Edo State House of Assembly Standing Committee on Information, Youth, Sports and Special Duties today recommended that the Managing Director of Royal Alliance Limited be sued

For breach of contract for supplying six out of ten kilowatts transmitter ordered by the state government for Edo Broadcasting Service

The recommendations was contained in the report of the committee presented at plenary by the Chairman and member representing Esan North East Constituency One, Mr Francis Okiye

Presenting the report of the standing committee on the visit to Edo Broadcasting Service Aduwawa and the Ministry of Communication and Orientation , Chairman of the Committee Mr Okiye said the legislative oversight was geared towards exposing corruption and inefficiency .

The Committee Chairman highlighted some observations from the legislative oversight which include the supply of a six kilowatts transmitter by the contractor instead of a ten kilowatts ordered by the state government.

The committee also reported the alleged refusal of the of the Managing Director of Royal Alliance limited to appear before it ,encroachment on landed property of EBS and threat to industrial harmony following the redeployment of a large portion of professional staff to ministries .

The Speaker Marcus Onobun urged members to study the report while the Clerk Alhaji Yahaya Omogbai slate it for consideration for a later date.

Debate on the consideration of the “bill for a law to establish the Edo State Mortgage Agency and regulate Mortgage Creation ,Foreclosure and Enforcement of Mortgages in real property and connected purposes” slated for second reading was kicked off by Majority Leader Henry Okhuarobo. Okhuarobo said the bill if passed will expose Edo people to available opportunities in mortgage.

The Speaker assured that a robust discussion and engagement will be accorded the bill which was slated for consideration on a later date .

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