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Patience Jonathan resigns as Bayelsa perm sec
23 October 2014, 16:08
Abuja - First Lady Patience Jonathan has resigned her appointment as a permanent secretary in the Bayelsa State Civil Service, Punch reports.
Patience Jonathan was one of the appointed 17 permanent secretaries in the state civil service in July 2012.
The First Lady was said to have resigned based on the cold relationship between her and the Bayelsa State Governor Seriake Dickson in respect to the second term bid of the governor in 2015 which the First Lady is believed not to be in support with.
It was learnt that the First Lady had preference for the Special Assistant to the President on Domestic Matters, Waripamowei Dudafa.
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