The Anambra State House of Assembly on Tuesday held its last plenary for the 6th Assembly, while also announcing that its next assembly would be inaugurated Wednesday.
The last plenary session saw the dissolution of the 7th Assembly that was constituted in 2015.
The dissolution of the House followed a letter of proclamation from the State Governor, Chief Willie Obiano, dissolving the House which was read by the Speaker, Barrister Mrs. Rita Maduagwu.
Addressing members during the sitting, the Speaker, Mrs Rita Maduagwu, thanked members for their hard work and commitment to the legislative business, which she said engendered a good working relationship with other arms of government in the state.
“I can proudly say that our legislation in the past four years have benefitted the good people of Anambra State through the cordial relationship between the Executive and the Legislatives.
“I must also commend the House for working hard to take Anambra State to the higher level.”
She said the sixth Assembly performed well with as much as over 90 people oriented bills for the good and development of the state.