Chairman of Etsako Central Local Government Area, Hon. Solomon Obomighie, has presented an official vehicle to the legislative arm of the local government to improve the speed of legislative responsibilities.

Presenting the vehicle to the leader of the legislative arm, Hon. Cyphas Mohammed, the chairman Hon. Solomon Obomighie said as a separate arm of government, and with their legislative responsibilities, there was a need to have a vehicle that would ease their movement, especially during their oversight functions.

Hon. Obomighie said his commitment to improving the working relationship with the legislative arm knows no bound to ensure effectiveness of the development of the local government to the grassroots through the legislators to the people.

The council boss, while appealing to the leader to ensure that the vehicle is used judiciously for the purpose in which it is presented for the benefit of mankind, called for more surport, cooperation and understanding to carry out their respective responsibility promised the people during their electioneering campaigns.

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The chairman expressed his appreciation to the legislative arm for their contributions, support and cooperation so far recorded in the developmental strides, and reassured them that his office was always open for everyone for more advice, suggestions, contributions and most especially constructive criticism that could be of beneficial to move the local government forward.

Speaking on behalf of other councillors, the leader, Hon. Cyphas Mohammed, expresses sincere gratitude to the executive chairman for his generosity and unwavering dedication to the advancement of Etsako Central LGA.

Hon Mohamed however promised their unwavering loyalty, commitment, dedication, support and cooperation with the executive chairman to bring dividend of democracy to the people at the grassroots and to also make Etsako Central Local Government Area as the most peaceful with good working relationship with both the executive and legislative arms of the local government in the state.