Rivers State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara, has charged his new Chief of Staff, Edison Ehie and other appointees against politics of bitterness and witch-hunt, advocating service and transparency.
Fubara speaking after the swearing ceremony of the former lawmaker as his Chief of Staff and five others as Special Advisers at the Executive Council Chambers, urged them to set aside partisanship and contribute to the growth of the state.
According to the Governor, his administration has surrendered the political situation in the state to God with a strong belief that God will resolve whatever issue that is left in a manner that will prove His supremacy.
Addressing the cabinet members, Governor Fubara directed the Secretary to the State Government, Tammy Danagogo to reassign previous portfolios to the re-appointed commissioners, with eight out of the nine reappointed commissioners present at the event.
The only absentee was the former Commissioner for Special Projects, Emeka Woke, who was also the Chief of Staff when the Minister of the FCT, Nyesom Wike served as governor for 8 years.