The Ondo State House of Assembly has said it would begin full legislative business tomorrow.
The hallowed chamber had proceeded on what it called 'working recess' three weeks ago, during which it was attending to urgent legislative matters.
But speaking with The Hopeyesterday in a telephone conversation, Majority Leader of the House, Hon. Olugbenga Araoyinbo, disclosed that the working recess has ended and that full legislative business would resume tomorrow.
The lawmaker representing Akoko North-West State Constituency 2, emphasised that the Assembly is 100 percent ready to emplace good governance in the state through robust legislative engagements.
He said while on working recess, many important legislative matters were attended to, just as members were also attending conferences and seminars within and outside the state which would better the lives of the people of the state.
"We will definitely resume fully by Tuesday this week. We are eager to kick start the business of the House. Apart from the fact that we were on working recess, we have been doing a lot of things including committee issues.
"We have been going for conferences and seminars that will better the lives of our people in the state. As I'm talking to you now the Speaker and other members of the House are in Akwa-Ibom state for a very important seminar too", the Majority Leader said.
Araoyinbo urged the people of the state to remain calm as serious and full legislative activities would commence this week