C’River State House of Assembly Denies Suspension Reports, Emphasises Commitment to Legislative Duties

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Cross River StateThe Cross River State House of Assembly has refuted recent claims circulating in certain media outlets, notably from a source called “The Beagle News,” regarding the suspension of plenary sessions. In a statement released by the Chief Press Secretary to the Speaker, Matthew Okache, the Assembly clarified that these reports are inaccurate and misleading NEGROIDHAVEN can report.

The statement emphatically asserts that the Cross River State House of Assembly has not suspended its plenary sessions. Under the leadership of the Speaker, Rt Hon. Elvert Ayambem, the House is functioning seamlessly, maintaining a robust and harmonious relationship with the Governor of Cross River State, Sen. Prince Bassey Edet Otu.

The clarification addresses the absence of a significant number of Assembly members, who had traveled to attend the inauguration of ministers from Cross River State. Presently, some of these members are facing challenges in securing return flights to Calabar due to flight availability issues.

In light of this situation, the statement underscores the importance of relying on credible and verified sources of information to prevent misinterpretation and misunderstandings. It emphasises that the Cross River State House of Assembly remains steadfast in its legislative responsibilities, prioritizing the interests of the people.

The statement encourages the public to dismiss any misinformation propagated by unreliable sources and instead seek accurate information from legitimate channels. It reiterates the Assembly’s unity and commitment to serving the citizens, while fostering a harmonious relationship with the executive branch for the advancement of the state.



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