See List: Rivers House of Assembly screens nominees for state Civil Service Commission

The Rivers House of Assembly, on Wednesday, screened and approved nominees for the state’s Civil Service Commission, Judicial Service Commission and State Independent Electoral Commission. 

The Speaker of the house, Mr Ikunyi Ibani, made this known at the plenary of the House in Port Harcourt. Ibani said that the names of the nominees, as submitted by Gov. Nyesom Wike, were screened and found to be qualified and experienced to handle the affairs of the state. 

“The candidates are experienced through their curriculum vitae and their past records of service should be approved as members of the commissions. 

“We have heard from their answers to various questions asked to them by this house and we believe that they will serve the interest of the state and not their own interest if appointed.’’ Mr Martins Amaewhul (PDP- Obio/Akpor Constituency 1), supported the approval of the nominees, saying that those nominated for the Judicial Service Commission were qualified and experienced to serve.

 Amaewhule said that the candidates screened to serve the state should know that they were nominated to stand for justice. He also said that they would be removed if they derailed from their assignments. 

Mr Uwaji Nathaniel (PDP- Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Constituency 11), said that the nominees for the State Electoral Commission were not of questionable character and should be approved by the house to serve the state. The house unanimously approved all the nominees for the various Commissions. 

The Nominees for the State Judicial Service Commission are Prof. Nsirim Nduka, Mr Osima Giniah, Mrs Assa Nwinia and Mr Friday Abigo. The nominees for the State Civil Service Commission are Chief Oris Ongiri, Chief Mike Elechi, Mr GodsPower Nwogu, Mr Tony Philmore and Mrs Sotonye Fulton. Those for the State Independent Electoral Commission are Dr Chimaroke Mgbah, Mr Kombo Johnson, Dr. Ebirien Fubara, Dr A. Nwaido and Retired Justice U.I Uriri.





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