THE Anambra State House of Assembly will reconvene today, after six weeks recess, with a promise by the Speaker, Chief Anayo Nnebe to continue to make laws that would uplift the living standard of the people.
The Speaker said in Awka, that the recess afforded the lawmakers the opportunity to interact with their constituents with a view to finding out their needs.
According to him, the period was also used to commission some of the completed constituency projects and monitor the progress of work on the on-going ones.
Before the recess, the House passed the Bill for the regulation of operation of commercial motorcycles in the state, which had already been signed into law by Governor Peter Obi.
It also passed a Bill that made it a capital offence for persons involved in kidnapping with guns and passed a resolution on the lifting of the ban on employment in the state to make it possible for the teeming unemployed youths in the state to get jobs.
He promised that the legislature would continue to work closely with other arms of government to ensure peace in the state and called on the people to continue to support the House in its activities.