Cross River Assembly Confirms 18 Commissioner Nominees, 21 Left

In Breaking News, Politics

By Agency Reporter

The Cross River State House of Assembly has granted consequential confirmation of 15 more nominees for appointment as Commissioners by the Governor.

The confirmation followed the presentation of report by the House Committee on Judiciary, Public Service Matters, Public Petition and Conflict Resolution headed by Hon. Efa Esua which was saddled with the responsibility of screening the nominees.

In the report, the Committee concluded that the nominees were found fit to be appointed as members of the State Executive Council.

The Speaker, Hon. Eteng Jonah Williams charged the nominees to reciprocate the confidence reposed in them by the State Governor by working very hard to take the State to higher heights.

Speaking to newsmen after the confirmation, one of the nominees and former Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Barr. Rosemary Archibong expressed appreciation to the Governor for the reappointment.

The confirmation process is ongoing as Governor Ayade had forwarded 39 nominees to the Assembly out of which 18 have so far been confirmed.

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