Edo State Governor, Mr Godwin Obaseki has said his government campaigned to have a strong and supportive parliament made up of All Progressives Congress (APC) legislators to aid the efforts of the executive in delivering dividends of democracy to the people of Edo State.
Obaseki disclosed this when she received Executive Members of Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria (PASAN), Edo State Chapter, on a courtesy visit to the Governor at Government House, in Benin City.
Obaseki said the Edo State House of Assembly comprises of 24 APC members and he was surprised as to why some of the members-elect did not accept inauguration.
His words, “We are one in the parliament as we campaigned vigorously to have an Edo State House of Assembly that will support the government to deliver good governance to Edo people. I don’t know why some of the members-elect don’t want to be inaugurated,”
“But I am hopeful on the discussions and I believe soon enough, things will be resolved as there is no crisis in Edo State. I urge staff of the Assembly and citizens to go about their lawful activities.”
“We will create a comfortable environment to train workers in the state for effective service delivery. We will look for ways to restructure, train, and provide facilities for you to work effectively. These are meant to motivate Edo workers.”