Gov. Bello’s Chief Press Secretary, Petra Oyegbule Reportedly Resigns

Mrs Petra Akiti Oyegbule

Mrs Petra Akiti Oyegbule, the Chief Press Secretary to the Kogi State Governor,Yahaya Bello has reportedly resigned her position.

A source close to the State Government house confirmed the resignation of Petra to DAILY POST correspondent in Lokoja, the Kogi capital, on Monday.

The source said the government will soon release a statement to the effect.

Mrs Petra Akiti Oyegbule, the Chief Press Secretary to the Kogi State Governor, has reportedly resigned her position. A source close to the State Government house confirmed the resignation of Petra to DAILY POST correspondent in Lokoja, the Kogi capital, on Monday.

The source said the government will soon release a statement to the effect. Details of her resignation is still sketchy as at the time of filing this report.

Efforts by a reporter to confirm the story from Mrs Oyegbule proved abortive as calls to her phone rang out.

The development is coming less than a month after the Senior Special Assistant to governor Bello on New Media, Joel Odaudu, also resigned from the cabinet of the new direction government in Kogi State.

On her Facebook page, Petra had earlier wrote, “I watched Ellen DeGeneres special on Netflix. It’s titled RELATABLE”, adding that, “whatever fear we feel which cages us, we have to muster enough courage to confront it and conquer it. Relatable, no? I found it very relatable. Confront and conquer your fears. I will do mine”.

Meanwhile, an insider has told a reporter that armed mobile policemen numbering about six were seen entering the house of the former CPS on Monday morning but their mission is still unknown as at press time.

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