Abi LG Chairman Suspends 5 Appointees For Insubordination

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By Sylvia Etta

Edith Amadi
Edith Amadi

The Executive Chairman of Abi Local Government in Cross River State, Mrs. Edith Amadi, has suspended five of her appointees for insubordination to her authority and office.

A statement from her Chief Press Secretary, Azogor Ideba says the suspension is indefinite and with immediate effect while the affected persons are advised to return any council possession in their care to the office of the Secretary of Council until further notice.

The suspended appointees include:

1. Dermot Akpoke Eja – Special Adviser on Peace & Security

2. Samuel Egbe Eti – Protocol to Leader of Legislative House

3. Ekpe Hilary Emenyi – Special Assistant on Youth & Sports

4. Eyime Emeng Eyime – Special Assistant on Political/ Legislative Matters

5. Samuel Bernard Ekpe – Personal Assistant to Chairman

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