Rivers State Is Safe Under Governor Fubara’s Leadership – Ihunwo

Rivers State Is Safe Under Governor Fubara’s Leadership – Ihunwo

In a show of unwavering support for the Executive Governor of Rivers State, Sir Siminalayi Fubara, the Chairman of the National Youth Council of Nigeria, Rivers State Chapter and South-South zone, Amb Ihunwo Chijioke, declared that Rivers State is safe under the leadership of Governor Fubara. This proclamation came during a solidarity meeting held by the residents of ward thirteen Rumuola in Obio-Akpor local government area.

Chijioke praised Governor Fubara’s leadership, emphasizing the state’s safety under his capable hands, attributing it to divine wisdom and managerial acumen. He questioned the motives behind attempts to remove the governor, asserting that the people of Rivers State elected him, and no individual has the right to unseat him.

Rumuola women turn out en masse to show support for Gov. Fubara

“Rivers State is in safe hands. The Governor of Rivers State, His Excellency Sir Siminalayi Fubara was voted by Rivers people, and no one individual can remove him from office,” Chairman Chijioke declared.

He criticized the elders of Obio-Akpor for what he described as a lack of equitable wealth distribution during their eight-year tenure, and he remained resolute in his support for Governor Fubara, despite facing threats on his life.

Rumuola youths during a solidarity meeting in support of Gov. Fubara

“In our local government, the elders don’t want the young ones to grow. They decide who becomes what, but this time we will change the narrative. We are not afraid of their threats,” Chijioke stated.

Mr Chairman urged the people to unite against those attempting to hijack the resources of Rivers State. He likened the movement to EndSars and called for a collective effort to liberate the local government.

Former Chairman of Obio-Akpor local government Council, Hon. Solomon Abel Eke, expressed gratitude to Amb. Chijioke Ihunwo and Rt. Hon. Ehie Edison for their efforts in preventing the impeachment of Governor Fubara. Additionally, Hon. Darlington Orji sought forgiveness for derogatory remarks made against the governor, attributing it to drug influence.

Hon. Jonathan Emeka, leader of Sim People’s Network (SPN), affirmed the continuous support of both indigenes and non-indigenes for Governor Fubara in the ward, regardless of circumstances.

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