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Governor Diri Replaces Nengi With First-Class Law Graduate As Face Of Bayelsa Girl Child

Governor Douye Diri has allegedly replaced Nengi as the Face of Bayelsa Girl Child.

Bayelsa State Governor, Douye Diri, has announced the appointment of a first-class law graduate, Ebizi Blessing Eradiri, as the new face of Bayelsa Girl.

Governor Diri Replaces Nengi With First-Class Law Graduate As Face Of Bayelsa Girl Child 1

This is coming just two months after a former housemate of the Big Brother Naija, Nengi Rebecca Hampson, was appointed in the same capacity.

Eradiri’s appointment, which took place at Governor Diri’s office in Yenagoa, on Monday, comes after she graduated with a first-class from the Niger Delta University and Nigeria Law School.

Although no reason was given by the governor for the new change but it may not be unconnected to the criticism drawn by the appointment of Nengi.

Reacting to the development on Tuesday, Nengi tweeted, “Congratulations to Barr. Ebizi Eradiri. It’s amazing how you were able to pull that thru!

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“Special thanks to my Governor for also finding her worthy for the honour. It is without doubt that we will both work together to see how we can front for a better welfare for the Girl child.”

KanyiDaily recalls that former BBNaija housemate, Sinclair ‘TrikyTee’ Timmy, was also appointed as a senior special assistant to Governor Douye Diri.

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