The media spokesman of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Mr. Daniel Alabrah, has resigned his appointment citing “irreconcilable differences, inexplicable antagonism and attack on his dignity and self-esteem” among other reasons for quitting.

Alabrah stated this in a statement Tuesday which he said consultants in the PAP office were being owed four months’ salary arrears, a situation, he said, has brought severe hardship on the staff.

He explained that following recent developments in the office, the work environment was no longer conducive for the performance of his duties.
“Following recent developments in the office and due to irreconcilable differences with the Chief of Staff, I have reached the unmistaken conclusion that the work environment is no longer conducive for the performance of my duties,” he said.
Alabrah, a former deputy editor in The Sun Newspapers, was appointed head of media of PAP on June 4, 2012.

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