By Binebai Princewill
The Warri South West Local Government Legislative Arm had on Thursday passed a vote of confidence on Hon. Taiye Duke Tuoyo, Chairman Warri South West Local Government Council for his outstanding performance over the years.
Motion for the vote of confidence was moved on the council boss while closing plenary on Thursday 23rd to end the session for the year 2021.
The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide can report that the motion for a vote of confidence was moved on the chairman of Warri South West Local Government Council, Hon Taiye Tuoyo Duke for his outstanding performance In his second term in office.
According to the mover of the motion Rt. Hon. Stanley governor, Deputy Leader, Warri South West Legislative Arm, he noted that the motion has become necessary owing to the fact that the council boss have performed overwhelmingly in the various critical sectors.
However, in what appeared as an amended motion, after supporting the vote of confidence passed on the council Chairman, Hon. (Barr) Jeffery Pere Oromoni noted that the leader of the legislative arm, Rt. Hon. Emiko Odin-etuwewe, deserves a vote of confidence as well for his charismatic and diplomatic approach in piloting the affairs of the legislative House, a motion that was massively supported by the chief whip of the house, Hon Enengho who said he is happy that with all the storms that had happened in the house, the leader still remained firm and resolute in the discharge of his legislative duties as leader of the House.
The necessity of the motion include what is stated below, the motions were affirmed by the several councilors present in the plenary session.
Nevertheless, after heaping praises on the chairman as regards the completion of the constructed Road at Ajudaibo, the secretariat fence at Ogbe Ijoh, Health center in Isaba, welfare of councilors and other important projects across the Local Government.
The Councillors particularly described Tuoyo and his pattern of administration as equal to none.
The Ogbe-Ijoh Ward councilor, Hon. (Barr.) Jeffrey Pere Oromoni said Taiye’s Commitment in ensuring that peace and normalty returns to ogbe Ijoh after an age long crisis between his ward and the Aladja people is loudable.
In a similar manner, Hon Stanley Ukusanren of Bobi Olobe said he is overwhelmed with the welfare stride of the chairman since the inception of the 6th assembly while Hon. Jonathan, councillor representing Diebiri Ward had maintained that the chairman has proven positively beyond imagination in the piloting of the Council’s affairs, adding that Tuoyo is indeed an epitome of good governance.