Rivers Political Crisis Deepens As Four Commissioners Resign

The resignation of four key commissioners from Governor Siminalayi Fubara's cabinet has cast a long shadow over Rivers State's political climate.

This latest development comes amidst the simmering rivalry between Fubara and former governor Nyesom Wike, raising questions about the influence of Wike's camp within the state government.

The departing commissioners, including Finance Minister Isaac Kamalu and Special Duties chief Emeka Woke, who was close to Wike during his governorship, thanked Fubara in their resignation letters but provided no specific reasons for their decision.

This lack of transparency fuels speculation about potential pressure from the Wike faction within the ruling party. With Attorney General Prof. Zacchaeus Adangor's resignation just the day before, concerns are mounting about potential instability and a possible shift in power dynamics within the Rivers State executive.

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