Poor communication between government, legislature delaying appointment of Chief Choose in Cross River – CRSHA

The Cross River State Home of Meeting has exonerated itself from the non-confirmation of the State Chief Choose two weeks after the expiration of the tenure of the Appearing Chief Choose, Justice Maurice Odey Eneji

Talking with DAILY POST on behalf of the Speaker, Hon Williams Jonah’s Eteng on Tuesday by way of telephone, the Chief Press Secretary to the Speaker, Hope Obeten regretted the non-appointment of the Chief Choose however blamed it on poor communication between the State Government arm of presidency and the State Meeting

“Let me reply on behalf of the Speaker, there isn’t any letter earlier than the Home for affirmation of anyone as Chief Choose or appearing Chief Choose, we are able to solely act on what has been introduced earlier than us

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“As I communicate to you, there isn’t any letter or communication from the Government Arm of presidency in that respect, both from the Governor or NJC earlier than us, you already know the method is that they should ship the letter once more, for the Home to behave however for now, there may be none.

“The Home has no blame within the saga regardless that the vacuum has been created and for the lawmakers, it isn’t one thing that we needs to be very enthusiastic about, it has been mentioned in government classes, as quickly because the letter is introduced by the chief, the Home will do the needful and act on it instantly

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“The Home can solely act inside its personal powers. We can not go forward to verify or to not verify if there isn’t any letter earlier than us. Each arm of presidency has its personal operate and the Meeting won’t override the chief. For now, we’re ready for the chief or governor Ben Ayade for the letter” he said.

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