- Special Adviser to Ebonyi state governor David Umahi has penned a controversial resignation letter to the governor
- The erstwhile aide on Business development, Deaconness Emerald Udeakaji, cited family reasons for her decision to resign from the government.
- In her resignation letter, she said she decided to resign to save her family which is threatening to go south
In what appears to be an unexpected move, an aide to the Governor of Ebonyi state has resigned from the government.
The erstwhile aide who before her resignation served as the Special Adviser to the governor on business development opened a can of worms as to why she quitted the government.
In her resignation letter dated Wednesday, December 30, 2020, seen by Legit.ng, Deaconness Udeakaji said that the resignation became necessary in order to save her marriage.
She maintained that during the course of her service to the state, she had given 100 per cent loyalty but now it is coming at the expense of her family.
The resignation letter addressed to Governor Umahi reads:
“I sincerely want to thank His Excellency and Her Excellency and the entire Umahi family for the opportunity they gave to me to serve in this government,.
“Thank you so much Sir and Ma. My resignation is borne out of family issues. I have given my 100% loyalty to this government but my family is tearing apart.
“The Bible says, ‘Woman be submiss*ive to your husband’. The Bible also said that ‘two shall become one’. As a Deaconess as I am, I have to go back and study my scripture very well. In obedience to these scriptures, I decided to resign and save my marriage.
“I sincerely and most humbly appreciate all that you have done for me. I am not an ungrateful person and can never be. Please bear with me for my children’s sake. I wish you well in your future political endeavor. Thank you, Your Excellency and remain blessed”
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported how Godwin Obaseki's aide Agatha Onos resigned from office to join Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu.
Onos, in a letter to the governor that confirms her latest decision, said that the move was born out of loyalty to her party and has nothing to do with personal interest.
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