Ekiti Assembly Resumes Next Monday

Ekiti State House of Assembly has announced the decision to resume her legislative activities on Monday 4th, 2020, after weeks of indefinite suspension.

In a statement by the Chairman, House Committee on Media and Publicity, Hon. Yemisi Ayokunle, confirmed the decision of the House to resume Plenary after weeks of lockdown to curtail the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. The resumption is without prejudice to all the established protocols of prevention of the Virus.

She affirmed  that a good part of the House's meetings will be virtual conferencing.

The statement also stated that the resumption goes in line with the State Government's directive,  indicating  Public Servants on grade level 13 above and those offering essential  services in the State to resume on the said date.

Hon. Ayokunle stressed that the opportunity would afford the Lawmakers to attend to all critical legislative assignments in waiting, and to complement Government's effort to making the State safe.

She further expressed that the House would be at the fore front of ensuring that the campaign of staying safe is adhered to.


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