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We stand on Rivers interest first, says Gov Fubara

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Rivers State Governor Siminalayi Fubara has said that his government will continue to prioritise the interest of the people of the state under the mantra: ‘Rivers First’.

Fubara said this during the praise night organised on Friday, May 31st by the state government to mark his first year in office, in Port Harcourt.

The governor, represented by Prof. Ngozi Odu, his deputy, solicited the support of the people, in moving the state forward.

He asked the people to continue to contribute their quota to assist the administration in achieving its vision of advancing the fortunes of the state.

Fubara prayed that God would continue to move mountains on the path of the state, and make it better.

He noted with happiness the spiritual ministrations and prophetic declarations by artists during the event.

The governor said that they were manifestations of the victory that God had sealed in the state.

“We shall continue to have this shared vision of putting Rivers state first, but we can’t do it alone.

‘’We need all of you, big and small, to be there for us, to chip in the little or the much you can, and at the end of this our first tenure, you will see where God will take Rivers state to.”

He appreciated everyone who graced the occasion, especially the artists, for the performances which included singing and dancing.

He said, ‘’I think there were spiritual ministrations that they have made, and they have also made prophetic declarations that we all said amen to.”

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the event entertained praise and worship songs in thanking God for the first year of Fubara.

Among the dignitaries who graced the occasion were Fuhara’s wife, Lady Valarie Fubara; former Governor Peter Odili and his wife, retired Justice Mary Odili; and Rivers State Chief Judge, Justice Simeon Amadi. (NAN)

 

 

 

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