Fubara’s Commissioner resigns to pick up Tinubu’s job

Governor Fubara’s Commissioner for Works has resigned

Rivers State Commissioner for Works, George-Kelly D. Alabo has resigned from his position.

In a statement addressed to Governor Siminalayi Fubara, the former commissioner cited his recent appointment by President Bola Tinubu as the Director-General of the Border Communities Development Agency, BCDA as his reason for resigning.

President Tinubu in a statement on Thursday by his spokesman, Ajuri Ngelale announced the appointment of Alabo.

Ngelale in the statement said, “he President expects that the new Director-General will discharge his duties with integrity, diligence and dedication for the effective administration of the agency, and management of critical policies and programmes in line with the objectives of the Renewed Hope Agenda for border communities development.”

Alabo appreciated the governor for the opportunity to serve the people of Rivers State in his administration.

He was one of the commissioners loyal to the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Nyesom Wike, who resigned during the heat of the political crisis in the state in 2023.

He, however, returned to his position after the intervention of President Tinubu in December 2023, where an eight-point resolution was signed at the Presidential Villa by Fubara, Wike and other important parties to resolve the political impasse in the state.

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