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Rivers State governor, Siminalayi Fubara have sworn in nine commissioners to his cabinet. The commissioners are those who resigned earlier during the crisis between the governor and his predecessor
Governor Fubara during the swearing in urged the commissioners to engage in activities that will reckon for good when posterity remembers them many years after.
The appointed commissioners whom many believe is in fulfillment of the agreement reached between the governor and his predecessor before President Tinubu in Abuja has cited conscience, personal philosophy, and resolved to pursue family or professional careers among others as reason for their resignation earlier.
But they have returned, about five weeks after resigning, to be reabsorbed and to serve in governor Fubara’s led administration.
Governor Fubara enjoined them to uphold and defend the constitution.
“I wish you well in your coming back, stand for justice, and stand for the interests of our dear state. That is the purpose of your appointment and that is the truth.
“I can see how heavy your hearts are. But I assure you that I don’t have anything against anyone of you. You were caught in between during the crossfire.”
Governor Fubara spoke further: “I will advise that you give your best. Like I said the first time, let this State and posterity remember you for what is good.”