by crossriverwatch admin
Crossriverwatch has gathered from insiders in the Imoke administration that the governor will reshuffle his cabinet on his return from his medical leave in the United States of America.
Since Senator Imoke left for the US about two months now, officials of the administration have continued to churn out conflicting statements as to the true position of the governor’s state of health and this has helped to fuel so many rumours and speculations including the rumoured death of the governor.
A source who has visited the governor in his Ellicott City, US home told crossriverwatch that: “the governor will definitely reshuffle his cabinet on arrival. He has been quite unhappy with the way information about his trip to the US has been handled. He is also not happy about the role that some administration insiders including commissioners are also playing in the prevalent rumours about his state of health in the State and the country as a whole. The trip actually afforded his Excellency the opportunity to measure the commitment of some of his so called loyalists most of whom are now spreading falsehood about him thinking he will not find out”.
While a statement from the office of the S.A. Media/Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Christian Ita said the governor had proceeded on a two months accumulated leave, the state commissioner for information, Mr. Akin Rickets said the governor went for medical check up and was advised to stay behind by the doctors.
Senators Ben Ayade and Ndoma Egba and Hon. Bassey Ewa, have all visited the governor in his US home and have returned to say the governor is hale and hearty while Hon. Daniel Asuquo is said to be visiting the governor as at the time of filing this report.
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