By Bida Elly Dvaid
Central Equatoria State Reconstituted Transitional Legislative Assembly yesterday adjourned presentation of key motion for vote of no confidence against Commissioner of Kajo-Keji County to Wednesday.
This development came during the State’s Ordinary sitting number fifteen (15) which outlined deliberations and discussions for vote of no confidence against the Commissioner of Kajo-Keji County who was earlier summoned before the August house following number of predicaments in his County.
The sitting was subordinated by swearing in of three Honourable members to the State Legislative Assembly who earlier missed the oath among the 92 sworn in parliamentarians.
Speaking during the opening session for the parliamentary sitting number fifteen, Peter Wani Elia the Speaker for the Central Equatoria State Legislative Assembly said that the three Members would have been sworn in alongside with the 92 parliamentarians who received their oath of office earlier but due to uncertainties, they could not make it.
“Our main second agenda on the presentation for vote of no confidence against the Commissioner of Kajo-Keji County would have been deliberated today (Monday) in our fifteenth sitting. This item on the agenda has been adjourned for the next sitting reason being, the owner of the motion has requested that he wanted to be given time to make further consultations, legal consultations and after that, probably, he would take from there.
Among the sworn in parliamentarians, as read by the Clerk during the session were; Hon. John Lado Tombe from SPLM RTGONU, Hon. Natale Hassen Gale member SPLM- RTGONU, Christine Anite Phillip, Member from SPLM -RTGoNU who never appeared during the first oath made earlier for the 92 Members of the parliament.
Furthermore, Elia affirmed that the major sitting on the presentation of the motion for vote of no confidence against Kajo-Keji Commissioner was procrastinated to give the parliamentarians ample time to gather and evaluate tragedies and impediments from their constituencies especially those from Kajo-Keji.