BREAKING: Rivers Governor, Fubara, Speaks on Political Crisis, Extends Olive Branch to Critics

Rivers State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara, has addressed the ongoing political crisis in the state, revealing that he has been publicly abused by Local Government Chairmen, but he bears no grudge. In a statement, Governor Fubara said, “I am the only Governor in the Federation where Local Government Chairmen come out publicly to abuse me, but I take it in stride and wish them well.”...CONTINUE READING THE ARTICLE FROM THE SOURCE

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He attributed his emergence as Governor to divine providence, saying, “Even if it was a mistake, by the special grace of God, I am here today. God doesn’t make mistakes.”

Governor Fubara extended an olive branch to his critics, urging them to continue their efforts, saying, “Let them continue to make mistakes.”

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His statement has sparked mixed reactions, with some praising his calm demeanor and others criticizing his perceived lack of decisive action in addressing the political crisis.

The political landscape in Rivers State remains tense, but Governor Fubara’s words have introduced a note of hope for reconciliation and peaceful resolution.