A Senior Technical Assistant to Governor David Umahi of Ebonyi State, Monday Kenneth Eze, has resigned his appointment.
Akelicious reports that Eze, the former SA on Media and Publicity, has joined the growing list of aides to resign from Governor Umahi’s administration.
His resignation letter was addressed to the Governor through the Secretary to Ebonyi Government.
Eze said the exit was “pursuant to the dictates of my conscience and my rights as enshrined in the 1999 Constitution”.
He thanked Governor Umahi, former colleagues and the people of Ebonyi for the opportunity to serve the state.
On March 30th, the Special Assistant to Governor Umahi on School Monitoring, Ogbonnia Oko Enyim, resigned his appointment.
In November, Egwu Chidiebere, the Special Assistant on Internal Security and Public Utilities (Urban) left.
One week earlier, Commissioner for Inter-Governmental Affairs, Lazarus Ogbee stepped down.
The development has been linked to reasons, including Umahi’s defection to the All Progressives Congress (APC) from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)