Thursday, August 9, 2018

Akpabio: Akwa Ibom Sacks Two Commissioners

Image result for Akpabio: Akwa Ibom Sacks Two Commissioners    Akwa Ibom State Government has sacked Mr Victor Antai, the Commissioner for Culture and Tourism, and Mr. Ibanga Akpabio, his Labor and Productivity partner, from the state Executive Council.

The sacked Commissioners are required to empty their workplaces with prompt impact.

This was contained in a discharge marked by Dr. Emmanuel Ekuwem, the Secretary to the State Government and made accessible to our reporter in Uyo on Wednesday.

The administration in the discharge said the two chiefs must be expelled from the State Executive Council following their hesitance to conform to great administration procedures of government.

With the advancement, Mr. Victor Antai and Mr. Ibanga Akpabio had been ordered to handover to the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry before shutting of work on Wednesday.we watched that Ibanga Akpabio, one of the sacked officials who is Sen. Godswill Akpabio's more youthful sibling, has straightforwardly shown his political position since his senior sibling's deserting was affirmed, while Antai was located openly romancing and waving banners to get Senator Godswill Akpabio at the air terminal.

Giving more knowledge into the sack of the two officials from the state official chamber, Mr. Charles Udoh, the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, said there must be one ruler in a state at a time.Udoh said late activities and exercises of the previously mentioned individuals from the state official committee were hostile to the solidarity of the state official and the whole Akwa Ibom State.While distinguishing Governor Udom Emmanuel as a one of a kind successor who has kept on agreeing such a great amount of regard to his antecedent, Senator Godswill Akpabio, and has kept on seeing him as a guide, he, in any case, noticed that power is from God and no man ought to along these lines play god in the life of a kindred human.

He urged Akwa Ibom individuals to keep on keeping the confidence and work to advance the current peace and solidarity in the state.

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