THE fourth session of the 24th house commenced at
about 3:20pm with the opening prayers led by Hon Joseph Agabata.
The Majority leader, Hon Chiemerie Umeh moved the motion for
the adoption of the votes and proceedings of the day which was seconded by Hon.
Akachukwu Silva.
Some of the issues discussed where:
1) The sharing of the Union funds by all arms of the SUG as
raised by Hon.Muna Okoli citing Page 68 of the Constitution. He urged the Speaker
to meet with the dean of student affairs to resolve the issue.
2) A motion was also moved by Hon Muna which was also
seconded by Hon  Silva that the house
suspend all the appointees of the President until they must have been  screened by the house ,since the President had
failed to honour the summon of the house. Hon. Joseph Agbata suggested that the
house send another letter to the President to reappear before the house on Friday
during its sitting, the house would take a legal action against the President
should the President disregard the house. The house voted in favour that the
president be summoned to the house again.
3) Hon Mike Oragwa presented the standing order which was
put to vote and adopted by the 24th house of the student
representative council
4) The committee for the  legislative week was inaugurated by the
Speaker with Hon. Emmanuella ,the Deputy speaker of the house as Chairman, other
members include Hon. Miracle Iloduba, Hon. Michael Oragwa, Hon Chiemerie Umeh, Hon
MIcheal Okechukwu, Hon Augustine Nwankwo and Hon Chidi.
5) On bills and motions, Hon Micheal Oragwa on behalf of the
Ethics & Privileges committee moved the motion that the SRC be given its entitlement
and transport pass by the Union. Hon Muna moved the motion for adoption which
was seconded by Hon JohnPaul. The motion was adopted by the Speaker.
The Plenary session was adjourned by the Chief Clerk, Hon
JohnPaul who moved the motion for adjournment which was seconded by Hon.
Miracle while Hon. Michael Oragwa said the closing prayers at around 6:31pm.

~Godspower Jecil,Political Correspondent( Legislature) for
Unizikmata blog

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