the state with particular reference to the enacted job creation law which he noted had brought dividends of governance to the people
In their contributions, the members representing Ndokwa West, Charles Emetulu; Aniocha North, Emeka Nwaobi; Warri South West, Emomotimi Guwor; Aniocha South, Austin Chikezie; Warri South I, Austin Uroye; Ethiope West, Erhiatake Ibori-Suenu; Udu, Peter Uviejitobor; Sapele, Felix Anirah; Burutu I, Forteta Asupa; and Isoko South I, Kenneth Ogba, eulogized the Speaker for the magnificent work of his leadership.
They pointed out that the Assembly Complex was now wearing a new look under the leadership of the Speaker, adding that the Legislative Quarters had also been given a face-lift.
The legislators said even new members were being carried along, emphasizing that they were favourably disposed to speak in favour of the motion..
They also commended Honourable Oborevwori for not being carried away by the aura of power, describing him as a humble and competent leader.
The Speaker, Honourable Sheriff Oborevwori, thanked the House for their show of love and promised to continue to improve on the leadership of the House.
The Speaker stated that the confidence reposed in the leadership of the House was encouraging and assured that he would continue to lead the House by the consensus of majority of members.