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TRANSITION Committee Chairman for Awka South Local Government Area, Leo Nwuba has urged the newly inaugurated Seventh Assembly lawmakers to work harmoniously with the executive arm of government to ensure development in the state.

Chief Nwuba who made the call at the state legislative complex in Awka, commended the speaker, Uche Okafor, the deputy speaker, Pascal Agbodike and others for their success story.

On his part, a former Deputy Chairman of the Awka South Local Government Area, Chike Oranye urged the newly inaugurated lawmakers to be worthy representatives of their constituencies, defending democracy in all ramifications.

Contributing, the state Chairman, Local Government Service Commission Dr. Robert Egenti urged the newly inaugurated seventh assembly members to work harmoniously with the executive arm of government to enhance development in the state, while the traditional Ruler of Awgbu, Igwe Michael Okechukwu called for cooperation between the executive and the legislative.

Meanwhile, the deputy speaker, Paschal Agbodike has pledged to work peacefully with the speaker, Uche Okafor in promoting the ideals of the legislature.

Dr. Agbodike who noted that the legislative arm of government will equally work in tandem with the executive arm of government by making quality laws that will impact positively on the lives of the citizenry, expressed gratitude to Governor Willie Obiano for ensuring the harmonious coexistence between the executive arm of government and the legislature and thanked all those who made it possible for him to excel.

In a related development, the member representing Njikoka one constituency, Timothy Ifediromma staged a reception at his community to appreciate his constituents comprising; Nawfia, Enugu-Ukwu and Enugu-Agidi communities.

The member representing Anaocha one constituency, Ebele Ejiofor promised to be part of making good laws that will impact positively on the lives of his constituents and the citizenry.

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