The Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to Governor of Rivers, Mr Opunabo Inko-Tariah, has resigned from the position.

Tariah, in a resignation letter to the governor on Friday, said unfolding developments in the State indicated that his services were no longer needed.

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He said that throughout his service as Media Adviser, he did not threaten any journalist or policeman.

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“However, with unfolding developments, it is irrefragable that my services are no longer needed.’’

He thanked the governor for giving him the opportunity to serve him and the state as a Special Adviser.

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Tariah wished the governor God`s guidance and blessings “as I exit your government.’’

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the governor has not responded the Tariah`s resignation.