Rivers State House of Assembly

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Rivers State House of Assembly
8th Rivers State House of Assembly
Type
Type
History
Founded 1979
Leadership
Deputy Speaker
Leader of the House
Deputy Leader
Loolo Demabari, PDP
Structure
Seats 32
Length of term
4 years
Meeting place
Rivers State House of Assembly.jpg
Moscow Road, Old GRA, Port Harcourt
Rivers State
Website
Rivers State House of Assembly

Rivers State House of Assembly is the legislative branch of the Government of Rivers State inaugurated in 1979. It is a unicameral body with 32 members elected into 32 state constituencies. The current Speaker of the State Assembly is Rt. Hon. Adams Dabotorudima.[1]

History[edit]

Powers[edit]

Qualifications[edit]

Composition[edit]

Members of the Rivers State House of Assembly[edit]

The 8th Rivers State House of Assembly consists of 32 elected representatives from each constituency

Constituency Representative
Abua–Odual Marshall Stanley Uwom
Ahoada East I Martyns Mannah
Ahoada East II Ehie Ogerenye Edison
Ahoada West Okpokiri-Okpokiri
Akuku-Toru I Jack Major
Akuku-Toru II Tonye Alalibo
Andoni Ikuinyi O. Ibani
Asari-Toru I Granville Wellington
Asari-Toru II Enemi George
Bonny Abinye Blessing Pepple
Degema Farah Dagogo
Eleme Josiah John Olu
Emohua Ogeh Samuel
Etche I Opurum Iroanya
Etche II Tony Uchechukwu Ejiogu
Gokana Ngbulelo Israel
Ikwerre Oguguo Anslem
Khana I Deeyah Bariene
Khana II Dinebari Loolo
Obio-Akpor I Martins Amaewhule
Obio-Akpor II Michael O. Chinda
Ogba–Egbema–Ndoni I Christian Ihiakwo
Ogba–Egbema–Ndoni II Uwaji Nathaniel
Ogu–Bolo Evans Bipi
Okrika Adams Dabotorudima
Omuma Kelechi Godspower Nwogu
Opobo–Nkoro Diri Kelly Adonye
Oyigbo Chisom Promise Dike
Port Harcourt I Ogbonda Wene
Port Harcourt II Ihunwo Nyeche
Port Harcourt III Adoki Tonye Smart
Tai Ngbar Amulele
Clerk of the House Ogele Emmanuel Amaewhule

Committees[edit]

  • Public Accounts
  • House Services
  • Training & Information
  • Finance
  • Judiciary
  • Local Government
  • Works
  • Women Affairs
  • Commerce & Industry
  • Agriculture
  • Water resources
  • Education
  • Youth Employment & Empowerment
  • Social Welfare & Rehabilitation/ Pilgrims Board SIEC Budget
  • Commissions & Agencies
  • Rules & Business Committee
  • Public petitions
  • Ethics & Privileges
  • UBE
  • Sustainable Development / Emergency Relief
  • Transport
  • Health
  • Power
  • Energy & Natural Resources
  • Chieftancy & Community Affairs
  • Land, Housing & Urban Development
  • Sports
  • Environment
  • Bills and Motions
  • Employment

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