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Delta Speaker Igbuya to hold town hall meeting in Sapele


The Speaker, Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon Monday Igbuya will on Wednesday, August 31 and Thursday, September 1, 2016 meet with the good people of Sapele.

Igbuya will start his strings of meeting on Wednesday in Ugboren, Okuovu and Edegbrode. He will also meet with the people at Amukpe and Okpe Hall on Thursday.

The series of town hall meeting, according to the Chief Press Secretary to the Right Honourable Speaker, Mr. Henry Ebireri, will help individuals and organizations to tap into the opportunities in the current Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) administration in the state.

Ebireri in a statement in Asaba said Igbuya would meet with Non indigenes living in Sapele on Thursday.

“This is an opportunity for the representative of Sapele State Constituency to inform the good people of Sapele about the development plans of the current administration, discuss upcoming legislation and get feedback from voters” the statement said.

The town hall meeting, Ebireri said, would also provide an opportunity for the people to review the past and draw a roadmap for the future.

“This year’s event promises to be unique. Right Honourable Monday Igbuya will talk with constituents about critical issues facing the communities. The meeting will enable the people to rub minds with Igbuya on issues that are relevant to the progress of the constituency. It will also give the people opportunity to ask questions on his activities in the House of Assembly”.

Ebireri implored all stakeholders and good people of Sapele to turn out en masse at the town hall meeting.

“The town hall meeting will allow for divergent opinions and views from various sources. The people are expected to bring their own perspectives and issues to the table. There will be plenty of time for questions and conversation” the statement added.


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