Christian Madubuko resigns for “threatening his life and sabotage”
Anambra State Government Commissioner Dr. Christian Madubuko has resigned on charges of life-threatening and sabotage.
Madubuko, who most recently served as Commissioner for Arts, Culture and Tourism, submitted his resignation, saying that the sabotage he saw while serving as Commissioner in Anambra is the reason it is difficult. for the development of Nigeria.
Madubuko, a Nigerian educated in Canada, was first appointed Commissioner for Industry, Commerce and Trade, Commissioner for Road, Rail and Waterways, and finally Commissioner for Diaspora and Indigenous Art. , culture and tourism.
It was known that he had an ongoing battle with another commissioner, Mr. Uche Okafor of the Ministry of Transport, a battle that many felt doomed to defeat as Okafor was linked to the governor’s wife, who is believed to be in charge of the state. …
In his resignation letter, Madubuko instructed Governor Obiano to quickly wake up and take charge of the government.
FULL TEXT OF RESIGNATION NOTICE
Dear colleagues, I would like to officially inform you of my resignation.
On December 11, 2020, I resigned from my position as Commissioner. I am pleased to thank all of you for the time we spent together in the service of the state. In fact, it was three years of active lessons, both positive and negative.
I must sincerely thank the Governor for the opportunity to serve. When I was appointed Commissioner in 2018, the Governor instructed me to stop all revenue leaks.
I did it without looking at faces. To fight the corrupt people who hold the state’s revenues by the throat, all sorts of frivolous petitions have been written against me to the governor, accusing me of several wrongdoings, in particular to highlight our party, the APGA, and advise the governor to remove me before I can do more. harm to the party
On several occasions, agents of darkness have tried to bribe me with millions of nairas. I arrested these criminals, whom the governor also welcomed to exco meetings. During these three years, I was transferred to three key state ministries as a commissioner. At first he was Commissioner for Industry, Trade and Trade.
Secondly, he was the Commissioner for Road, Rail and Water Transport, and finally for Diaspora Affairs, Indigenous Arts, Culture and Tourism. In these ministries, I have achieved above average results. After all these events, it became clear that the fight against corruption manifests itself in many forms.
Now I clearly understand why Nigeria (or rather, Africa) will never be able to develop like Europe. I came from Australia to help develop our state, just as some of you have been invited from different parts of the world. True to my conviction, I have worked tirelessly to make this dream come true. In pursuit of this goal, we created mobile courts and imprisoned several income thieves and dramatically increased state revenues, which the Governor welcomed to various EXCO meetings. I have fought against various parasitic interests and have imprisoned many of them. I rose to my feet, risking my own life for the survival of the state.
The fingers I stepped on now save my life. As I speak, I am in danger. On three different occasions I was baptized by unknown gunmen / killers. I was just as violently attacked in the main market in Onitsha by agents of tax criminals. All of these attempts were aimed at preventing me from exposing the people involved in pumping government revenues into their private pockets at the expense of the citizens of Anambra.
I am especially pleased that the Governor has recognized my positive and selfless contributions that have put my life at risk in carrying out my assignments. During the COVID-19 pandemic, my team and I walked around the state day and night to make sure we were protecting our people from the dangerous virus.
I remembered that the governor called me with his wife around 3 a.m. during the pandemic drama and asked me to rest. The Covid Saga shows how bad our system has become.
All our efforts to help the Governor on all sides have, unfortunately, been stolen and cast in a bad light by forces of excessive ambition and insatiable greed. I saw my state being destroyed by a tiny clique of renegades. I advise His Excellency the Governor to rise to the challenge of leadership and take responsibility for his government.
This is because, in the end, only the governor takes all the glory for what is done right and the blame for what is done wrong. In general, I balanced everything, brought everything to mind and decided to leave, taking effect at 23:59 on December 31, 2020.
Thanks again to everyone and be blessed. We will meet again at a higher level. HAPPY NEW YEAR to all of us.
Christian K. Madubuko, Ph.D.
Source: – Daily Post