Rivers: We are no longer doing party, we’re on a movement – Fubara

Governor Sim Fubara of Rivers State has declared that the state under his watch is not leaning on party affiliation but on a revolutionary movement of remaining consistent with the truth.


He spoke while receiving the Senate Committee on Privatisation and Commercialisation, led by the Chairman, Senator Orji Uzor Kalu, in Port Harcourt, the state capital.


The governor said he will not be distracted by the calculated blackmail and sabotage from some quarters against his administration.


He stated that despite being the most abused governor in the entire the country, he had deliberately tolerated such invectives to remain focused on the delivery of democratic dividends in the state, noting that those plotting to instigate crisis in the state will fail.


According to Fubara: “In our state today we are no longer doing party. We are doing a movement, so you don’t blame me if I don’t go to the side of party too much.


“The party has failed us here, so what we are doing here is to stand with our two legs on the soil of Rivers State, so that we can defend democracy.”

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