BREAKING: Fubara Vows To Probe Wike’s Administration


Rivers state governor, Siminalayi Fubara has vowed that his administration will set up a panel of inquiry to probe the last administration.

Fubara spoke on Monday, May 13, after inaugurating Dagogo Iboroma, SAN, as the Attorney-General of the state, following Iboroma’s screening and confirmation by the Victor Oko-Jumbo-led House of Assembly.

It was gathered that the governor lamented the grand-scale sabotage of his administration, saying that the state was in a critical situation.

He said it had become obvious that the political crisis could no longer be resolved.

“Instead of you to close your mouth, you publicly claim that you’re a learned person to tell people that you’re the Chief Law Officer. Chief Law Officer, you were here and went to stand before a Magistrate Court.

“At that time you didn’t remember that you’re a Chief Law Officer going against the ethics of your job.”

Addressing the new AG, the governor said, “You have a big task. As it is today in the local parlance, they say the jungle has matured. We will be setting a panel of inquiry to investigate the affair of governance.”

The governor further said there was a deliberate attempt to sabotage his administration, saying, “If we disagree, no matter how bad it is, it should be resolved.

“But it has become very clear that this disagreement there is no headway to it, and for many reasons, there is very visible evidence that there is sabotage, a deliberate attempt to sabotage this administration.

“Maybe where they are they are telling them nothing will happen, it is happening here live, we have our own legislators that are performing their duties according to the Constitution. So that record is threatened.”

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