Delta State House of Assembly
Need for a re-invigorated NDDC board - Part 2
Unfortunately, after spending millions, only the forms for that election was over a million, we paid Eight hundred and fifty thousand to the national and another two hundred thousand
Delta Assembly holds public hearing on open grazing Bill July 26
The Delta State House of Assembly will on Monday, July 26, 2021, hold a public hearing on a bill for the regulation of livestock breeding, rearing, and marketing
Delta State Assembly pledges speedy action on herders/farmers bill, others
Speaker of Delta State House of Assembly (DTHA), Sheriff Oborevwori, has disclosed that the House will facilitate debate and passage of the herdsmen/farmers law
Delta governor Okowa presents N367 billion 2019 budget to State Assembly
Delta State governor, Dr Ifeanyi Okowa, Wednesday presented a budget estimate of N367, 095,083,451 billion for the 2019 fiscal year to the State House of Assembly. The budget christened “Budget of Sustainable Growth” has infrastructural development and education on its priority list. Okowa said N79.6 billion is earmarked for road infrastructure and N26.8 billion for…
Delta lawmakers to clamp down on unapproved private schools
Worried over the low quality of education in private schools, the Delta State House of Assembly has unveiled plans to clamp down on unapproved and unregistered private educational institutions in the state.
Delta House asks firm to refund N7.4b for Asaba-Ughelli road project
The Delta State House of Assembly yesterday recommended that ULO Consults, the contractor handling the 46 kilometers section of the Asaba-Ughelli road should refund the N7.4 billion it collected for the project due to non-performance.
Delta gets new electoral act as Okowa signs DSIEC, other bills into laws
Ahead of the local councils elections in Delta State, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa yesterday signed the Delta State Independent National Electoral Commission (DSIEC) Bill into law.
Delta lawmakers approve N1 billion loan request
The loan would be used for the 50 per cent counterpart contribution of the state government required to access the N2 billion provided by the Federal Government for the development of Basic Education in the country.