Wike vs Fubara: Rivers Finance Commissioner, Kamalu resigns

Isaac Kamalu has resigned as River State Commissioner of Finance after he was redeployed to the Employment Generation and Economic Empowerment Ministry by Governor Simi Fubara.

Kamalu, who served as commissioner for Budget and Economics under former Nyesom Wike and current Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, disclosed this on Tuesday in a letter to Governor Fubura and the Secretary to the Government, Tammy Danagogo.

He accused Fubara of lying about the internally generated revenue of Rivers State.

“In view of the above, I find it difficult to accept the redeployment; I do not accept it. I reject it and convey my immediate resignation as Commissioner and Member of the River State Executive Council with effect from the date of this letter”, the letter reads.

Earlier, we reported that Zacchaeus Adangor, Commissioner for Justice and Attorney-General of the State, had resigned, citing a similar issue.

The developments come months after President Bola Ahmed Tinubu brokered a peace pact between Fubara and Wike amid an untamed political faceoff between the duo.

Recall that in the build-up to the Fubara and Wike crisis, Kamalu had resigned as commissioner but was reinstated in line with the peace pact.

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  1. Let him resign and get to hell. People will always be there to replace them, as resign.
    Let then go and join that their antichrist fct minister

  2. Wike has really really brainwashed these people's brains. Last last they will all regret their actions against the state and not just the Governor.

  3. The Governor is struggling to understand the first law of power " Never outshine the master"

  4. If you will outshine your master, make sure the master is powerless

  5. When people are dying of hunger and committing suicide you are bothering us with wike vs fabura.

  6. So because you are hungry people should stop doing their job?


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