GOVERNOR FUBARA PRIORITIZING PRUDENT ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES

It was N.Chandrabadu Naibu an India politician and opposition leader, who said;

“People always want welfare development and good governance. As long as you are delivering people are with you.”

We’ve been watching with keen observation how His Excellency Sir Siminalayi Fubara, GSSRS, FNIM, FCNA, administration have prioritized good governance, prudent allocation of resources and accountability as it’s hallmark. Growth and development have been the focal point of this tenure, in the midst of Predecessor Induce Turbulence ((PIT). A turbulence which if not for the sterling leadership qualities of Sir Siminalayi, would have crashed the progress made in Rivers State and retarded our advancement.

Been convinced by the good works of this dispensation, Rivers State is on it flight to a place of fabulous wealth and opportunities. The welfare of the people has been prioritised above brick and mortar for the legacy of Governance is to ensures effectiveness, and accountability for the best interests of all, and not to patronize the caprice and whim of any group of individuals under any disguise. And ensuring ethical processes that adhere to the Rule of law and integrity to stand up to scrutiny.

Yesterday was the flag off of the historic Trans Kalabari road which stretch from Rumuolumeni to Bakana and Tombia. An ambitious project that will boost transportation links among Kalabari Communities. A lifelong infrastructure that will uplift the local economy, insure Communities Social Integration and showcase the tourism Potentials of the terrain.

Today it was the commissioning of the 21.449KM Egbeda internal road, an alternative passage in the heart of Ikwerre communities with a direct link to Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area. A project that will give a free flow of movement from Port Harcourt to ONELGA in less than an hour, open up interior markets and boost subsistence farmers income.

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