The Edo State Commissioner for Environment and Sustainability, Mrs Omoua Oni-Okpaku, has resigned her appointment with the state government.
Oni-Okpaku resigned a little over one month after former Commissioner for Communication and Orientation, Paul Ohonbamu, also threw in the towel.
Though Oni-Okpaku’s resignation had not been made public as at the time of filing this report, her Personal Assistant confirmed the development.
She however declined to give reasons for Oni-Okpaku’s action.
Obaseki’s former Chief of Staff, Chief Taiwo Akerele, also resigned in April, citing alleged inconsistencies in Edo Government.