Nwoha was confirmed following the Committee on Establishment and Public Service’s review of a report.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Hon. Amaechi Nwoha has been approved by the Senate to serve on the National Assembly Service Commission as the Commissioner for the South East.
Nwoha was confirmed after the Committee on Establishment and Public Service considered a report, according to the Special Assistant to the Senate President Ezrel Tabiowo in a statement.
On behalf of the Committee Chairman, Senator Ibrahim Shekarau(Kano Central), Senator Smart Adeyemi (Kogi West) presented the report.
“Adeyemi in his presentation said the nominee satisfied the requirement of section 4 of the National Assembly Service Commission Act 2014 as amended.
“According to the lawmaker, Nwoha’s antecedents as a legislator in the Imo State House of Assembly makes him suitable and competent for appointment in the NASC.
“He stated that there was no petition received by the Committee against his nomination as Commissioner.
“Meanwhile, the Senate has passed two bills for concurrence.
“The bills are Climate Change Bill, 2021, and Adeyemi Federal Ini University of Education, Ondo (Establishment) Bill, 2021.
“Both bills for concurrence were sponsored by the Senate Leader, Senator Yahaya Abdullahi (Kebbi North),” the statement said.
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