Nasarawa assembly confirms SUBEB chair, 3 permanent members

From Esther Akaa, Lafia

The Nasarawa State House of Assembly (NSHA) has screened and  confirmed, Alhaji Mohammed Dan’Azumi as Executive Chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) and three others as  permanent members of the board.

The State Assembly had on 10 March, 2021, recieved the re-nomination of Alhaji Mohammed Dan’Azumi, the Executive Chairman of SUBEB and three new members as chairman and permanent members of the board from Governor Abdullahi Sule.

The Speaker of the House, Ibrahim Abdullahi, announced their confirmation after the screening of  the SUBEB nominees during the House proceedings held on Monday in Lafia.

Abdullahi urged the SUBEB chairman and the permanent members to justify the confidence reposed in them by discharging their duties without fear or favour and congratulated them on their well-deserved appointments.

He directed the Clerk of the House, Mr  Ego Maikeffi to communicate the confirmation of the nominees to Governor Abdullahi Sule.

“Last week, we received a letter from His Excellency, Gov. Abdullahi Sule nominating Alhaji Mohammed Musa Dan’Azumi as Chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board (NSUBEB) and three other permanent members for screening.

“The 3 other members of the board nominated by the Governor are Sameel Bariki as Permanent member 1 from Akwanga LGA, Musa Sule Usman, Permanent member 2, from Lafia LGA and Joseph Kaura, Permanent member 3, from Karu LGA of the state respectively.

“And today we have screened and confirmed the nominees as sent to the House to serve as Chairman and permanent members of the board,” he said.

He appreciated members of the House for their time, commitment, cooperation and understanding for the successful screening and confirmation of the nominees.

Earlier, Dr Peter Akwe (PDP-Obi 1), from the constituency where the SUBEB chairman hails from, appealed to his colleagues to confirm the SUBEB Chairman, considering his positive contributions to the development of the education sector and the state at large.

“He is doing well and if given another opportunity as SUBEB chairman, he will take the education sector to greater heights,” he said.

The Chairman, House Committee on Education, Daniel Ogazi, said the SUBEB chairman was committed to the development of the education sector in the state, while calling on his colleagues to confirm him in the interest of the education sector and for the over all development of the state.

In another development, a bill for a law to provide for the Levying and Collection of Radio and Television License Rates by Nasarawa State, Regulate the Administration of the Radio and Television License Rates and for Connected Purposes scaled second reading.

The Speaker committed the bill to the House Committee on Information in conjunction with House Committee on Public Account to work on the bill and submit its report to the House on 12 April, 2021.

The Majority Leader of the House, Tanko Tunga, had earlier moved a motion for the bill to scale second reading which was seconded by Danladi Jatau, the Minority Leader of the House.

The House, therefore, unanimously passed the bill for second reading.

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