In a proactive response to the removal of fuel subsidy and its subsequent impact on the citizens, the Executive Governor of Rivers State, Sir Siminalyi Fubara has embarked on a transformative initiative. This is born out of his decision to release palliative buses, to alleviate the difficulties faced by the people in accessing essential services. This decisive action demonstrates the commitment of the state leadership towards ensuring a just and fair society for all residents.
The removal of fuel subsidy can have far-reaching consequences on the lives of citizens. It often leads to transportation challenges, hindering access to vital goods and services. The Rivers state Governor has empathetically acknowledged the hardships faced by the people and has promptly taken steps to address their needs through the provision of palliative buses.
The Governor understands the urgency of the situation, so plans are underway to release a fleet of palliative buses. These buses will play a crucial role in bridging the gap caused by the removal of fuel subsidy, ensuring that citizens can access essential services without undue difficulties. This initiative reflects the government’s commitment to not only provide immediate relief but also create a safer and more inclusive environment for all.
This action alone prioritizes the welfare of Rivers people above everything else.
Post Script: The buses in the pictures below are owned by Rivers state Government which the Immediate Past Governor, His Excellency Chief Barr Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, CON GSSRS released in 2017 for free school Bus for students.Follow us on social media