Project, Service Delivery Won’t Be Politicised – Fubara

Embrace Peace, Rivers Critical To Niger Delta, Ijaw Youths Tell Politicians

Rivers State Governor Siminalayi Fubara has said the delivery of development projects and social services by his administration would not be politicised because they are geared towards solving pertinent needs faced by people of the state.

He said while every human and societal challenge cannot be solved in one swoop, every promise made would be fulfilled within available resources and delivered on schedule.

Fubara spoke yesterday at the inauguration of the dualised Omoku-Egbema road which took place at De Masters Hotel Junction, Obrikom Road in Omoku, headquarters of Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni local government area of the state.

The governor said; “When the project was added to the list of projects to mark our one year in office, there was a challenge, but the contractor assured of delivering it, which is a reality today.

“We are here to tell our people that they are the most important thing to us. We are here to assure you that every part of this State will have positive impact of our administration. 

“We can make bold to say that today, a project that was impossible in the past was made possible by this administration.

“If within this short period we could deliver this to our people who were yearning for this road, crying and complaining, it is a sign that this Government has the interest of the people of Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni local government area at heart.

“So, I want to assure you: don’t let anybody deceive you anywhere. This is the right boat to join. The captain of this boat, his own mantra is ‘The People First’. So, I assure you, with your support, the sky is our beginning.”

He added that it would be improper for him not to appreciate the people of Onelga because the campaigns leading his election started in the area where their support was solicited.

The governor noted that they lived up to that commitment of giving electoral support, giving the required votes that enabled his team to be where they are today in government.




Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.