Another Rivers Assembly Speaker resigns

Just in a year, two Speakers of the Rivers State House of Assembly has resigned from office.

Ex-Rivers State Speaker, Adams Dabotorudima

The former incumbent, Adams Dabotorudima, resigned today (Friday, December 30, 2016).

It may be recalled that Dabotorudima’s predecessor in office, Mr. Ikuinyi-Owaji Ibani, resigned on Friday, December 18, 2015, shortly after Governor Nyesom Wike presented the N307bn Appropriation Bill for 2016 before the House.

Ibani was succeeded by Dabotorudima, who represented the Okrika constituency, the same Rivers East Senatorial District as Wike.

And now, Dabotorudima has toed the path of his predecessor in office.

Details later…

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1 Comment

  1. Na wa oh! “Ile sanmi dun j’oye lo”. Meaning it’s sometime better to live in peace with oneself than to live with a Chieftaincy title.

    But check who is actually the. ‘Speaker’; you may discover it’s the Chief Executive Officer of the state just like the anchor man in Ekiti made us understand lately.

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