Governor Fubara Stands Strong
Governor Siminalayi Fubara of Rivers State wants everyone to know that he is not worried about any impeachment move against him. He firmly believes that he has done nothing wrong to deserve being impeached by the Rivers State House of Assembly.
Speaking to his supporters at the Assembly Complex in Port Harcourt, Governor Fubara assured the people of the state that they will continue to receive the benefits of democracy. He challenged his critics to come forward and explain to the people of Rivers what he has done to deserve impeachment. Governor Fubara also promised to address the press at the right time.
There have been reports of a possible impeachment process against Governor Fubara after the removal of Edison Ehie as the House leader. The situation in the House became chaotic, with members running for safety as tear gas was fired outside the Complex. In conclusion, Governor Fubara remains confident in his innocence and promises to keep working for the people of Rivers State. He believes that the truth will prevail and that he will continue to serve his constituents with dedication and commitment.