Larry Pepple, the chief executive officer of the Rivers State Sustainable Development Agency, RSSDA, has effectively resigned his appointment with the state government effective October 16, 2017.
Recently, staff of the agency protested for non-payment of salaries for over 23 months by the Rivers State government.
Rivers State students on oversea scholarship have also been abandoned for months without end by the Rivers State Government.
The scholarship program, which began under Former Governor Rotimi Amaechi was managed by RSSDA.
A copy of Pepple’s resignation letter, obtained by The Trent and shown below, indicates a laundry list of complaints.
Prior to his appointment as CEO of RSSDA, Larry Pepple was technical adviser of the Presidential Amnesty Programme.
Before then, he had served as chief security officer of Government House, Port Harcourt under former Governor Peter Odili.