According to Adangor “I never applied to work for Governor Fubara; I was invited to serve under him”

According to Adangor "I never applied to work for Governor Fubara; I was invited to serve under him"Former Rivers State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Prof. Zacchaeus Adangor, has reportedly chastised Governor Siminalayi Fubara for his purported lack of dedication to making amends with his predecessor, Nyesom Wike, according to a report published in the Channels. Adangor, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, delivered a harsh critique of Fubara during an interview on Channels Television’s Politics Today program, saying, “He (Fubara) is not the person people think he is, he is not a peacemaker.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Adangor explained that his decision to resign from Fubara’s cabinet in April stemmed from the governor’s supposed request to challenge the validity of the Presidential Peace Pact initiated by President Bola Tinubu to resolve the feud between Fubara and Wike. Adangor highlighted that his clash with the governor began when he was unexpectedly redeployed from the justice ministry to the Ministry of Special Duties following the Presidential Peace Pact in Abuja, a move he found unjustified, leading to his resignation.

The former justice commissioner vehemently denied Fubara’s accusations that he undermined the administration while serving as attorney general, asserting his loyalty to Wike and clarifying that he did not seek employment under Fubara but was summoned to serve. Despite pressures to return after his initial resignation, Adangor maintained his loyalty to Wike, which seemingly irked Governor Fubara.

Adangor accused Fubara of obstructing efforts to reconcile by preventing him from resuming his duties at Rivers State University, his primary workplace, and refusing to authorize the establishment of a customary court in Adangor’s local community, actions Adangor believes betray Fubara’s alleged lack of commitment to peace.

In light of these developments, Adangor maintains that Governor Fubara’s actions reveal a different persona than what is commonly perceived. Adangor’s revelations shed light on a deeper discord within the Rivers State leadership, raising questions about the commitment to reconciliation and governance in the region.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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  1. It’s really unfortunate that Rivers State has turned to one of those states where even professors are “boy boy” people. Sad and pathetic. But are we surprised when those that supposedly know-it-all will wilfully upturn electoral victories to declare a lower winner!

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