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DERIVATIVES FROM THE FIRST PLENARY OF THE ESAN 4TH LEGISLATIVE HOUSE, UNIVERSITY OF UYO CHAPTER

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DERIVATIVES FROM THE FIRST PLENARY OF THE ESAN 4TH LEGISLATIVE HOUSE, UNIVERSITY OF UYO CHAPTER

At about 3:03pm of 9th December, 2021, the maiden plenary of the ESAN 4th Legislative House commenced at Room 20 of The Faculty of Education block. The Speaker in his opening speech thanked God for a successful kick-off of the the Faculty’s legislative business while also congratulating fellow Parliamentarians on their respective victory at the polls. He took ample time admonishing them to be accountable for the trust and mandate of their constituents by offering them effective and transparent representation.

The motions brought before the floor the Legislative House were:

  1. ” A MOTION SEEKING FOR THE CREATION OF SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLE FOR ESAN LEGISLATIVE HOUSE”. The motion was duly moved by Hon. Samuel Brownson (Department of Educational Technology/Library Science) and was rightly seconded by Hon. Emmanuel G. Dan (Department of Curriculum Studies). The motion was duly passed by 2/3 majority of the House and sent to the appropriate committee for execution.
  2. “A MOTION FOR THE AUTHENTICATION OF DUES PAYMENT”. The motion was duly moved by Hon. Akwaodudu King (Department of Educational Technology/Library Science) and was rightly seconded by Hon. John Anthony (Department of Business Education). The motion was decorously passed by 2/3 majority decision of the House and sent to the appropriate committee for execution.

The bill brought before the floor of the Legislative House was:

  1. A BILL: “TO CLEARLY ENSHRINE IN THE SOLIDARITY CONSTITUTION OF THE EDUCATION STUDENTS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (ESAN), UNIVERSITY OF UYO CHAPTER, THE PROCESSES AND PROCEDURES TO COVER THE IN HOUSE ELECTIONS OF THE ESAN LEGISLATIVE HOUSE”. The bill was sponsored by Hon. Emmanuel G. Dan (Department of Curriculum Studies) and co-sponsored by Hon. Samuel Brownson (Department of Educational Technology/Library Science). The Bill successfully passed its first reading.

Distinguished Members of Parliament (MP) were in like manner, appointed into various committees to serve in capacities that will further push for the growth of the House.

The plenary ended at about 5:58pm.

Hon. Dan Emmanuel Godwin
Chairman, Committee on Information and Media

Rt. Hon Eugene Nesfield
Speaker, ESAN 4th Legislative House

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