BREAKING: Fubara's Commissioner Dumps Cabinet, Gives Reason

BREAKING: Fubara's Commissioner Dumps Cabinet, Gives Reason

  • Rivers state commissioner for education Professor Chinedu Mmon has announced his resignation from Governor Siminalayi Fubara's cabinet
  • Mmon's resignation came two weeks after two commissioners dumped the cabinet following their redeployment
  • In his resignation letter, Mmon stated that the working conditions under Governor Fubara have become toxic and affecting governance

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Port Harcourt, Rivers - Governor Siminalayi Fubara's commissioner for education, Professor Chinedu Mmon, has dumped the cabinet of the Rivers state government, citing toxic working conditions.

Mmon was said to be another loyalist of the former governor of the state and the current minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Nyesom Wike.

Professor Chinedu Mmon, the commissioner for education in Rivers state has become latest Governor Siminalayi Fubara's cabinet member who tendered his resignation on Wednesday, May 15, saying the work space had become toxic.
Rivers commissioner for education resigned Photo Credit: @kc_journalist, @SimFubaraKSC
Source: Twitter

The former commissioner for education is the third appointee who resigned from Fubara's cabinet. The first two commissioners are Professor Zacchaeus Adangor, attorney-general and Commissioner for Justice, and Hon. Isaac Kamalu, former commissioner for finance.

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Why Adangor and Kamalu resigned from Fubara's cabinet

Adangor and Kamalu resigned from Fubara's cabinet after the governor directed their redeployment to the ministry of special duties (governor's office) and ministry of employment generation and empowerment.

Mmon's resignation letter, dated May 15, 2024, was addressed to Governor Fubara through the secretary to the state government (SSG). He said the reason for his resignation was because the workspace under the governor had become toxic.

The resignation letter reads in part:

“It is a truism that a calm and friendly environment would stimulate efficient service delivery and enhanced productivity. It is, however, unfortunate to note that my current workspace has become toxic and no longer guarantees a favourable environment to enable me to realize my set targets for the education sector in the state."

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This is coming days after the governor received an impeachment threat from the state assembly.

See the resignation letter here:

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