BREAKING: Fubara Vows to Probe Wike’s Administration, to Set up Panel of Inquiry

Governor Sir Siminalayi Fubara of Rivers State has pledged to investigate the activities of the state government over the past eight years.

He made this declaration during the swearing-in ceremony of Dagogo Iboroma, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, as the new Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice of Rivers State.

Earlier today, Iboroma underwent screening and confirmation as the Commissioner designate.

Fubara urged Iboroma to promptly establish a panel of inquiry to scrutinize the state government’s actions over the last eight years.

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He pointed fingers at his adversaries, accusing them of purposefully undermining his administration.

Despite his initial hopes for an amicable resolution, he pledged to take resolute actions, regardless of their potential repercussions.

Addressing criticisms from former Attorney General Zacchaeus Adangor (SAN) and Ministry of Works counterpart Alabo George-Kelly, Governor Fubara accused Adangor of obstructing governmental affairs with his legal maneuvers.

Regarding George-Kelly’s remarks, the governor asserted that the latter would have attained a higher rank had it not been for retirement.

Governor Fubara recounted his career progression, stating that he had reached Level 13 as Chief Account Officer prior to 2023, and attributed his current position as Governor to divine providence, despite any past discrepancies.

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