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Governor Sim Fubara boasts infrastructure success in Rivers State, challenges Wike



Rivers State infrastructure: Fubara challenges Wike

Governor Sim Fubara of Rivers State has declared that his administration has achieved significant strides in infrastructure development since assuming office a year ago.

Speaking in Ngo Town during the inauguration of the Andoni section of the Ogoni-Andoni-Opobo Unity Road project, Fubara asserted that his government has surpassed the project execution records of his predecessor, Nyesom Wike, who served for eight years.

Fubara highlighted the progress made under his leadership, promising that his administration will continue to prioritize and deliver more infrastructural projects across the state.

“Like I said the other day, we just started. We started about three or four months ago, but I am very happy that if we have to assess ourselves within those three months, we have done better than people who stayed for eight years. I stand to be challenged,” Fubara stated.

The governor’s remarks come amidst ongoing tensions with the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, which have been simmering since Fubara took office. Earlier in the week, Fubara confidently claimed to have overcome his political adversaries, asserting that they now “sleep with their eyes open and restless.”

Fubara’s comments reflect his administration’s commitment to rapid development and his readiness to face any challenges or opposition in his efforts to transform Rivers State’s infrastructure.

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