Rivers Assembly To Re-Screen Nine Commissioners Who Resigned From Fubara’s Cabinet

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The Rivers State House of Assembly led by Rt Hon Martin Amaewhule has invited for screening the nine commissioners who resigned their positions last.

This was contained in a Monday statement by the Clerk of the Rivers State House of Assembly Emeka Amadi.

Recall that part of the 8-point peace agenda signed by Governor Sim Fubara of Rivers State and FCT Minister Nyesom Wike included the reappointment of the commissioners who resigned.

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The statement reads as follows:

“Public Announcement The Rivers State House of Assembly hereby invites the following Commissioner -nominees for screening and confirmation as Members of the Rivers State Executive Council.

1. Zacchaeus Adangor SAN DSSRS
2. ⁠Dr. Jacobson Mbina DSSRS
3. ⁠Dr. Gift Worlu
4. ⁠Mrs Inime Chinwenwo- Aguma DSSRS
5. ⁠Engr. Chukwuemeka Woke FNSE DSSRS
6. ⁠Prof. Prince Chinedu Mmom DSSRS
7. ⁠Dr. George-Kelly D. Alabo FNIQS DSSRS
8. ⁠Hon. Isaac Kamalu DSSRS
9. ⁠Engr. Austin Ben Chioma

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Date: Wednesday 17th January, 2024
Time: 10 am
Venue: Hallowed Chamber, Rivers State House of Assembly, Legislative Quarters, Off PH/Aba Expressway, Port Harcourt.

“Nominees are to come along with 40 sets of Curriculum Vitae (CV), photocopies of their credentials and their originals.”

The move came months after the nominees resigned their positions as commissioners in the Fubara cabinet owing to the political impasse between Wike, the immediate past governor of the state, and Fubara.

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President Bola Tinubu had waded into the crisis and brokered peace between the duo, leading to the signing of an eight-point resolution. Their re-nomination is part of the peace deal.

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