Link www.nigerianobservernews.com Raynosa must read this!! Commissioners-Designate: EDHA announces names By THOMPSON ERHOMONSELE BENIN CITY The names of 18 Commissioners-designate for Edo State were yesterday in Benin City announced by the state House of Assembly. The nominees are : Dr. Joseph B. Lakoju (Akoko Edo), Dr. Moses Momoh (Etsako Central), Mr. Clem Agba (Etsako East) , Chief Lucky James (Etsako West), Mr. Abdul Oroh (Owan East), Mr. Alex Okoh (Esan South East), Mr. Akhere Vincent (Esan North East), Mr. Oriaifoh Idemudia (Esan Central), Comrade Didi Adodo (Esan West) and Mr. John Osagie (Igueben). Other nominees are: Mr. Osunde Lordnard (Egor), Mrs. Sarah Adetugboboh (Ikpoba Okha), Mr. Erhauyi A. Obayagbonna (Ovia South West), Barr. Osagie Obayuwana (Ovia North East) Mr. Victor Enoghama (Oredo), Dr. (Mrs.) Ngozi Osarenren (Uhunmwode), Mr. Ahonsi I. Unuigbe (Owan West) and Mr. Jackson A. Eribo (Orhionmwon). The list of the nominees is contained in a letter from the state Governor, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, addressed to the Speaker of the state House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Zakawanu Garuba and he requested the House to give it a positive and accelerated consideration and gave the House his assurances of the highest esteem. The Speaker urged all Commissioners-designate to forward 30 copies of their Curriculum Vitae (C.V) and other relevant documents to the House by 4:00 p.m. yesterday and that they must be present in the Chambers of the House by 10.00 a.m. today for screening. Hon. Zakawanu expressed readiness of the Parliament to work with the state government towards ensuring that the people got the dividends of democracy. He thanked the people and the press for their understanding and solicited for their co-operation, pointing out that members of the public should not hoard any information concerning the nominees and that the presence of the lawmakers in the Chambers showed they were prepared to work for the good of the state. Beside emphasising that there was no conflict between the state government and the House, he warned detractors to allow the state move forward. During plenary, the Speaker disclosed that the state government had responded substantially to the resolution of the House concerning the re- instatement of Permanent Secretaries, Directors and the sacked workers of Edo City Transport Service (ECTS). He later announced that a member of the House of Assembly, Hon. Jude Ise Idehen lost his mother last Sunday and that after sitting, the legislators would pay a condolence visit to their bereaved colleague.