The wind of change blowing in Delta State Executive Council may soon blow no good, as Governor Ifeanyi Okowa may soon make the biggest political mistake of his life, Secret Reporters has authoritatively learned.
Reliable sources revealed that the new Commissioner in charge of Culture and Tourism, Asupa Forteta and his colleague in Basic Education, Chiedu Ebie will soon be bidding goodbye to the State Executive Council, and this is authoritative. The Secretary to the State Government, Festus Agas, will be announcing their exit this month end or first week of March. Their letters of disengagement will soon be ready.
Both of them are gunning for elective positions in 2019 and that law stipulates that all political appointees should resign six months to the commencement of campaign. Asupa intends to represent Burutu Constituency I in the State House of Assembly, while Ebie is gunning for Ika Federal Constituency.
Frank Omare who’s the immediate past Commissioner for Environment has been scheming to get John Nani out of the position and redeployed to another ministry. He has been plotting this for months revealed an insider within his camp.
If he fails to get the Environment ministry, his next bet is to hijack Lands and Survey, once some persons resign from the cabinet and Okowa carries out reshuffling.
Omare was the one who signed away over a billion Naira to Ayiri Emami and a fake company in London from the Delta State coffers as a Commissioner under Ex. Gov. Emmanuel Uduaghan.
His coming back as a member of the executive council which we gathered Okowa has conceded to, is to allegedly continue the looting which he didn’t complete in 2015.