Fubara set to probe past administrations

Ogunsakin Mustapha
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Gov Siminalayi Fubara of Rivers State

In a surprise move, Governor Sim Fubara of Rivers State has announced the establishment of a panel of enquiry to investigate the activities of the state government over the past eight years. This revelation came during the swearing-in ceremony of Hon. Dagogo Iboroma as the new Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice.

Governor Fubara charged the newly appointed Commissioner to prepare for the challenging task ahead, as he will be overseeing the setting up of the panel. The panel’s mandate is to thoroughly probe the actions and decisions of the previous administration, uncovering any irregularities, mismanagement, or wrongdoing that may have occurred between 2015 and 2023.

Gov Siminalayi Fubara of Rivers State

The Governor’s announcement has sent shockwaves throughout the political landscape of Rivers State, with many speculating about the motivations behind this move. Some believe it is a bold step towards accountability and transparency, while others see it as a political maneuver to discredit the previous administration.

As the news continues to unfold, one thing is certain – the people of Rivers State are eager to see the outcome of this probe and the potential impact it may have on the future of their beloved state. Details of the panel’s composition, terms of reference, and timeline are still emerging, but one thing is clear: the next chapter in the story of Rivers State’s governance is about to be written.

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